Global MBA for Latin American ManagersTecnológico de Monterrey - Universidad Virtual
- Sin RVOE
- Campus virtual
- Tutorías personalizadas
A completed official Tec application form. The students should register in the Master of International Management for Latin America (MNL). 4 ID color photographs Official notice of the score received on one of the following two exams: Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Prueba de Admisión a Estudios de Posgrado (PAEP) administered by Tec.
The Global MBA for Latin American Managers (formerly known as MIMLA) is a graduate program jointly offered via distance learning technology by Tecnológico de Monterrey and Thunderbird. It is a 21-month long program, and you can now apply for the next start of classes in August 2010.
It is an executive program that has been designed to prepare Latin American managers for success in the highly competitive and dynamic global business environment.
Classes are offered every 15 days, during the weekend (Fridays in the afternoon and Saturdays all day long). It is not a 100% virtual program because you have to attend classes on each session.
It has a 3-step format:
This program is offered through the Virtual University of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, and classes are given by professors of EGADE (25%) and Thunderbird (75%). A facilitator is present in the classroom and will help you clear your doubts and answer your questions. He will also give a part of the session so you have the great advantage to have 2 professors for the same class.
Students graduating from the program will receive a Global MBA degree signed by both Thunderbird and Tecnológico de Monterrey: one in English, recognized in the US as any other diploma of the country; and one in Spanish, recognized in Mexico by the Education Department (SEP).
The program is currently offered in several campus and Global MBA sites of Latin America: Monterrey, Mexico City (Santa Fe, Mexico State and Mexico City) and Guadalajara in Mexico; Miami in the US; San Jose in Costa Rica; San Salvador in El Salvador; Bogota in Colombia and Lima in Peru.
Course Fundamentals of Micro/Macroeconomics
Introductory Course Business Communication for Executives
Accounting Fundamentals and Financial Accounting
Basic Course Global Political Economy
Fundamentals of Managerial Finance
International Trade and Global Economics
Managerial Accounting and Profit Planning
Production and Operations Management
Academic trip Course International Business Interim (one week trip)
Specialty Course Cross-Cultural Communication for International Managers
Competing through Strategy and People
Regional Business Environment in Latin America
International Marketing Management and Strategy
Advanced Managerial Finance
Regional Business Environment in North America
International Negotiation and Bargaining
Seminars required for graduation out of regular course sequence Course Global Business Leadership for the 21st Century
Latin American Business Leadership and the 21st Century Executive
(1) Courses defined as "Prerequisites" can be waived considering equivalent courses taken at undergraduate or graduate level studies.
(2) The courses outside the program plan are prerequisite for graduation but they are not considered for purposes of Grade Point Average (GPA).
The most important objective of Global MBA is to develop high potential individuals to meet the new management needs of international companies and institutions.
- Students at Global MBA will develop:
- An international business strategic vision.
- An analytical vision of the global business management scenarios.
- Effective cross-cultural communication abilities for the business environment.
- Effective tools for international negotiation and interaction with other cultures.
- High level of interaction through virtual technologies.