Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM, initials in Spanish) and St. Augustine College announced an agreement to promote the access to university education to students who have a UNAM bachelor’s degree through the online program.
This bachelor’s degree will be accepted as an equivalent of a high school diploma in the United States for admission to St. Augustine College.
A part of the agreement includes scholarships granted by St. Augustine College and collaboration in other education areas such, as special courses in English. “We are very excited with this agreement, which opens opportunities so our students are able to continue their university education,” said Dr. Javier Laguna, UNAM Chicago director.
“This initiative fits with our mission of serving as a bridge towards a better future for our community and collaborating with institutions like UNAM in this area,” declared Andrew Sund, St. Augustine College president.
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