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Definitely as he points out, the graduate remains a priority for our region to the extent that economic growth, welfare and social cohesion depend on the capacity that they have to generate, transfer and apply knowledge responsibly. relevant innovative and we must therefore not surprising that Victor Cruz Cardona, director general of the Ibero-American University Graduate, states, in Latin America is still incipient formation of professionals with Masters and Doctorate degrees. If we compare with the developed countries are lower in proportion of one to ten. The Latin countries that have the highest indicators in postgraduate courses are: Brazil, Mexico and Argentina in Latin America learned to educate people but we need to be innovative a “he added,” If we are not able to create knowledge connected to generate economic and social environments will be difficult to get ahead. By the same author: