The website of the first university founded by the Cuban Revolution in 1967, reflected the signing of a Framework Agreement on Academic, Scientific, and Cultural Cooperation and a Specific Agreement on Academic Mobility of Students, Teachers, and Non-Teachers.
It also highlighted the presentation of the main lines of research of the UC, and its various international programs, including the VLIR project with the University of Gent, Belgium.
The Cuban academic institution’s web page highlighted that ‘the Universidad Nacional Autónoma Altoandina de Tarma works to train leading professionals, generators of scientific knowledge, technological and humanistic development at the service of the Junin Region and the country.’
At present, the University of Camagüey keeps 164 agreements around the world, including more than thirty with counterparts in the first world, with countries such as Spain, Mexico, and Canada stand out.
The insertion of 18 professors in various academic networks exemplifies the high quality of the academics of the institution, integrated into the Ibero-American Postgraduate University Association (AUIP), and recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and whose objective is the promotion and development of postgraduate and doctorate studies in Ibero-America.