from the press release:
“St. Lawrence College Senior Vice President, Advancement and Business Development, Gordon MacDougall and Raul Martinez Hernandez, President of the National Association of Technological Universities of Mexico (ANUT) today signed a Letter of Intent that will make it easier for students and educators in both countries to study abroad.
The new agreement will expand on existing joint projects between St. Lawrence College and Mexican Polytechnic Universities such as co-op studies, exchange of academic material and scholarships for Mexican teachers to learn at St. Lawrence College.
Mexican Polytechnic Universities will also explore dual credentials and joint credential programs with St. Lawrence.
St. Lawrence College has been working with Mexican Universities for several years. This year, the College is hosting three Mexican students studying in diploma programs and 19 students involved in a pilot project through a partnership ANUT.
The National Association of Technological Universities of Mexico represents 114 Polytechnic Universities across Mexico.
Almost 1400 international students are enrolled in St. Lawrence College programs in Ontario this year. An additional 400 students are taking St. Lawrence College programs in China.”
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