INCAE among the Top 50 Schools in the Financial Times’ Global Executive Education Ranking
Lunes 13 de Mayo de 2013 00:00
INCAE, May 13, 2013. INCAE Business School has been ranked among the Top 50 business schools in the world offering Executive Education, according to the international ranking by the Financial Times published today.
INCAE was ranked number 47 for its international students and clients, as well as its faculty diversity.
According to the ranking's criteria, INCAE is number six in the world for international clients, number eight for international students and number 15 for faculty diversity.
INCAE, Latin America’s Best Business School According to the America Economia Ranking
Jueves 09 de Mayo de 2013 00:00
INCAE, May 9, 2013. INCAE Business School has once again been ranked as the Best Business School in Latin America, according to the 2013 MBA list published by the America Economia magazine today.
INCAE had the best combination of academic faculty, production and dissemination of knowledge, creation of global academic links (network power) and internationalization. These four criteria have been included in the study conducted by América Economía Intelligence for the past 17 years.
INCAE, founded in 1964 as a regional school with campuses in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, surpassed Universidad Adolfo Ibánez (UAI) in Chile, which was ranked second, and the Mexican ITAM, ranked third.
Obama Congratulates INCAE Business School as it Celebrates 50th Year
Lunes 06 de Mayo de 2013 14:29
INCAE, May 6, 2013. Recommendations developed by Central America's public and private sector leaders for addressing several of the region's challenges were presented by INCAE Business School President Arturo Condo to U.S. President Barack Obama and Costa Rica and SICA President Laura Chinchilla as part of the Central America Forum, which concluded Saturday in San Jose, Costa Rica. Panama President Ricardo Martinelli and Guatemala President Otto Perez, both INCAE graduates, also attended the Forum.
In addition, Presidents Obama and Chinchilla answered questions about the Forum's topics of energy, logistical integration and inclusive economic growth and development from audience members. Over the two-day meeting, more than 200 private sector and civil society leaders from Central America, Mexico and the Dominican Republic participated in break-out sessions that addressed these topics and served as forums for development of the recommendations.
President Obama, who pointed out Martinelli and Perez's ties to INCAE, congratulated INCAE for its accomplishments. Building on this and INCAE's founding with President John F. Kennedy's involvement, Obama said at the Forum, "President Kennedy visited 50 years ago and I think recognized at that time the enormous potential for the private sector as a critical ingredient in progress and development for the hemisphere as a whole. When you combined good government with a thriving free market, it was an extraordinary recipe for opportunity for all people. And for me to be able to visit 50 years later and to see how much progress has been made both in the region and in the ties between the United States and Central America, I think this indicates that President Kennedy's vision was sound. It also speaks to the importance of us continuing to build these kinds of networks and relationships for the future."
For President Condo, the most visible and important conclusion from this forum was a solid consensus that this process is not about miles per hour for transporting goods or billions of dollars in energy investments. "It's about creating a different and better future for our people in a truly integrated region. We must act quickly with private sector, public sector and civil society all working together," Condo said.
INCAE Workshop on Strategic Leadership and Critical Thinking, for IDB Functionaries
Martes 30 de Abril de 2013 00:00
INCAE, April 30, 2013. Yesterday, the workshop, "Strategic Leadership and Critical Thinking: Concepts and Skills," began for twenty-five functionaries from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) at the INCAE Business School. It will conclude on May 2nd.
The training is taking place at the Walter Kissling Gam campus in Costa Rica, and participants include the IDB's heads of operations for Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States.
Second Issue of the INCAE Alumni Magazine is out!
Lunes 29 de Abril de 2013 00:00
INCAE, April 29, 2012. The second issue of the INCAE Business School's Alumni Magazine is now available, and can also be read at: http://www.incae.edu/es/alumni-relations-graduados/alumni-magazine-2013.php.
This issue, along with the first one and future issues, are dedicated to former students whose work and leadership have influenced and inspired many, according to Sandra Granizo, Director of Alumni Relations.
The work of ten Incaistas who work in Colombia is highlighted in this issue: Jorge Hernández, Carlos Ayala, Álvaro Salcedo, Reynaldo González, Ignacio Segares, Fabricio Ponce, Carolina Trejos, Jorge Yanes, Victoria Revelo and Jaime Roldán.
- Roberto Artavia panelist at World Economic Forum on Latin America
- 33 Professionals attend INCAE’s Open House in Costa Rica
- INCAE President at World Economic Forum on Latin America
- INCAE Nicaragua Celebrates Distinguished Incaistas and Pan-American Festival
- Arturo Cruz speaks about Risks to Democratic Institutionality in Central America
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