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INCAE Updates its Graduates through its Lifelong Learning Program

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Friday, 03 June 2016 15:32

thumb live longTo provide its alumni with continuing education and keep them updated and ahead in their evolving regional environment, INCAE Business School launched this month its Lifelong Learning Program aimed at its network of more than 15,000 graduates. This new program will include special webinars and videos, as well as events in different countries to allow INCAE graduates to share again with colleagues and Faculty members. The objective is to update INCAE's training in line with its graduates' current environment.

Within this context, INCAE will make arrangements for a number of virtual and onsite activities to discuss issues of national and regional interest with INCAE Faculty members, Rector and Deans, as well as other special guests with relevant content to share with the various groups participating.


Talent Fair Offers INCAE MBA Candidates to the Region’s Labor Market

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Friday, 03 June 2016 15:19

thumb feria talentoThe 2016 Professional Talent Fair held on February 22 and 23 on the campus of INCAE in Costa Rica brought together nearly 200 INCAE students dressed in formal attire at the Luis Poma Forum to meet representatives of Latin American and global companies recruiting there. The Professional Talent Fair, the largest recruitment event held by INCAE, is a job fair designed exclusively for INCAE MBA students which seeks not only to provide graduates with jobs but also to bring them into leadership positions at renowned companies.

The Fair gathered representatives of 67 business firms, 41 physically and 26 remotely, including companies such as Cargill, Amazon, Citi Share Services, BizCorp, Microsoft, Mastercard, McKinsey & Company, BAC Credomatic and L'Oreal, to offer jobs to INCAE's MBA candidates.


INCAE / CLACDS and SPI form a strategic alliance to promote social progress in Mesoamerica

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Friday, 03 June 2016 14:41

thumb alianza CLACDSThe Social Progress Imperative defines social progress as a country's ability to meet the basic needs of its people, build the infrastructure and mechanisms required to improve the quality of life of its citizens and communities, and create an enabling environment giving all citizens an opportunity to reach their full potential. On the other hand, the mission of INCAE Business School is to promote the comprehensive development of the countries served. For this reason, INCAE –through its think tank CLACDS– has reached an agreement with the Social Progress Imperative (SPI) in order to implement a regional program to disseminate the fundamentals and applications of the Social Progress Index in Mesoamerica.


INCAE MBA's Program Ranks First in Latin America According to CNN Expansion

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Friday, 03 June 2016 14:27

thumb RANKING-CNNINCAE continues at the forefront of the region in terms of global rankings. According to CNN Expansion’s 2016 Ranking "Top MBA Programs in Mexico and the World" INCAE occupies the first position in Latin America. In a run of good news for INCAE’s MBA Program, this builds on this year’s Financial Times Global MBA Ranking, which placed INCAE as the top business school in Central and South America.

INCAE's teaching quality and multiculturalism of both Faculty members and students are among the key factors helping place it in this position. INCAE ranks 26th worldwide in terms of percentage of Faculty members with Ph. D. degrees and also in terms of foreign students.


INCAE presented its new corporate strategy in Panama

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Friday, 03 June 2016 13:55

thumb panamaTimes change and INCAE cannot be oblivious to the new directions business in the region is taking. That is why it has renewed its corporate strategy, formed new partnerships, and launched new projects which it presented in Panama to its network of graduates and friends. The event was held on March 31st at the Bristol Hotel in Panama City and was attended by the Chairman of the National INCAE Committee Diego Herrera, INCAE Associate Director of Executive Education María Balbás, and the Rector of INCAE, Enrique Bolaños.


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