• Obtain 1 academic degree and 1 international diploma in prestigious business schools
  • Responds to changes demanded by global business models


Accelerate your career and expand your professional network in only 12 months by studying the Full-Time MBA, a partnership program between CENTRUM Católica and EADA Business School.

We are committed to developing your full potential. Therefore, CENTRUM Católica offers a Scholarships Program to help you achieve your MBA degree. Discover all the advantages of our Full-Time MBA

Apply to our Scholarship Program (S/.24,900)

MBA WITH SIMULTANEOUS INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA

  • Master in Business Administration, awarded by the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
  • International Master in Management, awarded by EADA Business School

CENTRUM Católica could change the curriculum structure, the sequence of courses, or the professors, due to its policy of continuous improvement. CENTRUM Católica reserves its right to postpone the beginning of the courses and program if the required quorum is not reached.

HORARIOS

INICIO

 

INVERSIÓN

FULL TIME 12 instructional months
Monday to Friday from 09:30 to 18:00 hours.
Sep 2017
S/.83000    

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

  • Two weeks of classes in EADA Business School, Barcelona.
  • Courses taught by renowned teachers focused on entrepreneurship and negotiation skills.

RANKING POSITIONS

#1 in Perú and #3 Latin America, Eduniversal 2017

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ADDRESSED TO

The Full-Time MBA program is a full-time Master’s program designed for talented young professionals between 24 and 30 years.

GOALS

  • Train future leaders in business administration.
  • Develop a theoretical and practical methodology to respond to changes in global business.
  • Provide participants a critical and strategic thinking to respond to changing business challenges.

METHODOLOGY

The program´s methodology responds to the needs of actual organizations demands  regarding professionals with hard and soft skills with the abilities  needed to attend the continuous market changes, versatility to work in multifunctional teams,  and to be prepared for the challenges of a global environment.

FINANCING

Examination fee: S / .330
(Includes English exam)

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CAMPUS

  • CENTRUM Católica’s Campus.
  • EADA Business School’s Campus

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PRESTIGIOUS MASTER’S DEGREE 
Our students will have the opportunity to be part of the 1st and only Business School in Peru to obtain the TRIPLE CROWN, a recognition given to business schools that have earned accreditation from AACSB International, EQUIS and AMBA.

MBA WITH SIMULTANEOUS INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA

  • Master in Business Administration, awarded by the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
  • International Master in Management, awarded by EADA Business School

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL TO EADA BUSINESS SCHOOL

  • Two weeks of classes in EADA Business School.
  • Courses taught by renowned teachers focused on entrepreneurship and negotiation skills.

FULL TIME SCHEDULE

  • The participant will study within a full-time schedule: Monday to Friday from 09:30 to 18:00.

This schedule, will allow the student to finish the MBA program in one school year.

EDUCATION EXCELLENCE IN A WORLD CLASS CAMPUS

CENTRUM Católica has one of the most modern and intelligent campus in Latin America, It´s design was awarded first prize as an architectural work in Peru’s 10th National Biennial of Architecture 2002.

The facility has 21 classrooms with a capacity to accommodate more than 700 students, 40 study rooms, and an auditorium for more than 500 people, which provides an excellent study environment

During the year students will complete a curriculum of studies.

CENTRUM Católica could change the curriculum structure, the sequence of courses, or the professors, due to its policy of continuous improvement. CENTRUM Católica reserves its right to postpone the beginning of the courses and program if the required quorum is not reached.




  • MODULE I

    • Strategic Organizational Design – FT MBA

      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.

    • Effective Comunication – FT MBA

      People who can communicate effectively have the ability to improve relationships, collaborate effectively during meetings, introduce ideas to diverse audiences, and contribute to the working environment of the company, facilitating teamwork and leadership development. The course presents principles and techniques that will allow executives to improve important abilities in order to communicate better by giving more effective presentations.

    • Statistics for Management – FT MBA

      The main focus of the course is to understand and apply statistical principles for effective decision-making in business environments. It aims at providing analytical and problem-solving ability based on statistical reasoning and trains the student with analytic common data and presentation techniques. Applications of probability distributions in managerial decision making will be discussed. The process of decision-making is complex and the management cannot rely entirely on observation and experience to make decisions. Statistical analysis is a fundamental method of quantitative reasoning and is extensively used in decision-making.
      The objective of the course is to provide students with the frequent sought methods of statistical analysis along with appropriate statistical tests.
      The course is oriented towards concepts and applications rather than the theoretical aspects. The skills acquired in this course will be very useful in fractional areas, such as Finance, Marketing, Production Management, TQM, CRM, and HRD.

