The Global School of Project Management has established cooperation ties with multiple companies of national and international reputation. Public and private institutions, certification organizations, universities, and other entities, allow us to jointly provide education, training, design and implementation of academic programs, in addition to extending our quality around the world.
Project Management Institute
PMI is the most important global organization the field of project management. Founded in 1969 in the United States, the international nonprofit organization aims at the worldwide professionalization of project management.
After a series of efforts, a group of people dedicated to project management in Costa Rica creates the PMI Costa Rica Chapter Association, on September 13, 2000. A year later, their efforts would be recognized by the Project Management Institute.
Green Project Management
GPM is a global organization of professional development with services available in more than 145 countries. He specializes in sustainable approaches to portfolios, programs and projects through improved deliverability without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
University of Santander (Colombia)
UDES is a higher education private institution, approved by the Colombian State through the ICFES and the Ministry of Education in 1992.
The renowned Bogotan university has extensive experience in the training of professionals in technology fields, public management, educational computing, humanities, arts and philosophy, among others, through its blended learning platform.
University of Cartagena (Colombia)
Located in the heart of the historic city of Cartagena de Indias in Colombia, among castles, walls and churches, it shows the art of a university that marked a pattern in Cartagena’s education system.
Global leader in providing solutions in contact management of customers and services in the area of outsourcing. Its services extend to companies around the world in communications, financial services, medical, technology, industry and transportation.
Hewlett Packard (Costa Rica)
The HP’s Global Service Center in Costa Rica, has a professional portfolio of 6,000 employees in all its national sites and about 331,800 worldwide, all organized under the company’s slogans of customer loyalty and good quality life.
Chamber of Technologies, Information and Communication (CAMTIC)
This Costa Rican chamber was born in 1998, and is currently integrated by about 200 companies. This set allows for a strategic block to strengthen and support the digital technologies sector in Costa Rica, a key tool for offering innovative and updated programs in Project Management.
City of Knowledge (Panama)
Organization of American States (OEA)
The OAS is the world’s oldest regional organization, dating back to the First International American Conference, held in Washington DC, from October 1889 to April 1890. At that meeting the International Union of American Republics was proposed, a network that would finally become the OAS in 1948.
Francisco de Paula Santander University (Colombia)
Santa María La Antigua Catholic University (Panamá)
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