International

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Universidad del Pacífico is affiliated to different networks and international organizations promoting academic cooperation activities. Students may access the Student Exchange Program and earn international experience through cooperation networks.​

  • Academy of International Business (AIB)
    ​The Academy of International Business (AIB) is the leading association of scholars and specialists in the field of international business. Established in 1959, today, AIB has 3527 members in 84 different countries around the world. Members include scholars from the leading global academic institutions as well consultants, researchers, government and NGO representatives. We welcome individuals and institutions from developing countries, newly industrialized countries, as well as industrialized countries to join AIB. The Academy also has 18 chapters established around the world to facilitate networking as well as the facilitation and exchange of knowledge at a more local level.

  • Academy of Management (AOM)
    ​The Academy of Management is the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars. Our worldwide members are professors and Ph.D. students in business schools at universities, academics in related social science and other fields, and practitioners who value knowledge creation and application. Founded in 1936, our global community today is nearly 20,000 strong, spanning 115 countries.

  • Spanish Agency of Ibero-American Cooperation (AECI)
    The Spanish Agency of Ibero-American Cooperation (AECI) was created in November 1988 as an executive body of Spain's policy on cooperation for development. It relates to the Foreign Affairs Ministry through the State Secretariat for International Cooperation and for Ibero-America (SECIPI). It is the technical body responsible for the design, execution and management of cooperation projects and programs, either directly, with its own resources, or through collaboration (agreements) with other national and international entities and non-governmental organizations.​
  • Alliance of Iberoamerican University Networks for Sustainability and the Environment (ARIUSA)
    ARIUSA is a network of university environmental networks created in Bogota on October 26th, 2007 by a group of University Networks for the Environment and Sustainability (RUAS), gathering during the 4th International Congress on University and the Environment organized by the Colombian Network of Environmental Education (RCFA). The primary mission or aim is to promote and support the coordination of actions in the field of higher environmental education, as well as academic and scientific cooperation between University Networks for the Environment and Sustainability.​

  • American Academy of Financial Management (AFM)
    Our Certification Body regulates the standards for credentialing and the accredited education criteria for qualified business programs that are a path to our prestigious certifications. The International Board of Standards awards designations and board certification in the finance, accounting, and management consulting areas.​

  • American Marketing Association (AMA)

    AMA leads an unparalleled discussion on marketing excellence. Continuing in the tradition of Borden and so many others, the AMA offers differentiated content that focuses on the tension between Best Versus Next Practices™.  With content coming from unrivaled scholarly journals, like the Journal of Marketing, and award-winning publications, like Marketing News, the AMA offers a robust perspective that understands marketers are expected to provide both solutions for today and solutions for tomorrow. No other organization provides more ways for marketers and academics to connect with the people and resources they need to be successful.​

  • American Political Science Association (APSA)
    Founded in 1903, the American Political Science Association is the leading professional organization for the study of political science and serves more than 13,000 members in more than 80 countries. With a range of programs and services for individuals, departments, and institutions, APSA brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and occupational endeavors within and outside academe to deepen our understanding of politics, democracy, and citizenship throughout the world.

  • Asia Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE)
    APAIE is an international non-profit organization whose goal is to activate and reinforce the internationalization of higher education in the Asia-Pacific region and around the world, and to engage the professional challenges of individuals in international education. APAIE is a constituent-led organization made up of individual members. It has a steadfast membership of more than 1 000 international education professionals —from professors to rectors to international exchange coordinators. APAIE is dedicated to serving and representing this membership.​
  • Scientific Association of Economics and Business Management (ACEDE)
    The Scientific Association of Economics and Business Management (ACEDE) is an association of university professors concerned about improving research on the different issues raised by management of companies and other organizations, and to facilitate its dissemination both among students and among managers. ACEDE was created in 1990 and, since then, it has established itself as a meeting point for academics concerned about boosting thorough research and teaching in the field of business administration and its constituent areas, such as Financial Economics and Accounting, Commercialization and Market Research, and Business Organization. ​

