MBA at Centrum (Peru) or somewhere else?


pjor12

Hi everybody,

I would be very grateful if somebody could offer some advice. My family came from Peru to the US when I was a child and I am now living in Texas after completing university here. In short at this point my residency is in question and rather than wait around to find out what happens I would like to go back to Peru or somewhere else to do my MBA.

I have found Centrum Católica to be very interesting, its MBA has study trips to Canada and the Netherlands. That appeals to me because Iam interesting in international business. Can anybody comment on this university, and the possibilities for getting good work after completing the MBA there?

Another possibility would be to try another country, for instance Mexico, if the job opportunities would be better. I am not sure what to do.

Hi everybody,

I would be very grateful if somebody could offer some advice. My family came from Peru to the US when I was a child and I am now living in Texas after completing university here. In short at this point my residency is in question and rather than wait around to find out what happens I would like to go back to Peru or somewhere else to do my MBA.

I have found Centrum Católica to be very interesting, its MBA has study trips to Canada and the Netherlands. That appeals to me because Iam interesting in international business. Can anybody comment on this university, and the possibilities for getting good work after completing the MBA there?

Another possibility would be to try another country, for instance Mexico, if the job opportunities would be better. I am not sure what to do.
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mba hipste...

ESAN might be an option as well. Its MBA has a strong network, and since its MBA is Spanish only you're more likely to be able to network locally rather than interact with international students, which the Centrum program targets. Plus, ESAN is accredited by AACSB and AMBA. From LinkedIn it looks like its network is quite strong in the country.

ESAN might be an option as well. Its MBA has a strong network, and since its MBA is Spanish only you're more likely to be able to network locally rather than interact with international students, which the Centrum program targets. Plus, ESAN is accredited by AACSB and AMBA. From LinkedIn it looks like its network is quite strong in the country.
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pjor12

Hi, sorry for the late reply. I have instead decided to go to Spain for my MBA. I appreciate the advice though!

Hi, sorry for the late reply. I have instead decided to go to Spain for my MBA. I appreciate the advice though!
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mba hipste...

Good luck! What school, by the way?

Good luck! What school, by the way?
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