N°1 IN PERU

  • Get an MBA and a Diploma in Data Analytics
  • Strike the balance between your professional growth and your personal development


Welcome to the CENTRUM MBA and Diploma of Specialization in Data Analytics, where management skills are integrated with innovative content that will help you achieve the balance between your professional growth and your personal development. The first MBA with a humanist focus in Peru. Organizations today need innovative, inclusive, scalable, technology-focused, social-impact solutions. It reinforces the global vision and leadership, in combination with the use of technologies, issues relevant to the manager of the future.

The Specialization Diploma in Data Analytics will allow you to acquire contemporary and innovative skills to effectively manage the data of the organization, which will allow you to drive innovation, improve decision-making and take a competitive advantage in a constantly changing environment. This Diploma seeks to enable participants to apply methods and tools for the collection, storage, analysis and interpretation of data, in order to generate knowledge.

The Specialization Diploma in Data Analytics will allow you to acquire contemporary and innovative skills to effectively manage the data of the organization, which will allow you to drive innovation, improve decision-making and take a competitive advantage in a constantly changing environment. This Diploma seeks to enable participants to apply methods and tools for the collection, storage, analysis and interpretation of data, in order to generate knowledge.

SCHEDULES

STARTING

 

INVESTMENT

WEEKLY 20 school months
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 07:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Intensive week: September 27 to October 02, 2021 (9:00 AM - 5:30 PM)
Dec 2020

GRADES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • The program grants Master Degree, 1 Diploma and 2 Certifications: Master Degree in Strategic Business Administration, issued by the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
  • Diploma of Specialization in Data Analytics, issued by the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
  • “Leadership in Action” Diploma, issued by CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP.
  • “The Accountable Manager” Diploma, issued by LHH-DBM Peru.

WHY TAKE THE MBA CENTRUM?

  • Better career development opportunities.
  • Better working conditions and / or start new businesses.
  • Better remunerative income.
  • Network of contacts of excellent academic and professional level.
  • New skills and useful knowledge in their fields of action.
  • First class education by very high quality teachers.

LOCACIÓN

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú Campus, San Miguel

WHO IS INTENDED FOR?

Executives and professionals from different areas who work as business intelligence analysts, data analytics project managers, consultants, technical managers, business managers, as well as people who is interested in deepening their knowledge and applying data science techniques that allow them to make better business decisions to compete in today’s job market.

CONTACT US

Rosa María Rodríguez-Cadilla
626 7104 – 997 360 622
rrodriguezcadilla@pucp.pe

Escarli Barbieri
626 7108 – 985 045 219
ebarbieri@pucp.edu.pe

Giovanna Foullman
626 7105 – 992 270 918
gfoullman@pucp.edu.pe

Mariana Salmon
626 7102 – 999 142 065
msalmon@pucp.edu.pe

ACADEMIC DEGREE AND DIPLOMAS

The program grants a Master’s Degree and 3 Diplomas

Master’s Degree in Strategic Business Administration
Diploma of Specialization in Data Analytics Peru.
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
“Leadership in Action” Diploma
Center for Creative Leadership
“The Accountable Manager” Diploma
LHH-DBM Perú

 

MORE ADVANTAGES

  • Belong to the only business school in Peru with four global academic quality accreditations, part of less than 1% of accredited schools in the world.
  • Access to job offers and fairs.
  • Possibility to become a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the most important honorary society of students, graduates and professors in the world.
  • Option to publish your undergraduate thesis, to be highlighted, as a case study, article or book.
  • Belong to the network of most outstanding professionals in Latin America.
  • You will be guided by teachers of the highest academic level, proven professional experience.
  • Options to Consecutive Double Degree at EADA Business School, Maastricht School of Management, Tulane University or Université Laval.
  • You will participate in pre-Educational courses at the beginning of the program
  • DEVELOP ME platform: With the aim of developing the career and employability of its students, CENTRUM PUCP in partnership with LHH DBM put at their disposal, the DEVELOP ME platform, a powerful tool that will help manage their professional development.