    • Financial Accounting – FT MBA

      Accounting and financial information is a reflection of business activities and it is the main tool for planning, controlling, and making 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 based on managerial control and the user's point of view; this means that the course is intended to show "how to use" accounting for managerial purposes, rather than "how to do it". Financial statements (Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement, Equity Statement and Cash Flow Statement) will be studied as basic tools of control and the principles related to financial transactions in monetary assets, inventories, fixed assets, debts, income and net worth will be analyzed. These tools are used based on a socially responsible approach in regards to decision making.

    • Financial Mathematics – FT MBA

      Businesses need financial resources to carry out various activities and generate value for the shareholders. Financial Mathematics provides the basic tools and techniques so as to analyse companies efficiently and to properly assess the costs and benefits produced as a result of business activity.

    • Thesis Seminar – FT MBA

      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.

  • MODULE II

    • Organizational Behaviour – FT MBA

      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.

    • Management Decision Making Tools – FT MBA

      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.

    • Management Accounting – FT MBA

      Administrative management consists of two important moments. The moment prior to the decision-making process, in which these decisions are translated into plans and budgets and then into costs. This course deals with those two moments and how managers obtain valid information for their management.

    • Business Economics – FT MBA

      The course focuses on basic concepts and tools of economic analysis. Price theory, markets organization, government intervention, and its effects on them will be emphasized. The module is focused on business applications. Case studies will be discussed and a comprehensive market study will be developed.

    • Critical Thinking – FT MBA

      Thinking properly is a basic condition to be effective. Thinking systemically and critically implies a holistic vision and a strong capability to analyze arguments, detecting possible fallacies and paradoxes. On the other hand, paradigms developed in the industrial society of the last century, such as mechanistically thinking and that everything can be reduced to the sum of its parts, have proven to be insufficient to address contemporary problems. in today's world, It is equally important, a well-structured thinking and judgment. The course is intended to promote both qualities: critical thinking and systemic thinking, in our daily actions and making decisions.

  • MODULE III

    • Operations Management – FT MBA

      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.

    • Macroeconomics & Economic Policy – FT MBA

      The Macroeconomics course develops macroeconomic theory and its application in both fiscal and monetary economic policies. The main course subject is GDP calculation. Economy is analyzed in the short and medium term. Within this, the economic fluctuations are studied, along with production, unemployment, inflation, payment balances, exchange rate, interest rate, etc. It covers the major macroeconomics basic models.

    • Marketing Management – FT MBA

      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.

    • Ethics & Social Responsability – FT MBA

      The role of business in sustainable development is based on achieving successful results in the economic, environmental and social areas. The company's relationship with its various stakeholders is essential to achieve these results; adequate management of the stakeholders permits the company to sustain the growth of the business in harmony with the environment and the society with which the company interacts.

      The strategic implementation of CSR requires knowledge and effective application of techniques and tools that facilitate the relationship with stakeholders and that permit the businessperson to move from theory to practice with ethical and sustainable results.

      In this context, the course seeks that the student knows the main aspects of the management of relationships with stakeholders, with a view to strategic management for achieving sustainable and ethical development.

    • Research Methodology – FT MBA

      One of the most important skills a professional with an MBA degree is his/her ability to make decisions. This process requires objectiveness and information, which is why the MBA graduate must be ready and able to make those decisions based on information obtained using the scientific method, and other powerful research methods. The graduate must be able to identify, process, and analyze data to draw conclusions and recommendations on issues of vital importance in the management and development of the company.

      Every day the business environment shows more efforts focus in identifying and implementing innovative processes that result in increases in productivity and competitiveness. This is why it is important to develop competitive research-oriented business solutions to problems and to support strategic decisions, based on solid information associated with the areas of marketing, operations and logistics, finance , design and implementation of strategies, among others. There is therefore the need for a manager in today's context that is competent in the study and adaptation of new concepts and techniques that make up the state of the art in research methodology.

  • MODULE IV

    • Leadership & Management Attributes – FT MBA

      The course aims to engage the student in theories and models of leadership and how these have evolved in recent years. The eternal debate of whether leaders are born or made will be present throughout the course. An effort will be made to analyze what are the personal attributes that influence the different leadership styles, with emphasis on the domains of the personality, the aspects that influence critical thinking, the proper use of emotional intelligence, and on the influence of ethical and legal actions of all those who lead organizations.

