American Universities Visited UNC

American Universities Visited UNC

Inverse mission UNC Córdoba

Representatives of American universities visited the National University of Córdoba within the framework of an initiative launched by the Government of the Province of Córdoba. [16/08/2017]

Academic officers from the University of California, the University of Northern Colorado, the Flagler College and the City University of New York held work meetings with the Spanish and Latin American Culture Program (PECLA)'s staff and the UNC's International Relations Office authorities.

Officers in charge of international cooperation and directors of language centers and academic departments visited our university within the framework of an inverse mission organized by the Government of the Province of Córdoba, via ProCórdoba and Córdoba Turism agencies, jointly with Grupo de Turismo Idiomático de Córdoba (GTICba). 

Carla Suhr (University of California, Los Ángeles, Florida), Teneisha Ellis (University of Northern Colorado), Eugenia Charoni (Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida) y Bárbara A. Clark (City University of New York, College of Staten Island), Mirian Carballo (International Relations Secretary, UNC), Sonia Bierbrauer (PECLA's Executive Director), Gabriela Avalle (International Mobility and Cooperation Director).

The activities aimed at expanding ties between academic institutions of the United States and those of the Province of Córdoba. On this occasion, apart from visiting the UNC, the academic officers also visited Universidad Blas Pascal and Universidad Nacional de Villa María (the office located at the city of Córdoba).  As a result, they gathered information about the options available in our province for students who seek to learn the Spanish language and the culture of Argentina and Latin America.

Representatives of American universities visited today the National University of Córdoba within the framework of an initiative launched by the Government of Córdoba Province.

The UNC participates in Córdoba’s Province’s development of idiomatic tourism through the Spanish and Latin American Culture Program. PECLA is unique in its kind among national universities, thus placing itself in a privileged position from the academic perspective. As part of the internationalization process of Argentina's higher education, the program, which depends on the International Relations Office, pursues the aim of positioning the UNC as an academic center of excellence worldwide.