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INTEC participates in International Business Accreditation Seminar

It was held in Mexico City, and brought together the business schools of Latin American and Caribbean universities of the AACSB

INTEC participates in International Business Accreditation Seminar María Baltar, Jorge Haddok, Yolanda Disla, Brad MacBride, Carlos Alcérreca and Yvelisse Melo.

The Business Area of Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC) participated in the International Business Accreditation Seminar of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which was made from 26 to 28 last August in Mexico City, Mexico.

The entity, which accredits business schools of higher education institutions around the world, held the seminar as part of its Annual Conference for representatives of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Yvelisse Melo, coordinator of the Business Administration program and Yolanda Disla, professor of the Business Area, represented INTEC during the activity, where the most updated international accreditation standards were discussed.

Participants had the opportunity to learn about the accreditation process and its requirements, learn about quality in the administration of educational processes and develop exchange relationships with the deans and authorities of related institutions.

The meeting was attended by delegations of business schools of the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences, of Peru; University of the Pacific, Quito, Ecuador and of the Superior School of Propaganda and Marketing of Brazil.

They also participated in the Faculty of Administrative and Economic Sciences of Colombia; University in Leadership and quality of Panama; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Chile; Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico, in Puerto Rico; University of Montevideo in Uruguay, as well as several universities in Mexico such as the Technological Institute of Monterrey, among others.

The main speakers were Carlos Alcérreca, dean of the Administration and Accounting Division of the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM); J. Brad McBride, associate dean for Development of ITAM and Jorge Haddock, professor and former dean of the School of Management at George Mason University, Fairfax, United States.

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