  • Association of Latin American Universities entrusted to the Society of Jesus (AUSJAL)
    Network including thirty universities entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America. Our mission is to develop joint projects according to our strategic priorities, seeking a higher contribution from higher education institutions to their societies. We work with the support of thirteen networks and work groups, communities of academics, professionals and authorities from the member universities who, in a voluntary manner, participate in the materialization of joint projects oriented to improving students' education and the region's growth. The counterparts work in a coordinated manner with the Executive Secretariat of the AUSJAL Network and with the institutional support of their respective universities. They are the driving force behind the projects and initiatives carried out by the Association across the continent.​

  • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
    AACSB International, founded in 1916, is a non-profit organization bringing together over 1,400 educational institutions, companies and other organizations in 87 countries and territories. It is the world's main body of accreditation of academic higher education institutions offering undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in business and accounting. The Association organizes a wide range of conferences and seminars in cities around the world every year. The global headquarters of AACSB International are located in Tampa, Florida, USA, and its Asia-Pacific branch is located in Singapore.​

  • Asociación Internacional para la Educación en Administración (AACSB)
    AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), fundada en 1916, es una asociación sin fines de lucro, de más de 1,400 instituciones educativas, empresas y otras organizaciones en 87 países y territorios a nivel mundial. Somos el principal organismo a nivel mundial de acreditación de las instituciones académicas a nivel superior que ofrecen programas de pregrado, postgrado y doctorados en negocios y contabilidad; la asociación organiza una amplia gama de conferencias y seminarios en ciudades alrededor del mundo todos los años. La sede mundial de la AACSB International se encuentra en Tampa, Florida, EE.UU. y su sede para Asia Pacífico está ubicada en Singapur.

    http://www.aacsb.edu/​
  • Latin American Association of Political Science (ALACIP)
    The Latin American Association of Political Science (ALACIP) is an international scientific non-profit organization involving academics, researchers and professionals, and it is destined to promote development of Political Science studies on Latin America and the Caribbean. To exercise its functions, the Association will consider the activities developed in the field at international, regional and subregional levels, in order to promote collaboration and avoid duplication of efforts. ALACIP's official languages are Spanish and Portuguese.​

  • Asociación Latinoamericana de Facultades y Escuela de Contaduría (ALAFEC)
    La Asociación Latinoamericana de Facultades y Escuelas de Contaduría Pública tiene por finalidad principal propender a la cooperación y entendimiento de sus asociados, con el objetivo de unificar y elevar el nivel de enseñanza, investigación y capacitación técnica de los contadores y auditores con vistas al desarrollo de la América Latina.

  • Association of Accountants and Financial Professional in Business (IMA)
    IMA is the worldwide association of accountants and financial professionals working in business. We are committed to helping you —and our more than 80 000 members— to expand your professional skills, better manage your organization, and enhance your career.​

  • Association of MBAs (AMBA)
    The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is the international impartial authority on postgraduate business education, established in 1967 by a small group of business graduates with the aim to raise the profile of business education and the MBA qualification in UK and Europe. Our vision is to be recognized internationally as the authoritative voice in postgraduate management education. The achievement of our vision depends on four strategic objectives that will bring together our key stakeholders: business schools, MBA students and alumni and employers.​

  • Beta Gamma Sigma
    Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International.​

    https://www.betagammasigma.org ​
  • Business Schools for Impact
    The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has launched Business Schools for Impact to address a key component to unlocking finance for development and shifting corporate strategies. By creating awareness, delivering educational resources to drive business schools to action, it aims to equip future business leaders with the necessary skills to impact the SDGs. The project has developed a set of teaching tools focused on the development of business models that incorporate positive social impact.​

  • Centro Interuniversitario de Desarrollo (CINDA)

    The Inter-University Development Center (CINDA) is an international non-profit corporation, incorporated in the States of Colombia and Chile.

    It is recognized as a non-governmental international organization by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, and by the State of Chile.

