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MEXICAN STUDENTS PRESENTED WITH UMH ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES


The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) presented its undergraduate-, master-, and doctoral-level educational opportunities to hundreds of Mexican students during the Study in Spain fair, held November 8-9 at the Casa de España in Mexico City, which gathered more than 40 Spanish universities.

Over two days, Deputy Vice Rector for International Relations, José Luis González, and Agustín Mingorance, from the Service of Communication, resolved doubts raised by hundreds of Mexican students who stopped by the UMH booth. Many of these students were able to “visit” this university with virtual reality headsets that offered spectacular 360o views of the UMH.

Many students also participated in a drawing for two UMH baseball-inspired jackets. In addition to meeting with students, and to strengthen links with Mexican institutions, internationalization representatives from Mexican institutions also received first-hand information about the Miguel Hernández University.

The fair was inaugurated by the Ambassador of Spain to Mexico, Juan López-Dóriga, a collaborator from the Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education (SEPIE), Manuel Lucena, and the General Secretary of the Ministry of Education for Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, Valenciano Luis Cerdán, who was particularly interested in hearing about the internationalization plans the UMH has in store for Mexico.


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9 November 2018 and