• In just one year, you will master the new global trends in management
  • Receive three international certifications from recognized business schools
  • Differentiate yourself with a strategic and global vision of business


The Tricontinental Master in Business Management is a high-level master’s degree, which has been designed to train leaders with a global and integrating vision of business. Three prestigious schools come together to offer you this unbeatable full-time alternative. Apply for a 78% scholarship

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SCHEDULES

STARTING

 

INVESTMENT

INTENSIVE 12 months
From Monday to Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
23 Aug 2019
S/. 74,900    

DEGREES AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • Master in Business Administration, from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
  • Certification in Business Administration from Johannes Kepler University, Victoria University and CENTRUM PUCP Business School.

RANKINGS

  • # 1 in Peru and # 4 in Latin America, Eduniversal 2018. Ranking
  • # 2 in Peru and # 9 in Latin America, according to QS Global MBA Rankings 2019. Ranking
  • Only Business School in the country with the 5 Palms to Excellence – Universal Business School with Great World Influence. Ranking

INTERNATIONAL TRIPS

  • Lima, Peru: from August to December 2019
  • Canada: January to March 2020
  • Austria: April to June 2020
  • Lima, Peru: June to August 2020.

FINANCING

You can apply for a scholarship of up to 78%

Investment List Price: S/.74,900
Registration: S/.1,000

The prices and conditions of the program are subject to variation.

AIMED AT

The program is aimed at professionals who meet the following requirements:

  • Have a duly accredited bachelor’s degree
  • Be at most 26 years old when starting the program.
  • Accredit an English proficiency at the Advanced level.
  • Full time availability.

CONTACT US

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

Roxana Murga
626 7115
rmurga@pucp.edu.pe

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

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

LOCATION

  • CENTRUM Campus Lima, Peru
  • Campus of University of Victoria, Canada
  • JKU Johannes Kepler University Campus, Austria

PROGRAM ADVANTAGES

These are the advantages of following the Tricontinental Master in Business Management:

 

ACADEMIC GRADE AND DOUBLE CERTIFICATION

  • You will get an academic degree with double certification:
    • Master in Business Administration, from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
    • Certification in Business Administration from Johannes Kepler University, Victoria University, and CENTRUM PUCP Business School.

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OTRAS VENTAJAS

  • You will have the support of a top school in Latin America and the only one in Peru with Triple Academic Crown.
  • You will live with a diverse group of students of different nationality, culture, language, which will improve your intercultural learning experience, and make this a truly global program.
  • You will learn from international professors who are experts in their fields, as well as from their global cohort, integrating academic and experiential learning into a complete experience.
  • You will participate with real business clients in a consulting project,
  • You will expand your contact networks by interacting with students from Europe and North America by belonging to the JKU Johannes Kepler University, Victoria University, and CENTRUM PUCP Business School community.
  • You will have the possibility of being invited to Beta Gamma Sigma, the most important honorary society of students, graduates and professors in the world.
  • You will access offers and job fairs with CENTRUM Colocaciones.

PROGRAM COURSES

The Tricontinental Master in Business Management includes in its bilingual curriculum structure in the areas of Strategy and Leadership, Finance, Marketing and Operations. To pass the program, you must successfully complete these subjects, in addition to supporting and passing a thesis.