    CINDA is a pioneer in the establishment of collaboration networks between higher education institutions, and among its current members there are renowned universities from most Latin American countries, as well as Spain and Italy.​


    http://www.cinda.cl

  • Latin American Center of Management for Development (CLAD)
    CLAD is an international organization constantly referenced in its fields of competence. Other than the recognition it has achieved among Ibero-American governments, several international public organizations usually request its collaboration. Likewise, it carries out research and institutional strengthening activities jointly with various governmental cooperation institutions and research and teaching institutions from Europe, the United States and Canada. At an institutional level, it participates in other international contexts and is the permanent technical secretariat for the Ibero-American Conferences of Public Administration and State Reform Ministers, held in the context of the Ibero-American Summits of Heads of State and Government.​
  • CFA Institute

    Our mission is to lead the investment profession globally by promoting the highest standards of ethics, education, and professional excellence for the ultimate benefit of society. We aspire to a CFA Institute that serves all finance professionals seeking education, knowledge, professional development, connection, or inspiration; and leads the investment profession’s thinking in the areas of ethics, capital market integrity, and excellence of practice.​

    https://www.cfainstitute.org​

  • CLI Network – MIT
    The SCALE Network (Supply Chain and Logistics Excellence), created by the Center for Transportation and Logistics of the Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT-CTL), is an international alliance of leading centers in research and education devoted to the development of supply chains and excellence in logistics through innovation. ​

    This global network consists of MIT-CTL in Boston (USA), Zaragoza Logistics Center (ZLC) in Zaragoza (Spain) and the Latin  American Center for Innovation in Logistics (CLI) in Bogota (Colombia). In the next few years, the network will consolidate its makeup and will include logistic centers in Asia and Africa.​
  • Columbus

    Columbus is an association of European and Latin American universities. Its main aim is to promote international cooperation and university institutional development through process and management structure improvement. Columbus' activities are designed to support the participating universities in the development of strategies, the implementation of policies and the organization of structures.

    ​From the moment each university enters the Columbus Association, it has a series of services and activities at its disposal. These have been determined according to the guidelines from the Board of Directors and the university members' priorities. Such activities are carried out by the Columbus Secretariat from the UNESCO offices in Paris.


    http://www.columbus-web.org​
  • Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO)

    The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO) is an international non-governmental institution with associate partner status in UNESCO. It was created in 1967.

    ​Currently, it brings together 542 research and postgraduate centers in the field of Social Sciences and Humanities in 41 countries from Latin America, the United States, Canada, Germany, Spain, France and Portugal.


  • Latin American Council of Management Schools (CLADEA)
    The Latin American Council of Management Schools (CLADEA) is one of the world's most important Business School networks. This international organization offers a global cooperation system and maintains reciprocal membership links with the world's leading academic institutions. The Directive Body consists of the President, the Executive Director and the Executive Coordinator, as well as a Directive Committee, an Academic Committee and the executive division team, who are in charge of the marketing and communication areas.

    Currently, CLADEA has 232 affiliate institutions, both private and public, from Latin America, North America, Europe and Oceania. ​
  • EdUniversal – Live from Campus
    Live From Campus is a first time ever website to broadcast information, encouraging international student mobility. Many students choose to do their studies abroad or at least far away from their home, and picking the right institution can be a difficult and overwhelming choice. We are recently discovering that student-to-student advice plays one of the most crucial roles when students make the choice of where to do their post-secondary education. We have recognized this fact and have created a network available to students on every continent to have the most clear, most accurate and easily accessible information on some of best educational institutions in the world today. ​

  • EFFIE

    ​​Effie Worldwide stands for effectiveness in marketing communications, spotlighting marketing ideas that work and encouraging thoughtful dialogue about the drivers of marketing effectiveness. The Effie network works with some of the top research and media organizations worldwide to bring its audience relevant and first-class insights into effective marketing strategy.​

  • EFMD

    ​EFMD is an international not-for-profit membership organization, based in Brussels, Belgium. The organization counts with over 800 member organizations from academia, business, public service and consultancy in 81 countries. Represents a unique forum for information, research, networking and debate on innovation and best practice in management development. It is recognized globally as an accreditation body of quality in management education with established accreditation services for business schools and business school programs, corporate universities and technology-enhanced learning programs.​

  • European International Business Academy (EIBA)

    EIBA is a professional association and network for academics, business people, and other individuals with an interest in the field of International Business. Benefits of annual EIBA membership include an IBR journal subscription along with access to useful services and information such as the EIBA online job market and the EIBAzine newsletter, as well as receiving regular updates on the EIBA Annual Conference, doctoral events, and other IB activities. If you teach, practice, or are conducting research in international business, or if you simply wish to be kept informed of the latest developments in this field.​

