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Cuba’s central Cuban university expands international collaboration

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Cuba’s central Cuban university expands international collaboration

Ciego de Avila, Jun 16 (Prensa Latina) The Máximo Gómez University of this central Cuban province has signed more than a dozen international agreements with teaching centers in Latin America and Europe.
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The director of International Relations at the Ciego de Avila institution, Oruam Cádex Marichal, pointed out that the objective of the collaboration answers to the premise of raising the academic and scientific quality of the university community, in order to continue helping the development of society.

He explained that it is also of interest to strengthen cooperation and work alliances in various areas that will help the growth of the economic and social process of the community.

Today, the professors are focused on positioning themselves in high-impact virtual academic platforms and are setting up a laboratory to give lectures, since some Mexican universities are requesting the experience of professors from Avila in the fields of law and psychology, he said.

The Máximo Gómez University maintains relations with scientific centers and universities in Mexico, Spain, Romania and France.

Since its foundation in September 1978, it has signed close to 200 agreements with academic institutions in more than 20 countries.

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