How to find the top MBA's in Peru
Are you in a process of selecting the best business schools to obtain an MBA degree and are you currently looking for the top MBA programs in Peru?
Here are some key demographic and economic data about Peru (2012) to get started: it is a unitary presidential constitutional republic and has a population of 30 million. Capital city: Lima. Total nominal GDP is $220 billion. Nominal GDP per capita is $7,135.
There are a few full-time, part-time, and executive MBA programs available in Peru.
Taking an MBA in Peru
One major advantage of taking an MBA here is that even if most MBA programs are being taught in English, you will be able to learn Spanish just by living here. Also you'll learn to appreciate cultural dimensions and grow your cultural intelligence. Taking an internship in a local company as part of your MBA study might present a further opportunity to build international experience.
Peru's economy reflects its varied geography - an arid lowland coastal region, the central high sierra of the Andes, the dense forest of the Amazon, with tropical lands bordering Colombia and Brazil. A wide range of important mineral resources are found in the mountainous and coastal areas, and Peru's coastal waters provide excellent fishing grounds. The Peruvian economy has been growing by an average of 6.4% per year since 2002 with a stable/slightly appreciating exchange rate and low inflation, which in 2013 is expected to be below the upper limit of the Central Bank target range of 1 to 3%. Growth has been in the 6-9% range for the last three years.
Overview of the best MBA programs in Peru
The best business schools in Peru are: CENTRUM Graduate Business School (Universidad Católica del Peru), Business School (Universidad del Pacifico), and Escuela de Administracion de Negocios (Universidad ESAN).