  • Fellow Mundus (Erasmus Programme)

    ​Fellow Mundus' aim is the development of competent professionals, and it offers students, academic and administrative staff –particularly of European and Latin American origins– the opportunity to access both advanced training and interdisciplinary knowledge. Contact with different sociocultural and learning contexts will thus contribute to their personal and professional development.​

  • Ibero-American Foundation for Quality Management (Fundibeq)

    ​We are an independent and open foundation, consisting of public and private companies and public administration organizations, which contributes to improving the competitiveness and image of the economic and social make-up of the Ibero-American community. From an international context, we promote the Ibero-American movement for the dissemination of a culture of excellence in the management of all Ibero-American organizations.​

  • Global Universities Partnership on Environment and sustainability (GUPES)

    ​GUPES was the result of a consultative forum organized by UNEP and its partners to increase successful engagement with universities. It builds on the successes of the Mainstreaming Environment and Sustainability in African Universities (MESA), the nascent Mainstreaming Environment and Sustainability in the Caribbean Universities (MESCA) and the Asia-Pacific Regional University Consortium (RUC). It is also geared towards encouraging further interaction between UNEP and universities, around the three pillars of education, training and applied research.​

  • Global Engineering Dean’s Council (GEDC)

    ​​Recognizing the global need for a world-wide forum of engineering deans and rectors, a group of over 20 leaders of engineering education institutions and corporate partners first met in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on October 9th 2006 and in Istanbul, Turkey, on September 30th 2007. Encouraged by the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES) and modeled after the ASEE Engineering Deans Council (EDC), the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) was created on May 9th 2008 in Paris. The main goal of the GEDC is to provide engineering deans and rectors with ideas, tools, and "best" practices necessary to become innovative leaders of engineering education.​

  • Educational Innovation in Economics and Business (EDINEB)

    ​​EDINEB is a network designed to disseminate the results of efforts made by researchers and professionals in the field of education due to the growing interest in the improvement of higher education quality in Economics and Business. EDINEB Network's general purpose is to provide mutual support to the member institutions wishing to adapt their curricula to highly innovative programs.​

  • International Association Jesuit Business School (IAJBS)

    ​IAJBS is to enhance the ability of business school deans and administrators to lead in the creation and transmission of scholarship and knowledge that will prepare students for the profession and vocation of business leadership in a global economy. Through cooperation, we will better serve our students, faculty and other constituents as we do our work as management educators in an ever more global village, and do it in a context of Ignatian education. We will develop, disseminate, and promote the concept of management as a profession and vocation in our various societies and countries.​

  • International Center for Entrepreneurship and Ventures Development (ICEVED)

    ​The International Center for Entrepreneurship and Ventures Development (ICEVED) is an initiative by twenty-five world-leading business schools offering a global link to ohter business schools, businesspeople, investors and information.

    ICEVED's purpose is to promote economic progress and the generation of wealth and employment through a global entrepreneurial spirit and global technological resources.

  • International Leadership Association (ILA)

    ​The International Leadership Association (ILA) is the global network for all those who practice, study, and teach leadership. The ILA promotes a deeper understanding of leadership knowledge and practices for the greater good of individuals and communities worldwide. The principal means by which our mission is accomplished is through the synergy that occurs by bringing together public and private sector leaders, scholars, educators, coaches, consultants, and students from many disciplines and many nations.​

  • International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR)

    ​Founded in 1992, the International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR) is a major international association promoting research and education in the fields of civil society, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector. ISTR is an organization committed to building a global community of scholars and interested others dedicated to the creation, discussion, and advancement of knowledge pertaining to the Third Sector and its impact on human and planetary well-being and development internationally. As an organization, ISTR is recognized and respected for its global vision, its commitment to excellence, its collaborative approach, and the values of diversity and pluralism with which it pursues its mission.​