CENTRUM MBA COURSES

CENTRUM’s MBA is distinguished by a competence-based formation, as a way to assure that our students will develop a competitive and high performance professional profile in the labor market.

CENTRUM PUCP reserves the right to re-schedule the curriculum, the courses and the date of these, following its process of continuing academic improvement or in case of a force majeure.

  • FIRST TERM

    • Responsible Management
      This theoretical-practical course will investigate the attributes and skills of any efficient manager, their roles, and their interaction with the different elements of the organization. Emphasis is placed on the development of skills that will allow the person to perform managerial functions, with a focus on results, taking into account the needs of the various interest groups based on their criticality. The management of time, priorities and stress becomes essential, emphasizing the importance and need for communication, the development of staff and an adequate delegation, in a context of permanent change of the environment, generational and organizational. The concepts of sources of power, their implications in business policy and the management of these are proposed.
    • Management Accounting
      This course is theoretical-practical. The objective of the course is for participants to understand and analyze the concepts and financial accounting as a fundamental element for the control and management decision making. The financial statements are analyzed as follows: Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Profit or Loss, Statement of Changes in Equity, and Statement of Cash Flows. The course also facilitates the understanding of financial transaction principles. Finally, the participant understands the importance of controlling organizational processes through costs.
    • Quantitative Methods for Management
      This course is theoretical-practical. To be competitive, companies must market quality products and services at prices that customers value. However, these objectives are only achieved by designing and implementing highly developed value aggregation processes that in most cases rely on statistical analysis and evaluation. Thus the modern manager should routinely apply his statistical thinking in the design and implementation of solutions. This course will present the necessary tools to transform the data into useful information for decision-making under situations of uncertainty. Emphasis is placed on the development of skills in knowledge, understanding, application, analysis and evaluation of statistical methods that will enable students to improve their ability to think in statistical terms.
    • Managerial Economics
      This course is theoretical-practical. The course focuses on the basic concepts and instruments of economic analysis. Emphasis is placed on supply and demand theories, elasticities, state intervention in markets, production and costs, aggregate market structures, aggregate supply and demand, and economic policy. The emphasis throughout the course is on business applications through case studies.
    • Professional Presentations of High Impact
      This course is theoretical-practical. The executive professional must be able to communicate orally or in writing on a daily basis in his or her work and must be able to interpret texts of various kinds and complexity. This capacity does not arise naturally, but must be developed both practically and theoretically. Therefore, in this course the necessary skills will be developed for the efficient management of oral and written communication. Thus, students will know the resources that will allow them to express themselves in different professional contexts, such as presentations, interviews, memoranda and reports. It will also develop the skills to understand complex texts, especially academic and literary texts
  • SECOND TERM

    • Organizational Behavior
      This course is theoretical-practical. The conduct of the individual, the group and the organization in the work environment is the basis of the performance of any organization. Understanding the fundamental forces that govern such conduct is one of the pillars that allows for the development of highly competitive organizations. It is proposed to analyze the individual from six perspectives: values, competencies, personality, perception, learning and motivation. On the other hand, the constitution of groups, their nature and the decision-making processes at the organizational level will be analyzed, within the framework of concepts such as power, politics, conflicts, teams, leadership and communication. These concepts will eventually be integrated to analyze the influence of behaviors on organizational culture and change, as well as ways to manage it.
    • Personal Development
      This course is theoretical-practical. In an increasingly fast-paced and dynamic world, it is critical that executives have solid roots within them to successfully lead from there. External action must be based on internal solidity so that it is sustainable and transforms the environment, generating genuine human, economic and social development. In this subject the participants will be able to deepen themselves and learn more about some personal characteristics that will help them to be better leaders. It will also be a time for reflection and dialogue on some key elements of integral personal development. At the end of the course, participants will take basic tools that they can apply in their daily lives, both personally and professionally, to grow as integral leaders.
    • Corporate Finance
      This course is theoretical-practical. The course seeks for the participant to recognize the importance of financial management in value creation in organizations. It addresses the following topics: relationship of companies with the financial environment and the importance of their financing through the capital market; analysis and financial planning of companies, importance of the value of money over time in investment-financing decisions and the main criteria that help to decide the acceptance or rejection of investment alternatives.
    • Analytical for Decision Making
      This course is of a theoretical-practical nature. Data analysis and decision-making is the challenge for the new manager. Handling large volumes of data demands a new way of looking at business. Knowing how to interpret data to turn it into useful and valuable information is a key skill for business management in its decision-making processes. This course empowers participants with the skills needed for efficient decision-making based on data analysis. Likewise, data analysis gives the manager the information necessary for understanding and knowledge of your company’s processes for improvement. Through, using different tools to collect, classify, sort, present, make decisions and conclude, participants can transform their analytical skills into competitive advantages.
    • Critical Thinking
      This course is of a theoretical-practical nature. Thinking with property is a basic condition to be effective. Thinking systemically and critically implies a holistic vision and a solidity in the analysis capacity of the arguments, detecting, in addition, possible fallacies and paradoxes. On the other hand, the paradigms developed in the industrial society of the last century, such as thinking mechanically and that the whole can be reduced to the sum of its parts, have proved insufficient to solve contemporary problems. Equally important in today’s world is well-structured thinking and judgment. The purpose of the course is to foster both qualities: critical thinking and systemic thinking, in our daily actions and in decision-making.
  • THIRD TERM

