University, Higher Education & MBA
The Panama International Hotel School
Associate Degrees in Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management as well as Hospitality and Restaurant Business. Additional programs include professional and executive hospitali training and certification. Located at the Ciudad del Saber in Clayton.
Columbus University College of Medicine and Health Sciences
Basic sciences, pre-medical, clinical training USMLE exams, continuing medical education offered. Recognized by WHO, ECFMG, IMED; ISO 9001-2000 certified. Financial aid available. Edificio Vigamar I, Avenida Justo Arosemena and Calle 39 in Bella Vista.
TEC de Monterrey
Private, non-profit multi-campus university system based in Mexico. International sites and offices offer continuing education programs and projects. Panama office located in the Ocean Business Plaza (Torre Banesco), Floor 14, Office 10 in Marbella.
Quality Leadership University
Private university represents graduate and undergraduate programs from several American universities; in-state pricing available. Bachelor of Science in Marketing, Business Administration, Management, Masters programs available. Calle 45, Bella Vista
Georgia Tech Logistics Innovation & Research Center
Offers a Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering (in conjunction with its Georgia campus) as well as several executive courses and certifications in supply chain management. Research focuses on models of country-level logistics capabilities.
International School of Medical Sciences
Graduate level courses in medical training and education. Basic sciences and clinical program offered. Accredited by CONEAUPA, University of Panama, Ministry of Education,
Free online courses for students and professionals. Biology, accounting, foreign languages, science.
Universidad Catolica Santa Maria la Antigua
Courses for a doctorate in social sciences, rights, humanities, business, engineering and technology, architecture and design; with specializations in international and commercial business, finances, higher management. Via Ricardo J. Alfaro.