The professional training academic practice program is designed to complement the training of undergraduate students at Universidad de los Andes with an experience outside the classroom that allows them to participate actively in the dynamics of the working world. The academic internship is an invaluable opportunity in the construction of a career plan because it promotes the knowledge of the professional and personal interests of each student. Academic internships in the undergraduate program in management are voluntary, and credits are granted that can be recognized as part of the program’s curriculum.
Internships can be conducted in any type of organization: public, private, social, local, national, regional, or international, and have an academic recognition of six credits.
For more information about the processes, please follow this link https://ctp.uniandes.edu.co/index.php/es/
In order to carry out an academic internship in management, it is necessary to have completed the main lines of the academic areas of the program (i.e., to have fulfilled the prerequisites of Consulting). To request authorization for professional practice, please send your request to the following e-mail email@example.com
Universidad de los Andes offers its undergraduate students the possibility of taking another program simultaneously, recognizing the homologation of courses in common or with a high degree of similarity to their first program. The dual program can be taken with any undergraduate program at the Universidad de los Andes.
The enrollment process for the dual program is carried out during the dates established by the academic calendar: https://registro.uniandes.edu.co/index.php/calendario-academico-2020-para-cursos-de-16-semanas.
Those interested must follow the terms of the process designed by the Office of Admissions and Registration:
Homologations and recognition of courses from other programs to management: Click here to access the table of validations from other programs to management.
Students may validate a maximum of three electives from another career within the five mandatory electives of the 2016 curriculum only if they take a double program.
If a student considers that there is a possibility of validation in other courses taken in a Uniandes program, he/she can request the study of his/her case through: http://solicitudesestudiantes.uniandes.edu.co/ to make the request.
Recommendations for Uniandes validations:
It is an opportunity for a regular undergraduate student to develop competencies in a complementary training area different from their disciplinary training. The options can vary between 10 and 16 credits, and there are more than 60 alternatives for these options.
Simultaneously to awarding the professional degree, the corresponding certificate will be granted.
The undergraduate degree in Management has two Options Management and Entrepreneurship. As of 201620 management coordinates the multidisciplinary option of Arts and Culture Management.
The dual program enrollment process takes place during the dates set by the academic calendar:
It intends to provide the student with the basic knowledge and skills to understand organizations.
Students are expected to have the basic knowledge and skills to understand organizations and the challenges involved in their management to complement their training in their own discipline. To this extent, the Option provides students with basic knowledge about some of the functional areas of management: marketing, finance, management, and organizations.
Additionally, it seeks to awaken students’ interest in topics related to the management and manacgementh of organizations.
The Option is composed of five courses (15 credits) offered by the School of Management. Four mandatory courses (12 credits) and one elective course (3 credits).
|ADMI1102||Fundamentals of Administration and Management (Non Admi)||3|
|CONT1412||Financial Accounting (Non-accredited course)||3|
|ADMI2301||Fundamentals of Marketing||3|
The student can choose as an elective course any of the options offered.
Management has two options: Management and Entrepreneurship. As of 201620 Management coordinates the multidisciplinary option of Arts Management and Entrepreneurship.
Seeks to develop the student’s ability to identify business opportunities and structure and adequately present a business plan while being exposed to entrepreneurship as an alternative for professional development.
Its purpose is to promote broadly, access for students from different programs a systematic, creative, and careful reflection about the nature of entrepreneurship and the opportunities and challenges inherent in the Colombian environment of an entrepreneurial life choice.
The option in entrepreneurship promotes analytical rigor, experiences, skills, and relevant experiences to examine different business opportunities and thus develop greater creativity.
The Option comprises five courses (15 credits) offered by the School of Management. Four required courses (12 credits) and one elective course (3 credits).
|CONT1412||Financial accounting (non-accredited course)||3|
|ADMI3110||Entrepreneurship and innovation||3|
|ADMI2104B||History of Colombian Business Development.|
*The Business Plans and Innovation Workshop courses have Entrepreneurship and Innovation as prerequisites.
If a student enrolls in the management and entrepreneurship options, he/she must compensate for the Marketing Fundamentals and Accounting credits by taking an additional elective course.
Given the importance and development that the arts and culture sector has gained in the country, it has been considered necessary to strengthen the training of future professionals in the knowledge of the necessary management processes when Arts and Culture are a factor of value creation. Based on the above and the experience the School of Management and other academic units have been experiencing in these aspects, this option will be implemented.