      The relationship of leadership and strategy will be a key aspect of the course, as a result of the need for the desired transformation of organizations to make themselves better, more productive, competitive and sustainable. In a multicultural global arena, this can only be achieved by transformational leaders, and those changes are not short term, but a long-term vision of winners based on ambitious strategic goals.

      Leading teams that are often virtual, in different geographical positions, synchronously or asynchronously, is a challenge that not everyone can perform properly. The work leading expatriates, men or women, culturally different, is another current management issue. It should be noted that leaders must manage the linked community and the organizational interest groups, and this is another complex task, but one that cannot be postponed.

      Managing change and the potential crises that it can generate is a fundamental aspect of the leader, as the changes do not occur within close time horizons, but rather are strategic by nature and that requires leadership styles that are often unconventional.

      All these aspects will be covered in this eminently theoretical course, which will be supplemented by reading classic works of literature on this fascinating, yet little understood attribute of human nature.

    • Supply Chain Management – FT MBA

      The XXI Century presents change as a constant, and this brings about the birth of a supply crisis for many companies that are not prepared, as they are unable to secure a mutually beneficial and sustained agreement with their suppliers and customers. It became necessary to develop new ways to improve the position of the company before its customers, competitors, suppliers and complementary businesses, such as outsourcing, sub-contracting, vertical integration, collaborative planning, etc. While this increased importance materialized in different ways, however, perhaps the most important development occurred in the total cost models and new relationships with suppliers.

      The results of these new times of learning, as a product of best practices in procurement, have forced us to reflect on two important lessons:

      1. The competition is no longer between companies, because they are not really what are competing, but rather it is the chains to which these companies belong that are competing.
      2. The customer and only the customer, is the only one capable of putting the financial statements of a company in blue.

    • Financial Management – FT MBA

      This course will develop the concepts and tools available to the Investment Manager to obtain the resources needed to achieve business goals. Obtaining resources will be looked at through the concepts of opportunity, amounts, time, cost and risk.
      Financial instruments will be analyzed according to the objectives sought, and with respect to the cost of capital and the creation of value for shareholders and stakeholders, that is, the community, and the impact on them. Obtaining resources should be studied with a view toward sustainability, the long-term and social and environmental responsibility.

    • Global Market Research – FT MBA

      Market Research is a systematic, objective collection and analysis of data about a particular target market, competition, and/or environment. It always incorporates some form of data collection whether it is secondary research (often referred to as desk research) or primary research, which is collected directly from a respondent. Marketing Research introduces the concepts and applications of market research through the marketing management approach.

      This course emphasizes the basic methodologies, as well as introduces a variety of techniques, and demonstrates how research applies to strategy, including marketing, advertising, sales and product design and development. Help students to develop skills in using statistical software like SPSS.

    • Negotiation and Conflict Management – FT MBA

      This course includes the theory and practice necessary for the effective management of negotiations and the management of conflicts in the organizational sphere. In this way basic negotiating techniques are developed, while the participants are trained in the development of the skills needed to support negotiation processes. This latter is accomplished through simulation workshops.

  • MODULE V

    • Strategic Management – FT MBA

      This course closely follows the structure of the RC (Required Course) of Strategy of the HBS MBA, using the materials and cases and its participant centered leaning (PCL) methodology. CENTRUM is honored to be a member of the HBS LACC Latin American Case consortium and thus be able to use materials and cases produced at HBS.
      Participant Centered Learning (PCL) is the Harvard Business School (HBS) case-based method that uses situations lived by companies and persons, and focuses on the participant’s learning process in instead of the teacher.

      The cases are real situations presented in a narrative way. There are neither new nor old cases. The student needs to be in the case actor shoes and present the decisions made if he or she would have been the case actor.
      All the cases used are from global companies which are models of good business administration best practices in any special circumstances.

      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. The students will be able to select the necessary resources to fulfill the long-term objectives for the established vision, after these inputs are gained and this intuitive process is learned. Since this is a dynamic process, a permanent monitoring of the changing environment, the competences, and fluctuating demands is required.
      The sequential model for developing a Strategic Plan will be learned and applied in a real case that will be assigned.