  • Laboratory of International Assessment Studies

    ​The Laboratory of International Assessment Studies is an inter-disciplinary network that brings together academic researchers, testing agencies, policy makers and the end users of international educational assessment data. We support international debate and innovation on the potentials, practices and politics of international assessments.  The emergent field of International Assessment Studies (IAS) implies new forms of research collaboration amongst academic researchers, testing agencies and the end-users of assessment data. Our questions are therefore broad and interdisciplinary.​

  • Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association (LACEA)

    ​​The Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association or Asociación de Economía de América Latina y el Caribe (LACEA) is an international association of economists with common research interests in Latin America. It was formed in 1992 to facilitate the exchange of ideas among economists and policymakers. LACEA is generously supported by grants from the Global Development Network and the World Bank's Development Grant Facility. In addition, the annual meetings are supported by grants from The World Bank, The Inter-American Development Bank, The Development Bank of Latin America (CAF) and other organizations that can vary depending on the country and organizer of the annual meeting.​

  • The Ibero-American Network of Internatinal Studies (RIBEI)

    ​RIBEI is an Ibero-American network including forty-four research centers and think tanks highly specialized in the study of international relations, original from sixteen Ibero-American countries. The Network establishes a new cooperation mechanism oriented toward the analysis and debate of Latin America's and Ibero-America's future in the world, in its widest sense and with a strategic perspective.​

  • Latin American Studies Association (LASA)

    ​The Latin American Studies Association (LASA) is the largest professional association in the world, bringing together individuals and institutions devoted to studying Latin America. With over 12,000 partners, nearly 60% of whom reside outside the United States, LASA is the association that brings together Latin Amercian experts in all disciplines and with different employment initiatives worldwide.​

  • NAFSA: Association of International Educators

    ​NAFSA promotes student and scholar exchange to and from the United States of America. The Association sets and controls quality standards and provides education and professional training to reinforce the institutional programs and services related to international educational exchange. In addition, NAFSA is a discussion forum for issues related to these topics and a network to share information seeking to increase the government's and the community's interest and support of international education in the field of higher education.​

  • Net Impact

    ​Net Impact is the world's best training ground for the next generation of change agents. Our programs —delivered from our headquarters in Oakland, CA, as well as globally through our 300+ chapters— connect our members to the skills, experiences and people that will allow them to have the greatest impact. One hundred thousand strong, we take on social challenges, protect the environment, invent new products and orient business toward the greater good. In short, we help our members turn their passions into a lifetime of world-changing action.​

  • Network of International Business School (NIBS)

    ​The Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) is an association of business schools from around the world, which believe that the internationalization of business and the globalization of the economy are essential elements in the evolution of managerial practices. NIBS members believe that higher education and training must integrate a strong international dimension, including the practice of foreign languages, the study of comparative management techniques and the experience of working and studying abroad. ​

  • Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (OUI-IOHE)

    ​The Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (OUI-IOHE) encourages its more than 344 members to implement innovative strategies promoting the quality and pertinence of their institutional work. Its aim is to encourage higher education institutions and the affiliated organizations, from North to South, to participate in a common space for collaboration supporting cooperative debate, reflection and action, related to the current state of higher education and its outlook on the future. ​

  • Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)

    ​Launched at the 2007 UN Global Compact Leaders Summit in Geneva, the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative is the first organized relationship between the United Nations and business schools, with the PRME Secretariat housed in the UN Global Compact Office. The mission of PRME is to transform management education, research and thought leadership globally, based on the Principles for Responsible Management Education and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.​

  • Peru Opportunity Fund (POF)

    ​It was created in 2007 from a different initiative within Hampshire Foundation called Peru Opportunity Fund. The Fund focused its activity on three axes: agriculture, work training and business development, and housing. Peru Opportunity Fund facilitates small producers' access to information, simple technologies and the capital needed to improve their productivity and take suitable decisions regarding their land, their crops and their livelihood.​

  • UNESCO Columbus Program

    ​The cooperation program between European and Latin American higher education institutions, COLUMBUS, was founded in 1987. COLUMBUS' main aims are promoting institutional development and multilateral cooperation to help universities to respond to the challenges related to resource scarcity, massification, the demands for diversification, internationalization, etc.​

  • Latin American Political Economy Network (REPAL)