    • Leadership and Management Skills
      This course is theoretical-practical. Based on the understanding of the managerial attributes necessary for effective management, the elusive concept of leadership is analyzed throughout history through models that feedback on the development of societies. Globalization and today’s important challenges influence organizations and society at large in the search for leaders who fit within an imprecise and vaguely defined profile. These concepts will have as a unit of analysis both the individual and the organization, emphasizing the research and development of personal attributes that influence the different styles of leadership. This course will explore the relationship of these attributes in relation to personality, emotional intelligence and critical thinking, and their importance in managing change, multiculturalism, conflict, and the planning and implementation of strategies, among other critical aspects.
    • Advanced Corporate Finance
      This course is theoretical-practical. The objective of financial management is to generate value for its stakeholders and in this course topics are developed that help identify the main variables to consider in the decision-making associated with financial management. The course considers the determination of capital cost (discount rate), estimation (projection) of cash flows, risk analysis through simulations, introduction to corporate valuation and value-based management philosophy.
    • Integrated Operations and Competitiveness
      This course is theoretical-practical. The 21st century presents change as constant, and this represents for many companies the birth of a supply crisis, being not possible to ensure agreements of mutual and sustained benefit with their suppliers and customers. It is necessary to develop new ways to improve the competitive position of the company vis-à-vis its customers, competitors, suppliers and complementary companies, in areas such as outsourcing, subcontracting, vertical integration and collaborative planning. The results of these new learning times, as a product of best procurement practices, have forced to reflect on the competition in business chains and the customer, who is the only one able to put the financial statements in blue, making Operations Management a fundamental process that involves planning, organizing, directing and controlling operations to achieve the company’s objectives with efficiency, effectiveness and productivity.
    • Creative Skills for Business
      This course is theoretical-practical. In an increasingly complex and uncertain environment, decision-makers need to have the capacity to think creatively and come up with innovative solutions. The course allows the participant to understand the ways in which creativity can be developed in a business environment. The approach to the arts is seen as an approach to make creative innovation viable; barriers to creativity and how to overcome them are also identified, and present ways to enhance collaborative creativity through team integration within and outside the organization.
    • Organizational Ethics
      This course is theoretical-practical. Its purpose is to analyze and deepen the ethical problems faced by organizations, through a study of the foundations of ethics and the way in which entities, based on values, they must contribute to the development of the meaning of life in their collaborators and in the linked community. In addition, the course will allow spaces to analyze the relationship between democratic ethics and organizations, and their relationship with the aspects and critical points of business ethics.
  • FOURTH TERM

