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Latin American entrepreneurs participated in a workshop designed to help them scale project impact

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Tuesday, 16 February 2016 15:02

thumb TE2015A major challenge faced by entrepreneurs is knowing how to scale their businesses and increase their impact, and this is especially true when it comes to social entrepreneurs. With this in mind, the 2015 Workshop for Social Entrepreneurs was held at INCAE Costa Rica on November 15 – 21, 2015. Topics covered included sustainability, organizational strategy, group relationships, impact measurement, and regional strategies.


INCAE graduated its first students in the new Global EMBA Program

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Tuesday, 16 February 2016 14:22

thumb BToday at the INCAE Campus in Nicaragua everyone got dressed up to receive students and their families for a very exciting day which marks a turning point for our business school. The graduation ceremony for Global EMBA 2015 was held, with the first students from INCAE's EMBA who had the opportunity to take courses at such diverse places as Boston (with the support of Harvard and MIT), ESADE in Spain, and Cheung Kong in China, in addition to South America, Nicaragua and Costa Rica.


Financial Times ranks INCAE the best MBA in Central and South America

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Tuesday, 26 January 2016 13:06

MBA INCAE #1 in Financial TimesThe prestigious international publication, The Financial Times published their "Global MBA Ranking 2016" today classifying INCAE's MBA as the best in Central and South America. In the Salary Increase category INCAE's program was positioned 6th in the world, with an increase of 145% after the MBA. The school was also rated in the top 15 in the world in three other categories: Value for Money, International Course Experience and Career Progression.

In Value for Money, INCAE was rated number 11 in the world, one place behind INSEAD, this year's overall winner. This criteria calculated the return on investment of the program; measuring the average salary 3 years after graduation less the tuition cost and other expenses, and takes into consideration the length of the program. The great opportunities available to students after graduation, means that an investment in the INCAE MBA, makes sense.


INCAE celebrates the legacy of Carlos F. Pellas and 10 years of his scholarship fund

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Monday, 11 January 2016 00:00

thumb EBF-1We all would like to leave an inspirational legacy behind us. We hope our efforts to make a difference will have a positive influence and bring about change for the better. At INCAE, this is just the case with Carlos F. Pellas, a great friend and supporter of INCAE for many years, who created the scholarship fund that bears his name.

On Friday January 8 INCAE paid tribute to Carlos Pellas for his support in training over 200 Central American students who in the last ten years obtained their MBAs thanks to the Carlos F. Pellas Scholarship Fund.


NYU students take week-long sustainable business course at INCAE

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Saturday, 09 January 2016 00:00

thumb Foto NYThirty-five students from New York University arrived in the Walter Kissling Gam campus of INCAE to take a crash course in January 4 – 7, 2016. They came to see how business is done in Costa Rica, learn about sustainable business from the region's leader, explore the opportunities and challenges faced by companies operating in Central America and experience the differences found when doing business in other countries of the world.


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