During October, 18 students from 2nd year left the campus to visit 6 different countries, Germany, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, USA and Spain, and be part of Global Network Week, event organized by the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM).
Other than the technical skills learned during the MBA, graduates have said that the experience in itself was the most enriching aspect of the MBA. The connections created with fellow classmates are unbeatable and learning and engaging beyond the classroom is crucial. There are three key things that add value to your MBA.
One: extra curricular activities. They are great for releasing stress, learning new hobbies and students can also apply the principles learned in class.
Professor Juan Carlos Barahona is from Costa Rica. He obtained his Ph.D in Media, Arts and Sciences from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also has an MBA from INCAE Business School and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with emphasis on computer science from Universidad Internacional de las Américas, Costa Rica.