We ratify the enormous impact of our Executive Education in Latin America
In September we confirmed, with numbers, the enormous impact that our Executive Education programs have. Just on one day this month, Wednesday the 11th, a total of 875 people received classes from one of our teachers and they were part of the INCAE Experience.
This incredible number demonstrates how our master's degrees, executive training programs, and corporate programs collaborate with the formation of leaders that Latin America needs and they drive us to fulfill our mission of helping the development of the entire region.
In short executive training programs, we started the month with an unprecedented international experience: the first edition of the program The 'DNA' of German Companies.
The campus of Mannheim Business SchoolIn Germany, it received 32 participants of different nationalities, who from September 2 to 5 immersed themselves in a deep knowledge of the functioning of the economy of that European country and the best practices of their companies.
In Costa Rica, and also on September 2, our Certification in Executive Coaching began its second edition of 2019, with a total of 38 participants. Professors Patricia Cauqui and Alfonso Medina taught the first of the two modules of the program, which provides double accreditation INCAE - ACSTH of the International Coach Federation.
Towards the middle of the month, from September 16 to 21, 31 participants of our Finance Specialization they had a pleasant experience in Lima, Peru. There they received the Advanced Finance module, where they learned modern techniques and tools for financial analysis and strategic decision making.
And we close the month with the second module of the Diploma in Business Administration for Lawyers - DANA, held at the Walter Kissling Gam campus, with a total of 20 participants.
In our Corporate Programs, the month began with the Governance and Financial Inclusion Workshop, which brought together 45 participants in Costa Rica, during several days of long learning, in a program financed by the IDB, the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC.
Our campus in Costa Rica also received module I of the program Corporate Business Management31 collaborators from the company CBC, from Guatemala, participated in it.
In addition, in the first days of the month, our professors Héctor Martínez, Andrea Prado and Rocío Pastor participated as a Faculty in the program Managerial Trust (in El Salvador), the program SEP Global: Transforming and Developing New Solutions in Global Health (in Kenya) and in the IV Latam Forum on Talent Management and Intellectual Capital, in Panama, respectively.
In the area of executive masters, the big news of September was the welcome to a new generation of our Executive Master in Finance. Full of pride, on the 9th of this month, we received in Costa Rica the 24 students who will live a transformative experience for 10 months hand in hand with our experienced Faculty and, of course, with our international ally Darden School of Business.
A week before, we started with the 23 students of our Executive Master in Marketing & Digital Transformation, who received in Costa Rica the first week of module 3 of this part-time master's degree taught in collaboration with Harvard Business School Online.
For their part, from September 9 to 14, the 53 students of the EMBA 2020-I they lived in Costa Rica the fourth module of their master's degree, for a week that included business simulations led by professors Luis López and Roy Zúñiga.
A week later, from September 16 to 20, it was the turn of the 55 students of our EMBA 2019-II, who lived a first-rate international experience on the campus of ESADE Business School, in Madrid.
That same week, the 25 students of the Executive Master in Business Analytics They started module 4 of their executive master's degree in Costa Rica. There were six days of great learning, which will serve as preparation for the closing of the module, on October 14, at the campus of ESCP Europe School of Business, in Paris.