Universidad Veracruzana

International Office

29 Enero, 2013 Autor:chsegovia

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Dear Visitor,

Universidad Veracruzana (UV) is a public higher education institute, located in the state of Veracruz, Mexico and distributed through five campuses, Veracruz-Boca del Río, Orizaba-Córdoba, Coatzacoalcos-Minatitlán, Poza Rica- Tuxpan and Xalapa.  Founded in 1944, UV has from its conception held a strong social vocation and commitment to the community of Veracruz, responding to the needs of regional development.

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The university is recognized nationally and internationally as a leading higher education institute and our academic community work to provide a quality service and excellence in teaching, research and the many activities carried out to benefit education and culture.

 

We welcome you to our website and look forward to hearing from you with any questions you may have about Universidad Veracruzana and the opportunities it offers.UV is open to the world and maintains relations for international cooperation, academic collaboration, exchange and mobility with higher education institutions and organizations in Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia.

 

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www.uv.mx/internacional/en

Scholarships and Mobility
This department is in charge of identifying and promoting scholarship options so as to make sure information reaches the target academic entities. The purpose is to contribute to the improvement of professional training of both faculty and students.

 

International Cooperation
This department is in charge of promoting, assisting and following-up all international and national cooperative actions in which Universidad Veracruzana is involved.

 

Coordination of Programs and Services
This department is in charge of assisting participating authorities, staff, faculty and students as well as receiving visiting authorities, faculty and students in international programs and mobility.

 

School for Foreign Students
Offers formal and non-formal education both local and visiting academic staff and students in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign language, Spanish language to all levels and a vast range of courses on Mexican history, art and culture.

 

 

 


Sincerely,

The International Relations Team