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Cuban and Spanish universities to boost cooperation programs



CAMAGUEY, Cuba, Nov 23 (ACN) The University of Camagüey (UC) Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz(central Cuba) and the University of Cadiz, in Spain, signed a Framework Agreement of cooperation, with which they intend to promote several joint actions in research, degree, master's and doctoral programs.

The signing was done virtually in the presence of the rectors of both institutions, Santiago Lajes Choy and Francisco Piniella Corbacho, and took place as part of the 2nd International Scientific and Technological Convention of the Cuban institution, which is being held online until the 26th.

The general protocol of the aforementioned agreement will favor the preparation of works to be presented in scientific journals of interest, the participation of their professors in the direction and tutoring of PhD thesis and the organization of postgraduate studies courses.

On the other hand, there will be research stays for students and professors at the universities involved, as well as incentives for academic collaboration in different programs.

According to organizers of the event told the Cuban News Agency, in the context of the event, the UC will sign other collaboration agreements with universities in Mexico and Brazil, and explore new opportunities at negotiating tables such as the one held today with its counterpart in Münster, Germany.

Through the digital platform ClickMeeting, the activities of the Convention are carried out with a wide international participation of more than 370 foreigners from 23 nations, where China, the largest foreign delegation, is outstanding.

Amilcar Arenal Cruz, president of the Organizing Committee and vice rector of the University of Camagüey, pointed out that this is a magnificent space for scientific exchange and international collaboration, and has a co-sponsorship and eight sponsorships from international associations and institutions from Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Belgium and the People's Republic of China.

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