    • Strategic Direction
      Theoretical and practical course. The strategic direction is the art and science of formulating, implementing, evaluating and controlling decisions, activities and organizational initiatives that allow a company to achieve its objectives, in order to move from a current situation to a desired future situation, that is to a vision, accompanied by the mission and the values that drive it. Strategies require the relevant and timely allocation of the necessary resources, and the proper restructuring of the organization to be able to implement them successfully. The capture of complete information from relevant external elements and from internal capabilities and limitations, feed into a structured, sequential, interactive, multidisciplinary and iterative process, during the planning of strategies leading to sustainable competitive advantages. It will also analyze the irreplaceable importance of leadership, especially during the stages of defining vision, mission and values, and in the selection and implementation of strategies.
    • Marketing Management and Commercial Management
      This course is theoretical-practical. Discussing the importance of the market orientation that every modern organization and the different functional areas must have in order to compete efficiently and create value for the consumer, society and business under a social responsibility approach. Students will be involved in the philosophy of sustainable strategic marketing, the creation of value for the market, the importance of brands, the operational variables of tactical marketing, the importance of commercial management and distribution of products and services in an effective and efficient way, new marketing trends such as socially responsible marketing and digital marketing.
    • Business Law
      This course is theoretical and practical. Organizations operate in an environment in which legal compliance is essential to avoid contingencies or sanctions that tarnish their reputation. The course presents the legal framework, national and supra-national, applicable to the activities of the organizations; this allows the participant to understand the regulations to which the business activity is subject and to comply with them responsibly. Issues such as contract and contract dispute management are also presented.
    • Methodology of Applied Research
      This course is of a theoretical-practical nature. One of the most important competencies in a professional is their ability to make decisions with objective information, which is also generated through research. Therefore, an MBA must be prepared to plan, execute research, include among other methodologies the use of the scientific method (such as identifying, collecting, processing and analysing quantitative and qualitative data to derive conclusions and recommendations related to issues of vital importance for the management and competitive development of enterprises). In addition, every day the business environment concentrates more efforts to prioritize and implement innovation processes that increase productivity and business competitiveness. In this context, it is important to develop research competencies to solve various business problems, capture investment opportunities and manage the knowledge generated in the stages of a company using research.
    • Innovation and Sustainability
      This course is theoretical-practical. Sustainability is intimately related to innovation, as the latter allows the generation of solutions that solve social problems and facilitate entrepreneurship. The course presents various examples of innovations with a social and sustainable approach, and develops the foundations of such innovations; the participants will understand the issues to be addressed for the generation of innovation with a focus on sustainability and thus propose solutions to social problems.
  • FIFTH TERM

    • Disruptive Technological Innovation and New Business Models
      This course is theoretical-practical course. Innovation is a fundamental element in the culture of organizations that wish to overcome the challenges of change in a context marked by the diversity of technologies, extreme competitiveness and cultural plurality resulting from globalization. The Management of Technologies and Innovation becomes a broad responsibility that includes aspects of evaluation of context and characterization of the organization for the creation of new business models for the generation of so-called exponential organizations. Innovation is a facilitator of positive disruptions in its environment, making possible new concepts such as the orange and open economy. Innovation is a facilitator of positive disruptions in its environment, making possible new concepts such as the orange and open economy. Creative innovators are needed, committed to change and developing solutions that are global in scope, visionary, strategic, present and future managers.
    • Innovative and Sustainable Business Entrepreneurship
      This course is theoretical-practical. Entrepreneurship, whether through a new business unit or a new company, is an engine that drives the sustainable growth of organizations, creating competitive advantages that place them in advantageous conditions. The course presents a practical methodology for the identification and evaluation of real business opportunities, differentiating innovative ideas from ideas with little or no exponential development potential. Based on soft methodologies and knowledge acquired in the course, students will develop a scalable business idea that fully identifies the business model, which will serve as a basis and starting point for their ventures.
    • Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance and Compliance
      This course is theoretical-practical. The company’s relationship with its stakeholders is essential to achieving sustained growth in harmony with the environment and society. The strategic implementation of social responsibility requires the knowledge and application of techniques and tools that facilitate this relationship with interest groups and allow them to move from theory to practice with ethical results. Sustainability can be achieved through the creation of shared value, achieving greater results than expected. This is impossible to achieve without proper management of the corporate culture, in an inclusive way as a basis for corporate sustainability, providing capacities to improve ethical performance, prevent fraud through codes of institutional ethics, analyzing situations of current or potential conflicts of interest, a corporate integrity plan and the promotion of leadership for its implementation.
    • Thesis Seminar 1
      The course, of a theoretical-practical nature, aims to provide the participants with skills to execute a final application work, through the accompaniment of an advisor who will provide feedback on how the tools leading to the construction of the thesis document are being applied. At this stage, the student will identify, collect, process and analyze quantitative or qualitative data, in order to reach conclusions and recommendations related to their research, which generate value for management, a more competitive performance by organizations and a contribution to society. The student will present their results in accordance with the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).
  • SIXTH TERM

    • Geopolitics and Global Governance
      This course is theoretical and practical. The business leader, in a globalized world, must have a solid vision of the complexity and diversity of contemporary society in order to know how to act in it and how to take advantage of the opportunities that are presented to him and that are not always directly visible. This course proposes to understand the critical factors that explain social phenomena such as capitalism, the industrial revolution, globalization and the emergence of Asian nations, especially China. In addition, a basic knowledge of the historical and cultural condition of the Peruvian nation will be developed. Also, elements to understand geopolitics in the 21st century will be discussed.
    • International Finance
      This course is of a theoretical-practical nature. The course covers aspects of international financial management, its current importance and future prospects in order to support decision-making in multinational companies in a global and competitive environment. The main international financial markets are analyzed as sources of financing. It reviews the crises and imbalances that occur in global markets and the impact on currencies, interest rates, inflation, corporate flows and value and the economic growth of countries and is understood as hedging risk through derivative instruments (forwards, futures, options and swaps).
    • Marketing and Global Commerce
      This course is theoretical-practical. Knowledge of global marketing is a strategic element to face the growing competition that all companies have that want to internationalize or defend their territory from international competition. It is essential to know in detail the characteristics of the different markets, especially the different cultures, the processes that allow companies to achieve greater competitiveness, design products and services with greater added value adapted to different cultures, targeted at specific segments, supported by effective pricing and communication strategies and supported by efficient logistics systems that include consideration of end-product sourcing
    • Thesis Seminar 2
      This course is Non-teaching and Practical. To graduate in the program, it is necessary to develop, support in public act and approve the thesis work. The development of the research work or master thesis aims to: (a) provide students with the opportunity to get involved in a research and independent thinking project; (b) explore an area of knowledge in depth; (c) apply knowledge acquired during the master program; (d) apply models, concepts, ideas and management methods to the candidates’ own fields of interest; (e) put into practice the capacity for analysis and critical reasoning; (f) bring students closer to different research approaches; (g) generate an intellectual contribution in the field of management; (h) contribute through strategic research proposals that seek sustainable, social and business development.
    • Thesis
      The curriculum of the program includes specific subjects mainly oriented to the design and development of the research work or thesis. The objective is that the future master degree will have an academic support appropriate to its process of making a thesis that will eventually have to defend in public and on which it will be examined by a demanding jury. In addition, all degree work should aim to respond to one of the Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the UN.

SPECIALIZATION DIPLOMA IN DATA ANALYTICS

  • MODULE I

    • Applied Statistics
      Data analysis is based on statistical inference and regression models. Statistical inference is the process of drawing conclusions about populations or scientific truths from information. The course will address some of these forms such as statistical models, information-oriented strategies, and explain the use and design of random analysis. In addition, other theories (frequency, Bayesian, plausibility, design-based, etc.) and analysis of the complexity of numbers (lost, observed and unobserved data, bias) for the development of inference will be discussed. Additionally, regression analysis, least squares and inference will be covered using regression models. Special attention to ANOVA and ANCOVA models, as well as residual analysis and variability will be investigated.
    • Programming for Exploratory Data Analysis
      This course seeks to develop fundamental programming skills for data analysis using R and Python. Initially, basic topics for each language will be discussed, such as installing and configuring suitable programming environments, using data types and control structures, and implementing functions. These concepts will then be used to treat more advanced data types and to use language-specific tools for machine learning and word processing.
    • Machine Learning Basics
      The course presents machine learning concepts, techniques and algorithms to understand how the computer can perform data analysis tasks automatically. This course begins with concepts about the need to find patterns in large volumes of information, and then examine techniques on information processing (data cleaning, dimensionality reduction, among others). Finally, algorithmic methods and techniques of supervised and unsupervised learning and their applications are studied.
  • MODULE II

