The UCI is a school of academic, scientific and revolutionary training, and more than 15,453 national and foreign undergraduate students have graduated from it, in addition to 460 professionals who hold master’s degrees and doctorate degrees in science.
Among its objectives are to enhance the link between jobs with state-owned companies, this projection allowed more than 200 economic firms in Cuba to have access to their IT solutions.
In addition, the UCI plays a vital role in promoting digital transformation in the nation, through high connectivity and digital solutions.
The center advocates closer ties between science and innovation, which is why undergraduate students develop projects with high added value, which allow them to take ownership of professional experiences to use in their working lives.
In this sense, Rector Raydel Montesino noted the remains, challenges and problems to be undertaken in the 20th anniversary of the institution, while Alicia Alonso, deputy minister of Higher Education, pondered the work of teachers and students of the prestigious university.