New Spanish-language system can be used as a pathway to an MBA

Peru's CENTRUM Catolica Graduate Business School has announced the launch of a new free massive open online course (MOOC) platform.

Through CentrumX, the new Spanish-language only platform, users can take classes in a variety of business topics. Current offerings include classes in operations management, strategic management, and financial engineering, among others.

According to the school, classes can be validated, and can eventually lead to an MBA, if all requirements are met.

In the past few years, a growing number of business schools, including MIT - Sloan, Virginia - Darden, and Stanford, have begun offering classes through MOOC platforms like Coursera and edX. 

CENTRUM Catolica also offers an online MBA program, which is ranked in the Financial Times' current online MBA ranking.

For more information about the new platform, please see the CentrumX website. You can also read more about CENTRUM Catolica on the school's full profile on FIND MBA.

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