After an intensive week of classes and different experiences in the field, the second version of the “Building Peace Over War” course concluded with a moving ceremony at the Casa Externadista, attended by students, professors, and members of the Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty.
The Masters in Social Responsibility and Sustainability program of the of Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty, presented two new publications within the framework of the Case Studies Bank, created with the Colombian Network of the United Nations Global Compact and the Association of Family and Business Foundations (AFE).
Sara Rodríguez, Alejandro Daly, and Alejandra Montañez worked with Professor Irene Cabrera in the presentation of an academic research that had its origins in a work for the course “Policy and border relations.”
The Exchange Program allows our students to participate in the UCL Global Management Summer School and offers UCL students the opportunity to learn, at our House of Studies, about the political and economic context of Latin America.
In light of the new opportunities offered by the sports industry in Colombia, the Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty proposes a discussion meeting with sports administrators and experts in the field, to discuss how to innovate Sports Management.
Do you have plans for the week of school break? Come and share some fun time with us. Register for the second version of the Externado Finance, Government and International Relations Fall Course.
The Virtual Information Sessions are spaces for open dialogue where the programs’ academic coordinators present all relevant information.
The talk will be offered by Juan Diego Alzate, an expert in international business executive training, strategic planning, and business modeling. He aims to offer a state of the art vision on strategic design for companies.
As pointed out in the meeting ” International Organizations, the use of force, and International Law,” held by the Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty Graduate Programs Department, in urban environments of countries, such as Colombia, there exist violence situations which, despite not constituting an armed conflict, their complexity represents a humanitarian challenge.
The Finance, Government and International Relations Faculty invites all interested to this conference seeking to understand the logic, challenges, and opportunities of the Blockchain system.