To contribute to the sustainable development of organizations through the formation of socially responsible leaders inspired by ethical principles, Christian values, and the creation of knowledge for the benefit of our stakeholders. To develop a strategic, global and holistic vision of business in our graduate students through an effective learning experience. This process will facilitate the acquisition of knowledge, managerial skills, an entrepreneurial spirit, and best practices in business, thus permitting our graduates to lead their organizations towards global competitiveness, making us an important agent of change in society.
To continue being recognized as the leading business school in Peru, and to be ranked among the top 50 worldwide before 2024. To be a globally benchmarked organization for the high quality of the education it provides, for its excellence in research, for the values instilled in our students, and for our contribution to the development of ethical managerial practices throughout society.
- Search for the truth.
- Respect for the dignity of the individual.
- Social responsibility and commitment to continuous improvement.
PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBILITY IN EDUCATION
In line with this, in 2008 we signed the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), guidelines that academic institutions accept voluntarily to promote corporate social responsibility and incorporate universal values into the curricula. Thus:
- We are one of the first 100 PRME signatory schools in the world.
- We are the only signatory in Peru and one of five in Latin America.
- We guide our efforts towards continuous improvement of our curriculum.
- We encourage research aimed at issues of corporate citizenship and sustainability.
Look at our welcome letter
Look at our document of acceptance.
The PRME were established by the United Nations Global Compact, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program, the European Academy for Business in Society (EABIS), the Globally Responsible leadership Initiative (GRLI) and the Net Impact, all entities that are leaders in business education.