  • CICLO I

    • Administration & Management
      In today’s changing globalized world, managers face the challenge of creating adapting and changing organizations in order to obtain and maintain the success. Therefore, managers must develop skills for the strategic design of flexible, dynamic and well-targeted structures that enable organizations to successfully compete and cooperate over time. This course reviews the main foundations of modern management that allow participants to develop the capacities for strategically design highly competitive organizations.
    • Sistemic Integration & E-business
      Information and knowledge are invaluable resources in today’s organizations. Knowing the methods, techniques and tools to exploit them is an unavoidable challenge for individuals, groups and organizations. Not only for specialists in information technology, but also for the MBA students in their role as business managers. Information systems and information technologies (IT) are critical to the survival and success of business. Their impact can be seen not only in the operation of the company but also in its strategies and in the search for and maintenance of competitive advantages. More so in a globalized world where borders fade quickly and a digital culture is imposed globally. Technology in general has changed the way companies do business, the competitive environment and the geographical area in which they develop production, sales, training, customer loyalty, and much more. Business managers seek to understand the impact these changes generate and, more importantly, will generate in the future. In that sense, the manager uses the advantages that information technology offers today to support business strategies in the new economy and electronic markets, all of which warrants updating the organization, control and management of businesses oriented towards their customers.
    • Management Accounting & Control
      The accounting and financial information is a reflection of business activities and is the main tool for planning, control, and for taking socially responsible decisions, up to the point of being called “the language of business”. However, most of the time is not an easy language to understand for those who are not directly related to financial reporting as it is based on a set of international standards for financial information. The aim of the course is to introduce participants to the concepts and principles of financial accounting as a basic element for managerial control and decision making. The learning approach is from the user’s point of view and in terms of its use for managerial control, that is, the course is intended to show “how to use” accounting for managerial purposes, rather than “how to do it”. In this part, we study financial statements (Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement, Equity Statement and Cash Flow Statement) as basic tools of control, and analyze the principles related to financial transactions in monetary assets, inventories, fixed assets, debts, income and net worth. These tools are used in a socially responsible approach to decision making.
    • Decision Making Techniques
      Company decision-making processes are often complex as a result of the influence of many factors on the main interest variables as well as the transcendent nature of the consequences of the decisions. Even more so, in our times when the competitiveness of firms is related to their ability to adapt very quickly to changing conditions in their environment. Decision-making processes need not only be intuitive or based on the expectations and experience of the decision maker. On the contrary, the manager now has a number of techniques and tools to analyze decisions. This course presents the methods and main quantitative tools for the process of decision-making and special attention is given to the development of models to simulate real management problems in areas such as marketing, planning production operations, logistics, finance, continuous improvement processes and strategic planning. The knowledge and skill in the application of these techniques by modern managers is a competitive factor of the first order that results in a better contribution to the decisions of the company and the achievement of its strategic objectives.
    • Thesis Seminar I
      The Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association describe requirements for the preparation and submission of manuscripts for publication (American Psychological Association [APA], 2010). As a document established by the American Psychological Association, the APA Manual is presented as an academic tool that guides and illustrates the style to be followed in presentations of academic manuscripts. It provides guidance on: (a) the types of articles; (b) the role of ethics in publications; (c) the structure of the manuscript; (d) writing style; (e) the use of tables and graphics; and (f) source citations and references.
  • CICLO II

    • Corporate Environment Analysis
      All modern business is influenced by the economic environment within its local reach and subject to global disturbances. This course is intended to provide key economic concepts and modelling framework related with microeconomics in order to allow sound managerial decision-making as market profile, consumer decision, producer’s objectives and corporate dynamics as well as macroeconomic performances, indexes evolution and political economy decisions that constraint all corporate decision-making processes. Main topics are complemented with specific business and country cases for proper real-world identification with theoretical background.
    • Organizational Dynamics
      The course introduces the fundamentals of the behavior of the individual, the group and of the organization in the workplace. We discuss the role of the individual as the basic unit of an organization, analyzing it from various perspectives: values, skills, personality, perception, learning and motivation. We also analyze the formation of groups, their nature and the decision making processes at the organizational level, in the framework of the concepts of power, politics, conflict, teams, leadership and communication; the influence of behavior on organizational culture and change, and ways to manage it. Knowledge of the physiological bases is reinforced, as well as the social interaction from which individual behavior can be understood. Learning desired behaviors, sustaining motivation, group behavior, the management of organizational change and learning and responsible action in team are elements of that understanding, and so, contribute significantly to the results of the organization and to sustaining its competitive advantage in a sustainable manner.
    • Financial Resources Management
      Financial resources should be professionally managed in order to identify the key variables that must be taken into account when making business decisions. This course provides the general framework for an efficient and effective decision-making process, which involves recognizing the business opportunities and needs, the capabilities, and financial means so as to address them considering the cost and risk implications that these decisions involve. The course emphasizes the decision making process within the Financial area, whose main objective is to maximize the company’s market value. To achieve this objective, the Financial Management must use the concepts, tools, and techniques that will be reviewed in this course. A special emphasis on the Peruvian financial market analysis will be made, but the course will be focused on a global perspective.
    • Budgeting & Cost
      Administrative management consists of two important moments: that prior to the action that corresponds to the time when decisions are made and translated into plans and budgets and subsequent to the action, the evaluation of the decisions, and that which corresponds to Control and translates into costs. This course deals with those two moments and how managers obtain valid information for their management.
    • Marketing Management.
      Marketing can be defined as the process by which the company creates value and satisfaction in the consumer in a cost-effective manner. This orientation is valid in any market situation, but it is much more in a context of increasingly rapid change, with increased competition and increasingly demanding and fragmented customers, as is the case of the modern globalized world. This is a course on the analysis and the planning of marketing. The course is focused on the development of skills for the identification of problems, an adequate qualitative-quantitative analysis, preparation of proposals for a solution for timely decision-making in a framework of social responsibility and business ethics.
    • Operations Management.
      Operations Management is a process that involves planning, organization, direction and control of productive operations in order to achieve the company goals with efficiency, effectiveness and productivity. The operations in question are those whose processes combine, separate, repair, move, reshape or, somehow, transform resources aimed at obtaining a product, a physical good or a service. The operations of physical goods production are those whose purpose is to obtain goods that can be exchanged or traded and whose value depends on their physical properties. The operations of producing services are not associated with the physical properties of the product, but with the process designed to get the service for the customer that goes through the process that provides value added to it.
  • CICLO III

