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University of Camagüey will receive Chinese graduates in Spanish-Literature



Camagüey, Oct. 25 - Around 60 students from the University of Foreign Studies of Hebei (UEEH), in China, will attend a year of the Bachelor's Degree in Spanish-Literature at the Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz University, Dr. C. Yailé Caballero Mota, director of Foreign Relations at the university, reported Thursday.

The news was known during the assessment in the foreign institution of a series of new proposals to finalize the opening project of a Double Degree in that specialty and the presentation of the career´s curriculum and its faculty.

“This will be a great opportunity to have a significant and strong presence of Chinese students in our institution, because those students will pass their first three years at the University of Hebei, taught by UC professors, and then finish their bachelor's degree in our university”, explained Caballero Mota.

On their part, the directors of the prestigious Asian college, headed by its rector Sun Jhianzong, valued the study program proposal by Camagueian professors as very positive and highlighted the performance of eight teachers who, between 2018 and 2019 have taught the Spanish subject in that foreign institution.

Caballero Mota also said that in these days of debate on international cooperation between the University of Camagüey and Hebei, the projection of new cooperation efforts between both institutions was also discussed, as well as the creation of the International Institute of Artificial Intelligence Research in that Chinese province.

The development of this center will enhance postgraduate training, scientific production with high international visibility, will allow research to be converted into trading products and services, and will impact society and economy, as well as the training of specialists in that branch and related disciplines. (Alexei Nápoles González / Journalist in Communication Management at the University of Camagüey) (Photo: Granma Archive)