    • Coaching & Teamwork – FT MBA

      The high level of competitiveness in global markets requires organizations to continually achieve goals of higher productivity and profitability. For this situation to be sustainable over time, it is necessary to carry out a similar process of development of the people and the teams that make it up. In this sense, the course offers coaching tools and the fundamentals of teamwork for achieving improved and sustainable performance.

    • Information Technology & E-Business – FT MBA

      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.

    • Financial Engineering and Global Financial Markets – FT MBA

      When a surplus agent assumes the counterpart risk of deficit agent, we are talking about a capital market operation. Important phenomena in the global financial markets such as banking disintermediation, globalization and information technology have supported the fact that the operations and instruments in this market are the fastest growing in the field of finance.

      The perspective of the course is to analyze the main operations and instruments in this market under the consideration of hedging and speculation. The focus of the course will be primarily global with specific applications to the Peruvian market.

    • International Marketing – FT MBA

      Peru is a country with great potential for reaching out to international markets; however there are still only few companies that competitively develop foreign trade activities. Many Peruvian companies have the opportunity to participate in this growing business, which gives the basics for understanding the rules that allow conducting the various operations of exportation and importation efficiently. For Peru exportation is not an alternative, but a necessity as only a sustained and diversified increase of exports enables economic growth that is also sustained, as has occurred in many other countries.

      However, it is clear that the big challenge is to achieve competitiveness. It requires strengthening competitiveness at the enterprise, institutional and country level. In this framework, managing international marketing tools is a staple in the face of the increasing competition of all companies, without exception. To know in detail the characteristics of the different international markets, seek more value-added, design distribution policies ever-closer to the end customer and establish strategies supported by competitive prices, differentiation or high segmentation are some of the issues on which our exporters need to focus their attention.

      International marketing strategies must also take a comprehensive view of the individual, considering the full satisfaction of their material needs as well as their social and spiritual needs in order to conserve or enhance the well-being of the customers and of the society.

    • Thesis Seminar 2 – FT MBA

      The course is a review of the theoretical and practical knowledge of the final process of the Final Research Project-Thesis. In addition, feedback will be conducted on how they the tools are being applied to build the thesis and the process of its final defense.

    • International Environment and International Business Strategy – FT MBA(EADA)

    • International Project Management – FT MBA(EADA)

    • HR Management & Organizational Behaviour – FT MBA(EADA)

    • Business Visits – FT MBA(EADA)

  • MODULE VI

    • International Finances – FT MBA

      The International finances course content includes both corporate finance and monetary topics of international economics. Aspects of international financial management are studied, i.e., the elements relevant to financial decision making for executives of multinational companies in the current increasingly global and competitive environment. It analyzes the main international financial markets, but from the perspective of a company or multinational corporation that operates and competes in domestic and external markets. The course also addresses the crises and imbalances that occur in international financial markets and their impact on currencies, interest rates, inflation, the flows and value of companies, and economic growth of countries. Finally, it treats the various forms of international financial management of assets and liabilities of multinational corporations, as complements necessary to formulate policies related to business and international financial markets.

    • Enterpreneurship of New Business – FT MBA

      Businesses are the driving force of the development of economies and the well-being of countries, and in many cases, are a source of employment for the entrepreneur. Business must survive and thrive in a globalized rapidly changing corporate world, so that commercially viable innovations are a basis of competitiveness, increased productivity and the achievement of success.

      The creation and development of new businesses are closely related to entrepreneurial skills, and the performance and innovation of their managers. These skills can be enhanced and exploited through study, research and practice of the different models as well as through learning about the successful experiences of other business with similar environments.

      The course presents a practical methodology for the identification and evaluation of real business opportunities, differentiating innovative ideas from those with little or no development potential. On the basis of the skills and knowledge acquired in the course, students will develop a real and complete Business Plan that will serve as a basis and starting point for their start-up endeavors.

      The course also aims to analyze the basic concepts and theories of the innovation process and models that enable the generation of new ideas or concepts, the transformation of ideas or concepts into products, processes or services, as well as the development of strategies to ensure the diffusion of the innovation.

    • Business, Government and International Economy – FT MBA

      This course will provide the future business leader with a perspective of the political and economic context of the most representative economies in the world in order to understand how they impact the business environment. At some point in their careers, the future managers will be responsible for designing and leading a coherent and accurate response that supports the decisions made in the external environment that influences the business outcome. The Governments set and change the rules of the game. They impose new regulations and create or remove barriers with which they can benefit or harm certain players. In other words, the market risks count but the non-market risks count even more nowadays. The policies affecting the way of doing business are the most influential.

