INCAE Business School
- The history of INCAE Business School can be traced back to John F. Kennedy’s visit to Costa Rica in 1963 when US assistance was requested to create a business administration programme for Latin America.
- INCAE was originally established with the support of George P. Baker, the then Dean of Harvard Business School.
- The first Advanced Management Programme was launched in 1964 in Guatamala; in 1966 the first Masters Programme in Business Administration started in Managua, Nicaragua.
- In 1983 the Costa Rican government allocated land and a building to INCAE.
- Today, INCAE is an international business school with campuses in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
INCAE Business School, Campus Walter Kissling Gam, n La Garita, Alajuela, Costa Rica, 960-4050