Luis Alfredo Baena Riviere is Granted an Honorary Scholarship at Columbia University

As one of the top students of the program, Columbia University grants Luis Alfredo Baena Riviere an Honorary Scholarship.

Online PR News – 26-July-2016 – Bogota,Cu,Columbia – After earning a Master of International Affairs degree at the Columbia University in New York, NYC, Luis Alfredo Baena Riviere had just become the recipient of a prestigious, honorary scholarship. This recognition is only granted to the very top international students of the school, at any given year. As the MIA curriculum requires, the scholarship was awarded to a person who finished the course and therefore capable of seeing and understanding the intricacies of international relations while identifying even the smallest of connections regarding transnational issues. Those who earn this degree can lead real-world establishments with large international portfolios.

The core values of this particular course rest on the individuals’ ability to recognize the importance of certain international issues. The course asks the students to not only develop but to be able to show a certain level of proficiency that can only be associated with persons with great commitment and knowledge in the field. The school’s famous Capstone workshop is a huge help in that mission. It provides a platform of genuine thrill by offering the students the opportunity to have real-life tasks to deal with, all while still learning the process. This is what makes the MIA program of Columbia University so unique. There are other establishments around the world (and in America as well, of course) that allow their students to learn by helping out real companies with real assignments, but there are very few with such a diverse program. At the Columbia University – with special emphasis on the Capstone program - the students can actually take on assignments from all three major sectors, and that is a huge plus compared to other programs. Whether a student gets assigned something from the non-profit, public or private sectors, they are almost guaranteed the opportunity to grow, and get closer to understanding the peculiarities of international relations.

After completing the Master of International Affairs course at Columbia University, Luis Alfredo Baena Riviere is very excited, but also incredibly honored to accept this Honorary Scholarship from a prestigious establishment like Columbia University.

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