    ​REPAL is a new researcher network (institutionally inserted in Latin American, North American and European universities) interested in promoting and granting visibility to new studies on political economy in Latin America. In thematical terms, we are interested in analyzing the interaction between economic, political and social processes, as well as understanding to what extent such interaction generates relevant results in relation to development and socio-political institutionality models. In methodological terms, we are interested in promoting empirically supported and context-sensitive research which results in new efforts for description and conceptualization. In institutional terms, REPAL is a network open to the scientific community, estructured around the promotion of plural debate on Latin American political economy.​

  • Ibero-American University Network for BSR (RedUnirse)

    ​​The Ibero-American University Network for BSR (RedUnirse) is a meeting point for private, state-run and state-supported universities from the region, created to favor BSR promotion, encouragement and awareness raising. The Network constitutes an environment for regional and inter-regional cooperation around the exchange of new learning, research, good practices, etc. The Network was formed in 2007 as a proposal from UNDP and AECI, and its focal point is the National Center of BSR and Social Capital (FCE-UBA). The UNDP/AECI Fund "Toward an integrated and inclusive development of Latin America", with the support of UNDP Virtual School, provided technical assistance for the creation of an Internet portal for the Network as well as a virtual campus.​

  • Latin American and Caribbean Economic System (SELA)

    ​​The Latin American and Caribbean Economic System (SELA) is a regional intergovernmental organization created on October 17th, 1975 by the Panama Convention.  Mainly, SELA is aimed at promoting a consultation and coordination system to agree on common positions and strategies of Latin America and the Caribbean, in economic matters, before countries, nation groups, international forums and organizations, and fostering cooperation and integration among countries from Latin America and the Caribbean.​

  • Sistema B International

    ​With the aim of creating a new economy where success is measured through the well-being of individuals, societies and nature, Sistema B is a non-profit organization whose mission is to build favorable ecosystems for a market that solves social and environmental problems, strengthening B Corps.​

  • Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN)

    ​The Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN) is a network for the collaboration between ten of the most renowned business schools in Ibero-America. In addition, it has the Harvard Business School and Avina Foundation as strategic partners. Our mission is to further the limits of knowledge and practice in social start-ups through joint research, shared learning, case-based teaching and the strengthening of capacities in management training institutions for the service of their communities.​

  • Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN)

    ​The Social Enterprise Knowledge Network (SEKN) is a network for the collaboration between ten of the most renowned business schools in Ibero-America. In addition, it has the Harvard Business School and Avina Foundation as strategic partners. Our mission is to further the limits of knowledge and practice in social start-ups through joint research, shared learning, case-based teaching and the strengthening of capacities in management training institutions for the service of their communities.​

  • Sui Iuris, Ibero-American Association of Law Schools and Departments Sustainability Literacy Test (SULITEST)

    ​The quality and the reliability of the assessment are guaranteed by a yearly update of all questions. This process should be defined and includes International Organizations and UN agencies for the international level and local networks in every country (including academics, practitioners, corporate world, and civil society).​

  • The Business Association of Latin American Studies (BALAS)

    ​BALAS is an international organization dedicated to bringing together scholars, professional managers and decision makers to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas and to provide leadership in the areas of Latin American business and economic research and practice. BALAS provides a leadership role in sponsoring forums for exchanges of ideas, information dissemination, research collaboration and education activities of the highest professional quality. BALAS offers a multicultural and multinational environment that is congenial, open and supportive.​

  • The Global Compact

    At the UN Global Compact, we believe it is possible to create a sustainable and inclusive global economy that delivers lasting benefits to people, communities and markets. That is our vision. To make this happen, the UN Global Compact supports companies to do business responsibly by aligning their strategies and operations with Ten Principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption; and take strategic actions to advance broader societal goals, such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with an emphasis on collaboration and innovation.​

  • Permanent Seminar of Agricultural Research (SEPIA)

    Financed by The McKnight Foundation and Ford Foundation.

    ​SEPIA is a civil non-profit association promoting research and debate in rural, agricultural and environmental issues from a multidisciplinary and plural perspective.

    SEPIA's various activities have the Biennial Seminars as their axis. In each of the fifteen seminars held to date, it has been possible to bring together several experts in rural issues with different career paths, thereby creating a space for reflection and plural debate, which provides input for research and policy discussion. 

