The Universidad UNIACC MBA graduate will be able to develop leadership in complex national and international organizations. It is expected that, at the end of their training process, they will achieve this leadership using different tools and strategic skills, based on their solid formation in different areas of senior management.
At the same time, it will place at the service of the organizations their managerial skills and abilities, oriented to problem solving, negotiation, communication, teamwork and leadership, with a strategic vision that allows them to face the challenges of a global, changing environment. and highly competitive.
- Chilean and foreign applicants who enter a Master's Degree at Universidad UNIACC must present their degree or a professional degree, original or legalized before a notary, whose level and content of studies are equivalent to those necessary to obtain a degree. In the case of the foreign applicant, he / she must present his / her academic degree or professional title apostilled or approved by the Chilean Consulate in the country of origin and in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Chile.
- Present a clear and legible photocopy of both sides of the identity card.
- Comply with the other requirements established by the University for the entrance, for the program in question.
Description of the Modality
The online mode allows innovation in the construction of learning, combining the use of multiple multimedia resources (videos, interactive modules, animations, games, quiz, virtual interaction, digital libraries, videoconferences, virtual rooms, among others) through the platform of virtual learning of Universidad UNIACC .
In this way, students develop their processes in a flexible way, according to their own characteristics, to favor their learning through self-management of time, making studies, work and personal life compatible, thus obtaining the maximum benefit of individual motivation.
Tariffs and Tuition?
For information on the value of fees and upcoming classes, please contact the Admission Department.
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