President Fernando Leon Garcia, as well as Academic Vice-President Esther Mulnix, took part in the event...Faculty and students will be able to enhance their career development by obtaining a global and cross-cultural perspective that will prove useful in their areas of practice, especially in relation to the dynamics of the California and Baja California region,” Nealon-Woods said.
Nealon-Woods also explained that both universities are similar, particularly in that they not only seek to train professionals but to contribute to the community...University is one of the top private, not for profit universities in Mexico. University has evolved into a highly internationalized multi-campus system with 6,000 students in more than twenty undergraduate and graduate programs in Business, Engineering, and the Behavioral Sciences in Mexicali, Tijuana, and Ensenada. Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
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