Its purpose is to teach a set of knowledge, abilities, and skills to improve management processes to promote and strengthen the artistic and cultural field in the country. The emphasis in the option will be on aspects related to the basic concepts of management and marketing for these types of organizations and/or products or services.
The option comprises five courses (between 13 and 15 credits) offered by the Faculties of: Management, Arts, Design, Social Sciences, and Law. Two courses are compulsory in Management (6 credits), one elective course in Arts (3 credits), and two optional courses (6 credits).
Compulsory Courses (Two must be chosen)
|ADMI 3128||Cultural Management (mandatory)||3|
|ADMI3110||Entrepreneurship and Innovation *||3|
|ADMI3336||Marketing Culture and Arts *||3|
Students may choose one of these two courses provided it is not a required course for their major.
Optional Courses in Arts (choose one)
|CBCA-1155||Appreciation of Blues and Contemporary Rock||2|
|CBCO-1113||Art in Colombia||2|
|CBCA-1030||Art in the Age of its Globalization||2|
|CBCA-1035||Communication and Technology in Time||2|
|CBCA-1159||World Musical Cultures||2|
|CBCA-1029||The Artist and the City||2|
|CBCA-1160||Musical Memories of the 19th Century in Colombia||2|
|CBCA-1169||Music and Cinematography: History and Aesthetic Trends||2|
|CBCA-1128||Theater: Social Conflict, War and Reconciliation||2|
Elective Courses in Arts and Cultural Management: (choose two)
|ADMI1101||Fundamentals of Administration and Management||3|
|PERI1004||Digital Journalism and Multimedia||3|
|PERI1007||Film, Journalism and Culture||3|
|DERE3233||Music Law and Industry||3|
|DERE3246||The Fashion business||3|
|DERE3249(17600)||Art markets law||3|
|ANTR3160||Culture and Economics||3|
|ANTR2122||Ethnographic Documentary Production||3|
|DISE 1204||History of Design||3|
|DISE 2200||Visual Cultures||3|
|ARTE 1501||Scenography Workshop|
International academic exchange
The School of Management and the Universidad de los Andes have numerous exchange agreements. This allows students to spend part of their studies at important overseas universities and live an international experience.
The academic exchange programs allow students to take advantage of the agreements that the University has established with different universities and travel for a semester to one of the partner institutions, during which they take courses from their curriculum.
The application and selection processes for the exchange programs are coordinated and carried out jointly by the School of Management and the Internationalization Office of the University.
For more information about the process, please visit the Exchange Program website of the Internationalization Office. https://uniandes.edu.co/internacionalizacion/movilidad-academica-internacional/intercambio-semestral
The coordination of the program offers advice and support to its students in the preparation process when applying for international exchange programs.
This is the opportunity offered by the University and the School to its students to obtain a degree at Uniandes and at an allied institution where they finish their degree by taking the subjects of the latter semesters, interacting with other cultures and languages that strengthen the academic and professional development of our students.
Currently, the School of Management offers a double degree program with
Toulouse Business School:
Toulouse Business School (TBS)
Be taking or have passed at least Organizational Behavior (ADMI 1603), Strategy (ADMI 3502), Marketing Research (2302), Operations and Logistics (ADMI 2403), Investment Decisions (ADMI 2204), and Strategy (ADMI 3502).
Two semesters. Starts in the second semester of the year.
Each semester costs equivalent to one semester of Uniandes exchange (10% of tuition).
First semester of the year (spring in France). Travel to the following semester (fall in France).
To apply to this university, the language requirement is:
In addition to these requirements, it is recommended to consider all the other requirements required by the university when applying to this type of program. For more information, please refer to the website of the Internationalization Department.
In this program, students will be able to take a specialization within the framework of the French M2:
MSc. Management of Cultural and Creative Activities (FR)
MSc. Consulting and Strategic Management (FR)
MSc. Entrepreneurship and Business Development (FR)
MSc. Human Resources Management (FR)
MSc. Controlling and Risk Management (FR).
MSc. Financial Technology and Markets (EN) / Campus : Toulouse (semester 1) then Paris (semester 2) – Quota : 2 students
MSc. International Luxury Industries Management (EN) / Quota : 2 students
Application and selection
The application process for the double degree is a collaborative process between the school and the university’s Study Abroad Center. To learn about the documents and requirements to apply for the dual degree and begin an international academic experience visit the University’s Study Abroad Center website here.