    • Capital Markets & Financial Engineering
      When a surplus agent assumes the deficit agent’s counterparty risk, we are talking about a capital market operation. Important events in global financial markets, such as banking disintermediation, globalization, and information technology, have supported the operations and instruments in this market so that the growth is greater in the field of finance. The perspective of this course is to analyze the main market operations and instruments considering the hedging and arbitrage. The course will mainly have a global focus with specific applications to the Peruvian market.
    • Corporate Crises Management
      Any company is subject to suffer a crisis, whether it realizes it or not. Therefore, it is essential to understand that crises are connected with the internal and external networks of the organizations, and that their scope and magnitude have been increasing more due to mankind rather than natural disasters. A crisis can be the outcome of sudden change, or one coming from an evolutionary process. In the case of an evolutionary change due to human reason, this is not a strange and unusual event. Rather it is the result of a conflict situation badly handled, and that has been escalating to a critical point. Actually, a crisis can reach both organizational and personal environments, so that it becomes vital to be prepared and able to understand, prevent, address, and manage them as a part of our daily life. This course will provide the students with a comprehensive knowledge in relation to the phenomenon of a crisis and its impact on the individual inside and outside the organizations. It will also provide practical knowledge and tools to prevent and manage crisis from a vision that integrates the theory of crisis with the conflict theory from an organizational and personal approach.
  • CICLO IV – CANADÁ

  • CICLO V – AUSTRIA

  • CICLO VI

    • Strategic Change
      This Strategic Change is going to be developed following the Harvard Business School (HBS) case-based method to learn using situations lived by companies and persons, centering the learning process in the participant instead of the teacher. Cases are real situations presented in a narrative way. There are neither new nor old cases. The student needs to translate him or herself into the case actor shoes and to present the decisions made if he or she would have been the case actor. Strategic Management is the process of aligning the internal capacity of an organization with the external demands of its environment to achieve strategies committed to the vision of a desired future. These strategies are based on the mission and values proposed by the organization. The strategies require pertinent and appropriate resources to put them into practice. The strategic process requires a very detailed, initial analysis to get to an external evaluation of the environment and an internal evaluation of the organization as well as an industrial sector analysis and a competitors’ analysis. Having these inputs gained and this intuitive process learnt, students are able to select the resources necessary to fulfill the long-run objectives for the vision established. Provided this is a dynamic process, a permanent monitoring of the changing environment, the competences, and fluctuating demands is required. All cases used are from global companies which are models of good business administration best practices in any special circumstances.
    • Consulting Methods & Practice
      Managerial decision-making requires an adequate knowledge of the context of the organization, in order to reduce uncertainty and increase the chances of success in organizational performance. The growth of globalization makes a more complex scenario in which a manager must make decisions involving higher uncertainty and shorter response times, therefore increasing the risk. Consulting helps managers in aspects that are unknown to them, due to the specialization and the skills of the consultant to identify problems, transmit knowledge and provide information to the organization to improve its performance. The relevance of consulting lies in its ability to complement managers in their decision-making processes and their ability to implement change when necessary. The processes and methods used in consulting should therefore be known by managers seeking the success of their organizations, because at some point in their careers they will either work with consultants or they themselves might end up being consultants.
    • South American Business Context
      This course is aims to give an overview of the main international aspects of the current globalization process in which companies, executives and traders are involved and need to understand to take advantage of business opportunities that international markets offer in the case of South America. The international aspects, foci of the course are relevant to international trade in goods and services and flows of foreign investments made in South America, and also the Caribbean. The course aims to provide tools for business activities related to both the domestic market and the external sector.
    • Thesis
      The course reviews the procedure to be followed throughout this stage of the thesis development, regarding both administrative and academic issues. On the other hand, it helps students understand the structure of each of the thesis sections, and demonstrate this on the building of their document. Also it provides feedback on how to apply the tools leading to the final presentation.

