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Honduran university to start fashion design course in 2015

Central American Technological University

The Central American Technological University (UNITEC) in Honduras would be initiating the first ever bachelor’s degree in fashion design in the country from the 2015 academic year, with the aim of stimulating creativity and developing skills of young Hondurans who aspire a career in fashion. The information of initiating the fashion design course at UNITEC from 2015 was announced during ... Read More »

University of Technology makes inroads into secondary schools

University Of Technology

The University of Technology (UTech) is making inroads throughout secondary schools across Jamaica, collaborating to provide preparatory courses to students for matriculation into tertiary-level programmes. The initiative, which has been ongoing for several years, has now earned UTech a strong presence in several high schools and community colleges throughout Westmoreland, Hanover, St James and Trelawny, and St Ann. UTech works ... Read More »

Nicaragua: Free computers for 30,000 students

Computers

Program offers computers with educational applications to children at 104 schools in low-income neighborhoods.  At least 30,000 students from low-income neighborhoods in Nicaragua now attend school with more than just pencils, notebooks and dreams in their backpacks. They also have computers. Since its creation in 2009, the One Laptop per Child program, which is being carried out by the Zamora ... Read More »

Costa Rica signed a loan for $200 million for education

University of Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s government signed a loan of 200 million awarded by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) for the state system of higher education. The loan “is very well designed, conceptualized and aligned with the key objectives in terms of coverage, with more determination towards the knowledge society and innovation,” said Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla in a ... Read More »

Projects in Education, Food and Health adopted to boost regional development

Nicaragua Universities

The eighth summit of heads of state and governments of the PetroCaribe regional energy integration bloc concluded in Nicaragua after adopting new projects to boost regional economic development and social investment in the fields of education, food and health. During the summit’s closing session, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said that the objectives of the forum were largely met in favour ... Read More »

Nicaragua to Host Central America, Caribbean Mathematical Olympiads

Math Olympiads 2013

Nicaragua prepares to receive students from about 13 countries, who will participate in the fifth edition of the Central America, Caribbean Math Olympiads 2013. The event, schedule from Jun 22 to 30, will take place in this country due to its performance in last year contest in El Salvador, where Nicaraguan team finished with un gold medal, a bronze and ... Read More »

Consulate teams up with Mexico university to offer distance counseling

National Autonomous University of Mexico

In a pilot program between Mexico’s Yuma consulate and a Mexican university, area residents of Mexican nationality will be able to receive psychological counseling on the Internet. Professionals from National Autonomous University of Mexico, that nation’s oldest and one of its most prestigious institutions of higher learning, will provide distance counseling in the project that the Mexican government is debuting ... Read More »

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