An settlement between the schools of Mexico and Camaguey that can promote social and veterinary sciences (+ images)

Camaguey, June 9. – A brand new cooperation settlement was signed head to head between the College of Camaguey (UC) Ignacio Agramonte Loñaz and the College of Latin America (UDAL) in Mexico, opening the agenda of the Rector of the College. College of California, Santiago Lajes Choi Physician of Sciences, through the second day of his visits to Mexican establishments.

“Because of the assembly, we realized that Universidad América Latina is fascinated about exchanging college students and professors, particularly in veterinary drugs, psychology, regulation and social sciences,” stated Yailé Caballero Mota, Physician of Science, Director of Worldwide Relations on the agramontina graduate college.

This settlement, which was concluded on-line through the Third Worldwide Scientific and Technological Conference of the College of California, will encourage the alternate of specialists, publications, tasks and joint analysis, amongst different actions that contribute to bettering the standard of training in each facilities.

The College of Latin America affords academic companies to individuals who wish to prepare as distinguished professionals, with ethics of management and professionalism, by updating research plans and applications and utilizing cutting-edge educating methods, supported by superior technological tools.

“The President of the College of California held a gathering with Margarita Flores Marquez, Basis Director of the Secretary of Innovation, Science and Know-how of the State of Jalisco, through which the Minister expressed his full assist for the cooperation between the upper training establishments of Jalisco. In every programmed work with the College of Camaguey, Caballero Mota defined.

As a part of the convention, the Worldwide Coaching Institute of Mexico promoted the administration of the signing of a framework settlement between the Postgraduate Home of Cuba and the Technological Institute of Queretaro. (Textual content: Alexei Nápoles González / Universidad de Camaguey) (Photographs: Courtesy of the interviewee)