    • Information visualization
      The course aims to present the basic principles and techniques of information visualization and its applications in different domains. The course addresses topics that include aspects related to human perception, the analysis of data prior to visualization, the general process of visualization of information; likewise, the techniques and tools most used in this process will be studied.
    • Data Analytics methods for time series
      This course will review different statistical and machine learning methods (machine learning) to analyze, model and make forecasts associated with phenomena where the variable of interest presents an evolution over time. Initially an introduction to the time series will be presented, covering its definition and interpretation, highlighting the difference with other types of data and the complexities it presents to be able to model it. Later, classic statistical models will be reviewed, identifying their restrictions. Finally, some of the machine learning models will be studied, including the pre-processing that the data set must have for proper modeling with these techniques, as well as the evaluation metrics used to select the most appropriate model depending on the context of the problem.
    • Data analysis project
      This course aims to provide students with a generic methodology for data analysis. This methodology called Extracting Knowledge from Data (KDD) is an iterative and interactive process that will guide the student in the writing process of their end-of-studies project. The student will present a practical problem to be developed as a final project, which will be guided by the advisor for its solution through data analysis techniques.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES (Compulsory)
The Co-Curricular activities are a complement focused on reinforcing and complementing the humanistic training and development of soft skills, through workshops that include Integral Development Experiences, Cultural and Integrative Experiences and Solidarity Experiences, aligning the graduate profile with the guiding principles of University.

The methodology is based on case studies, which allow applying the theory to the solution of real cases, and gives a practical vision to the challenges of management, for which the participant should consider time slots for individual and collaborative work. For the off-site sessions, the blended format will be used as a learning methodology, incorporating multiple e-learning possibilities, through discussion forums, online evaluations, and the performance of various individual and group activities, in order to ensure learning with quality standards in both face-to-face and virtual mode.

  • Greater flexibility of schedules that will allow you to achieve the balance between work, professional and personal development.
  • Extensive experience in dictating programs in online mode, using methodologies that ensure learning to the student.
  • Constant updating of LMS (learning management system) and video conferencing platforms.
  • Audiovisual classes taught in real time, meeting the same standards as face-to-face classes.
  • Interaction between the participants, through chat or videoconferences, as well as working groups, allowing the participant to collaborate, speak and be seen.

WHAT WILL THEY LEARN? WHAT ARE THE COMPETENCIES THEY WILL ACQUIRE?

 

The graduate of the program will have strategic business management skills, as well as specialized knowledge in data management and analysis; this will allow him to generate value in his organization, through the design and implementation of strategies based on the use of data and the generation of knowledge for strategies and decision-making.

The graduate will be able to design, implement and evaluate data analysis and information generation projects useful to the organizations. In addition, it will possess key skills to properly recognize and collect different types of data, from various sources, employ the latest tools for extracting and storing information available in the market, lead planning, design and construction of large data analysis solutions and apply techniques to visualize the results generated in data mining processes.

The profile will also be developed under the following learning objectives:

INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILO’S)

ILO1: RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS BEHAVIOR
Makes decisions or proposes ethical and socially responsible actions, seeking the common good, the fulfillment of human rights by companies, and sustainability in the face of situations that impact the social environment, and corporate governance of its organization and stakeholders.

ILO2: CRITICAL THINKING
Argues, assertively and solidly, his judgments and appraisals resulting from a reasoning that always involves an open mind, interpretation of different senses and perspectives; as well as carrying out a thorough analysis and evaluation of the information and data at its disposal that it seeks for its interest and commitment to be better informed if required.

