Many changes have arisen in recent decades in Latin American countries, each presenting different economic scenarios according to their political regimes, prevailing in some countries, like Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela identification with socialism with more moderate governments in their management and generation of changes in some than in others. Of course, the results achieved has been the product of management, leadership of each of its presidents, where without doubt the most significant achievements has been the President of Brazil Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva, who this country has consolidated power as the highest in Latin America. Of course, another dynamic leadership that has caused great turmoil in Latin America in search of a true integration that benefit all has been the administration of President Hugo Chavez, though his results have not been very favorable, especially in Venezuela, as in the present manifests a very turbulent scenario has generated much uncertainty and risk, affecting not only the business sector, productivity in the country, but to education, where national universities have lost their way towards academic excellence and research.
Indeed, that Latin America must pay close attention to the educational development of the Superior level, the postgraduate grant master’s degrees and doctorates, if you really want to start a development that favors him. Each country should evaluate your current role, actually in relation to the postgraduate who is offering not only to its nationals, but for foreigners, mainly those from Latin American countries, Central America and the Caribbean. We share with Victor Cruz Cardona, it is important to recognize, first, that the graduate is and will remain for a long time, a strategic tool for development, as demonstrated in countries such as Brazil and Mexico in our environment, where decisions State allowed to bet on the development of science and technology and in countries like India, Korea and Singapore, where the same decisions of state have become factors of economic growth, productivity, innovation and competitiveness.