  • Economic and Social Research Consortium (CIES)

    Financed by the Canadian Agency for International Development (CIDA), International Development Research Center (IDRC).

    ​In the year 1999, after the joint effort of a wider group of institutions, CIE incorporates a social agenda within its aims and becomes CIES, in which research funds are allocated through an annual contest. In this new stage, the Consortium maintains the same initial goal: to strengthen the Peruvian researcher community with the purpose of producing and disseminating useful knowledge for the design and execution of public policies. These qualities, together with the aims of the ODA (Official Development Assistance) program from the Canadian Government for Peru, influenced ACDI and IDRC to continue supporting economic and social research in Peru.

  • Innovaciones Educativas en Economía y Negocios (EDINEB)

    ​EDINEB es una red diseñada para difundir los resultados de los esfuerzos llevados a cabo por investigadores y profesionales en el campo de la educación, debido al creciente interés por mejorar la calidad de la educación superior en Economía y Negocios.

    EDINEB representa a dos entidades: la Red EDINEB y la Fundación EDINEB, donde la primera es una red/asociación internacional de personas o instituciones que están considerando implementar innovaciones educativas en Economía y Administración; la última es la persona jurídica registrada en Maastricht bajo las leyes holandesas.

    El propósito general de la Red EDINEB es proveer apoyo a las instituciones miembros que deseen adaptar sus currículas a programas altamente innovadores.

    ​Metas:

    • Fortalecer a las instituciones miembros en la realización de programas innovadores.
    • Fortalecer las capacidades docentes relacionadas con educación innovadora.
    • Desarrollo de tecnologías, metodologías y herramientas apropiadas a la currícula, enfatizando la aplicación de la economía a problemas domésticos, entre otras.​
  • International Center for Entrepreneurship and Ventures Development (ICEVED)

    Es una iniciativa de 25 Escuelas de Negocios líderes en el mundo que ofrece un enlace global con escuelas especializadas, empresarios e inversionistas.

    El propósito del ICEVED es promover el progreso económico y la generación de riqueza y empleo fomentando el espíritu empresarial global y usando recursos tecnológicos globales.

    Servicios:​​

    • Bases de datos: La información más completa y actualizada acerca de empresarios, planes de negocios, inversionistas y el mercado laboral.
    • Fuentes de información: Desde Reuters y Dun & Bradstreet hasta información propia sobre sectores, productos, institucions financieras, herramientas administrativas, etc.
    • Enseñanza a distancia: Cursos en línea sobre aspectos gerenciales y financieros de vanguardia, algunos gratuitos y otros que pueden ser descargados pagando una módica suma.
    • Tablero de avisos: Un amplio espectro de atractivas oportunidades de negocios y empleos, entre otros, incluyendo un espacio para publicar sus propios avisos o anuncios. -Listas de distribución: Es posible hacer contactos y enviar por correo electrónico ideas, propuestas o comentarios a los participantes del ICEVED usando las listas de distribución clasificadas según empresarios, inversionistas y escuelas de negocios.
  • MBA Roundtable

    ​La Mesa Redonda de MBAs (MBA Roundtable) está compuesta de cientos de docentes y administradores de todo el mundo con un objetivo común de desarrollar e implementar la mejor currícula de MBA.

    Desde 1995, la Mesa Redonda de MBAs ha auspiciado conferencias y simposios nacionales, internacionales y regionales en los cuales los programas de MBA comparten sus experiencias respecto a contenido curricular, enseñanza e innovación. La Mesa Redonda también facilita foros de discusión a través de Internet, una mesa de información, publicaciones relacionadas con cambios de currícula, y reportes especializados para las escuelas miembros.

    ​La Mesa Redonda de MBAs actualmente tiene 200 escuelas miembros y trabaja en estrecho contacto con la AACSB International, el Graduate Management Admission Council, Educational Benchmarking, Inc., el Executive MBA Council, y el MBA Career Services Council, tanto en el auspicio de conferencias como en la provisión de información para docentes y líderes de los MBAs.