ILO3: LEADERSHIP
Acts from a deep personal self-knowledge and with coherence to foster collaboration and human excellence in its organization and in society, considering the impacts in the short, medium and long term, as well as the centrality of the dignity of people.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLOS)

PLO1: INNOVATION
Generates creative, useful and sustainable solutions that solve opportunities and threats of the market (environment) in different services or products in order to maintain the competitiveness of the company.

PLO2: GLOBAL STRATEGY VISION
Designs successful strategies based on the analysis of the variables of the national and international environment, and oriented towards the achievement of the mission of a long-term organization.

PLO3: BUSINESS INTELIGENCE
Evaluates systemically the organization’s strategy and leads it towards its business goals and objectives through a comprehensive value proposition that meets the needs of customers and the expectations of shareholders.

ADMISSION PROCESS

The process of admission to the CENTRUM MBA and Diploma of Specialization in Data Analytics is open twice a year. The application is processed in about two weeks, provided that you deliver the documents requested by the Office of Admissions.

REQUIREMENTS

  • Have a duly accredited bachelor’s degree.
  • Three or more years of experience in executive or business positions.
  • Be at least 25 years old when starting the admission process.
  • Pass the PAEP aptitude test.
  • In case the admissions office requires an interview, the Admission Office staff will contact you to schedule the appointment.
  • Admission Fee: S /. 420 (non-refundable amount)

 

DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO BE CALLED FOR AN ENTRANCE EXAM

To be called for the entrance exam, the following digitized documents must be presented:

  • Registration form.
  • Simple copy of the Bachelor’s Academic Degree.
  • Simple copy of the National Identity Document, or Immigration Card or Passport, in the case of foreign applicants.
  • Undocumented Curriculum Vitae in english and scanned passport size photo.
  • Pay the admission fee / screenshot or scanned copy of the payment voucher.
  • Proof of the registration the bachelor’s degree in the National Superintendence of Higher Education University (SUNEDU) for applicants who studied in Peru. If the university has not registered the academic degree or college diploma in SUNEDU, the applicant must submit a copy of the diploma or academic degree authenticated by the university that issued it (*). If the applicant has studied abroad, he must submit a notarized copy of his degree. (*) It is indispensable that during their studies, and before their completion, they submit the record of the registration of their bachelor’s degree in SUNEDU, in order to be able to register their future master degree to the SUNEDU.

 

TERMS

  • The program cost does not include extraordinary academic rights.
  • Prices and conditions of the program are subject to change.
  • In the international trips, costs are partially covered (see tab on International Experience).
  • It is mandatory to prove a mastery or intermediate level of a second language to graduate.

 

REGULATIONS

Achieving studies CENTRUM PUCP Business School is a very important personal decision that involves evaluating, known and accepted, among others, academic, economic, administrative and disciplinary conditions to be met throughout their period of studies, the degree of commitment and dedication necessary to successfully complete this great professional project. That is why, it is necessary to know the content of the following standards as well as take into account its importance, before starting the admission process. With the start of the admissions process, you acknowledge and accept this standard, and that from that moment can not be alleged ignorance of it.

Ask all the information you need; we take care to ensure you attain academic and professional success.

Maribel Osorio
944 614 193 – 626 7110
mlosorio@pucp.edu.pe
Mariana Salmon
626 7102 – 999 142 065
msalmon@pucp.edu.pe
 Giovanna Foullman
626 7105 – 992 270 918
gfoullman@pucp.edu.pe
Rosa María Rodríguez-Cadilla
626 7104 – 997 360 622
rrodriguezcadilla@pucp.pe
Roxana Murga
626 7115
rmurga@pucp.edu.pe

DIRECTOR OF THE PROGRAM

Sandro Sánchez

Professor Sánchez is a Master of Business Administration in General and Strategic Management from the Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands. Master in Strategic Business Administration from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. Industrial Engineer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. He has a specialization in Quality Management (Peru and Germany), Supply Chain Management (Peru and the United States), Environmental Management, and Corporate Social Responsibility.