The UPEACE Centre for Executive Education is located in the University for Peace, established by the General Assembly of the United Nations
Educating in Changing Times: Reflect, Rethink and Rebuild
4-week online course
Starts July 20, 2020
Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Social Change
6-week online course
Starts August 24, 2020
Live Virtual Workshops
2 hours workshop
Starts July 16, 2020
2 hours workshop
Starts July 23, 2020
Starts August 18, 2020
Costa Rica Campus
* Onsite courses are on hold due to COVID-19 until Costa Rican Government allows gatherings. Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want us to include you in the waiting list for a particular course.
At the Centre, we offer transformational educational experiences that are dynamic and engaging while inspiring our participants to have a positive impact in our interconnected world.
OUR GLOBAL CLASSROOMS
Cutting edge research-based courses tackle themes that are extremely relevant to both professional and personal spheres. While facilitators who are experts in their respective fields provide the space and structure to engage participants to develop their vision for the future.
Are you a member of a university looking for the ideal location to inspire your students to make a difference in the world? We’ll work hand-in-hand with you to develop a customized course on the beautiful University for Peace campus, as well as targeted field visits. See how it works here, or contact us directly to learn more.
We offer a variety of field courses, workshops and seminars to foster professional development in the areas of leadership, education and social enterprise. Most seminars are held on the beautiful campus of the University for Peace, situated on 300 hectares of protected land surrounded by nature.
The Centre for Executive Education, overlooking Costa Rica’s lush Central Valley serves as an idyllic setting for engaging with others and reflecting on the positive change you want to make. The Centre is located 30Km Southwest of San José, within a natural reserve composed of a secondary forest and the last remnant of primary forest in the Central Valley of Costa Rica.
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