  • NAFSA: Asociación de Educadores Internacionales

    Promueve el intercambio de estudiantes y becarios desde y hacia los Estados Unidos. La Asociación marca y controla estándares de calidad, y provee educación y entrenamiento profesional para reforzar los programas y servicios institucionales relacionados con el intercambio educativo internacional.​

    NAFSA es además un foro de discusión de asuntos relacionados con estos temas y una red para compartir información en la búsqueda de elevar el interés y el apoyo de la educación internacional en el ámbito de la educación superior, en el gobierno y en la comunidad.

    ​Los miembros de NAFSA, que ya son más de 800 personas de 50 estados y 80 países, comparten la idea de que el intercambio educativo internacional ayuda al desarrollo del conocimiento y la escolaridad, promueve el respeto entre diferentes pueblos y alienta el liderazgo constructivo en una comunidad global.

    NAFSA también atrae miembros de asociaciones y fundaciones, corporaciones nacionales e internacionales, centros de investigación, organizaciones comunales y grupos culturales. Las embajadas y consulados de más de 160 países participan en las actividades de NAFSA como afiliados internacionales.

  • Organización Universitaria Interamericana (OUI)

    Fue creada en 1980 por iniciativa de rectores y presidentes de universidades de Canadá, México, Brasil, Estados Unidos y otros países de América Latina.

    Sus fundadores tenían como objetivo unir los establecimientos de educación superior de América en una red que, mediante la colaboración de todos, fomentara el desarrollo de los sistemas nacionales y de los establecimientos individuales en los campos de la educación, investigación, planificación estratégica y administración; el intercambio de profesores, investigadores, estudiantes, etc.; los nuevos modelos de financiamiento y las formas de responder a las expectativas del entorno. La OUI cuenta con más de 350 miembros, entre instituciones públicas y privadas, así como con Consejos o Conferencias nacionales de rectores o universidades.

    Instituto de Gestión y Liderazgo Universitario (IGL​​U)

    ​La OUI creó en 1983 el Instituto de Gestión y Liderazgo Universitario (IGLU), al que le confió la responsabilidad de organizar actividades de reflexión, perfeccionamiento o formación en beneficio de los dirigentes de las universidades miembros interesados en desarrollar o actualizar sus conocimientos en materia de administración según los conceptos más recientes de la gestión de organizaciones.

    Estas actividades están concebidas de acuerdo con los principios orientadores de la OUI: interamericanidad, integración en el contexto socio-cultural, cooperación interuniversitaria pero autonomía de las instituciones y responsabilidad.​

  • Programa América Latina Formación Académica (ALFA)

    Es un programa de cooperación entre Instituciones de Educación Superior (IES) de la Unión Europea y América Latina. Los países participantes son los quince estados miembros de la Unión Europea y 18 países de Latinoamérica: Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, Uruguay y Venezuela.

    El Programa Alfa funciona a través de redes de Instituciones de Educación Superior (IES). Las redes son las únicas entidades que pueden presentar propuestas de proyectos a la Comisión Europea, dentro del programa ALFA.

    ​Pueden integrar las redes:

    • Las Instituciones de Educación Superior reconocidas como tales por las autoridades nacionales de sus respectivos países.
    • ​Otras Instituciones: centros de educación de adultos o de formación continua; asociaciones sin ánimo de lucro; autoridades nacionales; y empresas privadas.
  • Programa Columbus de la UNESCO

    ​​El Programa de cooperación universitaria entre instituciones de educación superior europeas y latinoamericanas COLUMBUS fue creado en 1987.

    Sus objetivos principales son la promoción del desarrollo institucional y la cooperación multilateral, para ayudar a las universidades a responder a los desafíos relacionados con la escasez de recursos, la masificación, las demandas de diversificación, la internacionalización.

    Beneficios:

    • Los proyectos desarrollados tienen un enfoque práctico, activo, y permiten a diversos grupos de participantes trabajar conjuntamente en beneficio del grupo y de su propia institución.
    • El diseño de los proyectos es fruto de una reflexión del secretariado COLUMBUS con los directivos universitarios involucrados y garantiza la participación de las personas más idóneas y capaces de reproducir lo adquirido en sus instituciones: rectores, directivos académicos, profesores.
    • Las actividades son seleccionadas en función de las necesidades y del desarrollo del proyecto en el tiempo.

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