Since 2000, this inter-institutional project has been promoting and facilitating student mobility.
The information age brought access to data allowing significant advances in various fields, as well as great challenges regarding the reliability and timeliness of information.
The recognition has been awarded by “AMBA,” an agency that accredits MBA programs at the international level.
The Externado School of Management invites 10th, 11th, and 12th-grade students, or recent high school graduates interested in studying Business Administration or related fields, to participate in this certified training program.
A promoter is a University undergraduate student characterized by his/her sense of belonging, communication skills, leadership, and commitment.
As part of its activities to promote international education, the School of Management invites to participate in this Call.
Students experienced a week of executive education, focused on what companies in the world currently seek according to the development and evolution of the environment.
The International Business with Social Impact in Emerging Markets (BSIEM) program will begin Monday, October 29, 2018. The program is the first in Colombia, carried out in three countries: Colombia, Brazil, and India.
Currently, students are preparing for the Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification offered by the Project Management Institute (PMI). The “Privilegios” (Privileges) program is assisting in their training.