About EADA – Spain

The Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración (EADA Business School) is one of the most prestigious graduate schools in Spain. Founded in 1957 in Barcelona, it has trained more than 120,000 students from over 50 countries, which demonstrates its level of innovation and prestige. In 2014, EADA was considered by the Financial Times as the number 4 business school in Spain and number 24 in Europe.

About the international trip

You will take a two-week trip to Barcelona, to take intensive classes for eight days in the EADA Leadership Development Center located in Collbató. These classes permit you to receive the International Specialized Master in Leadership. Academic rigor is complemented by two business visits and a joint meeting with students of EADA and CENTRUM.

Conditions of the international trip

  • The cost of the program includes classes, business visits, lodging, food and transportation during eight days of classes in Barcelona (not including weekends).
  • It does not include the cost of airfare or lodging during the weekend stay in Barcelona.
  • It does not include the visa arrangements, issuance or renewal of a passport or health insurance.

Contact: Giovanna Foullman
Phone: 626-7105
E-mail: gfoullman@pucp.edu.pe

Contact: Yésica Siu
Phone: 626-7162
E-mail: ysiu@pucp.pe

Contact: Rosa María Rodríguez-Cadilla
Phone: 626-7104
E-mail: rrodriguezcadilla@pucp.pe

Contact: Ana María Sanguineti
Phone: 626-7101
E-mail: asangui@pucp.edu.pe

Contact: Mariana Salmon
Phone: 626-7102
E-mail: msalmon@pucp.edu.pe

Consult an advisor about starting the admission process for EADA Business School. Your application will be processed in about two weeks, as long as you provide documents requested by the Office of Admission. The process is completed with an interview.

Requirements

  • Having an accredited bachelor’s degree.
  • Pass the evaluation of aptitude.
  • Demonstrate advanced knowledge of English.
  • Availability full time.
  • A favorable outcome in the personal interview.
  • Approve an exam of English proficiency in advanced level.
  • Aimed at young professionals between 24 and 30 years.

Documents required to be called to take the entrance exam

  • Fill the Registration Form: Start Admission Process
  • Copy of Bachelor’s degree.
  • Curriculum Vitae in English (not documented).
  • Simple copy of the National Identity Document – DNI (both sides), or Foreigner’s Card or Passport, in the case of foreign applicants.
  • Enter the following link to make payment of admission respective right and attach the print / screenshot or scanned copy of the payment voucher.

Documents required to be called a personal interview

  • Copy of passport.
  • Four (4) passport sized photographs, in color, with white background and formal attire.
  • Essay on the motivations that lead him to apply for the program in English
  • Signed Honor Commitment. Download
  • Signed Financial Commitment. Download

“Plagiarism is unacceptable behavior contrary to the spirit of knowledge generated by the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, CENTRUM Católica condemns plagiarism in all activities”. Candidate for admission is expected to have a essay that respects the intellectual property, for it must put quotation marks and make reference when using an idea or text of another person, otherwise it is causal for the non admission to the program” We recommend reading the following document: “Why and how should we combat plagiarism?”.

Terms

  • The program cost does not include supplementary academic rights.
  • Prices and conditions of the program are subject to variation.
  • The international travel costs are partially covered (ask for information).
    It is necessary to certify an advanced proficiency in English to graduate.

Documents reception

Send your documents or ask for more information:

Contact: Giovanna Foullman
Phone: 626-7105
E-mail: gfoullman@pucp.edu.pe

Contact: Yésica Siu
Phone: 626-7162
E-mail: ysiu@pucp.pe

Contact: Rosa María Rodríguez-Cadilla
Phone: 626-7104
E-mail: rrodriguezcadilla@pucp.pe

Contact: Ana María Sanguineti
Phone: 626-7101
E-mail: asangui@pucp.edu.pe

Contact: Mariana Salmon
Phone: 626-7102
E-mail: msalmon@pucp.edu.pe

The purpose of these normatives is to provide students of different programs general information about academic and administrative regulations of CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School.

DIRECTOR DEL PROGRAMA

Carlos Bazán

Master’s degree in Strategic Business Administration from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Perú, and an undergraduate degree in Marine Sciences from the Peruvian Naval Academy. He has also completed specialization courses in Mechanical-Electrical and Electronics Control Systems in the Peruvian Naval Academy and Attila Monteiro Ache School in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.