PETER B. GUSTAVSON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA

https://www.uvic.ca/gustavson/

University of Victoria is a renowned academic institution focused on innovation and research. It is located in British Columbia, Canada.

University of Victoria has been named for the second consecutive year to the 100 best Management Programs worldwide by the Financial Times (FT) for her Master’s Program in Global Business (MGB). The school has climbed the list with the international mobility of the program (12) and the experience of the international course (21), which is among the best on the list of the best in the world.

http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2018

 

JKU JOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY

https://www.jku.at/en/

The Johannes Kepler University (JKU) of Linz and its image are strongly shaped by future-oriented study programs, the best research performance, numerous local and international collaborations and a “Green” campus.

With its creation in 1966, JKU University is a young university and in turn is one of the best scientific institutions in Austria, and as a consequence it has become a center of momentum for science, the economy and society.

 

TERMS OF INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

  • The program includes the costs of the courses and the materials that will be used in them.
  • Does not include accommodation or food.
  • It does not include costs for passport procedures or visa expenses.
  • Does not include travel insurance, cost of airline tickets, cost of excess baggage, communications, personal consumption or other unspecified expenses.

ADMISSION PROCESS

Consult a training advisor about the start of the admission process for the Tricontinental Master in Business Management. Your application is processed in approximately three months from the moment the program is launched, provided you comply with the delivery of the documents. The process is completed with an interview for which we will contact you.

 

REQUISITOS

  • Have a duly accredited bachelor’s degree
  • Be at most 26 years old when starting the program.
  • Pass the aptitude test (ECAP).
  • Perform an English proficiency assessment and credit an Advanced level domain.
  • Full time availability.
  • Obtain a favorable result during the personal interview.

 

DOCUMENTS NEEDED TO BE CALLED FOR THE ADMISSION EXAM

  • Registration form. Register
  • Simple copy of the bachelor’s degree or university degree.
    Curriculum Vitae written in English (not documented).
  • Simple copy of the National Identity Document (both sides), or Foreigner Card or Passport, in the case of foreign applicants.
  • Certificate of the bachelor’s degree in the National Superintendence of Higher University Education (SUNEDU) for applicants who have studied in Peru. If the university has not registered the academic degree or university degree in the SUNEDU, the applicant must submit a copy of the Diploma of academic degree or degree accorded by the university that issued it (*). In case the applicant has studied abroad, they must present a notarized copy of their degree.
    (*) It is an indispensable requirement that during their studies, and even before their completion, they present proof of their bachelor’s degree in the SUNEDU, in order to be able to register their future academic Master’s degree before the SUNEDU.

 

TERMS

  • The cost of the program does not include extraordinary academic rights.
  • The prices and conditions of the program are subject to variation.
  • International travel costs are partially covered (see International Travel tab).
  • Advanced English language proficiency is required to start the program.
  • It is mandatory to prove an intermediate domain 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.

CONTACT US

Ask for all the information you need, we care to ensure you achieve academic and professional success.

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

DIRECTOR OF THE PROGRAM

José Pereyra

Doctor of Business Administration from Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands, Doctor of Strategic Business Administration from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. He holds a Master of Philosophy from Maastricht School of Management, a Master’s degree in Top Management and Leadership from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC) and Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña. He also holds a Diploma in Nuclear Engineering from the Institute of Nuclear Studies, Spain, a Bachelor’s degree in Naval Science, Peruvian Navy, Specialization design courses of nuclear reactors at the University of Tennessee, USA, and in Strategic Management at University of Belgrano, Argentina.

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