Through the collaboration agreement between FUNIBER and the European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO), Mali students will study the Undergraduate in Computer Engineering
As a result from the collaboration agreement between FUNIBER and UNEATLANTICO, being the latter an educational institution that takes part in the University Network, in which the Foundation collaborates, Mamadou Traore and Adama Diabate have moved to Santander (Spain) to start the Undergraduate in Computer Engineering.
The collaboration agreement between FUNIBER and UNEATLANTICO seeks to promote, in those countries where the Foundation has established its headquarters, as in Mali, that people can access quality university studies, in order for them to have a continuous training and train the best professionals.
These students from Mali, are not the first ones to study in our university, since other students from Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Cameroon, among other countries, are already attending some degrees offered by the European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO), thanks to the collaboration with FUNIBER.
With this initiative, FUNIBER extends its commitment with promoting access to quality higher education,without any distinction or discrimination.
You can watch the interview to the students from Mali that UNEATLANTICO has conducted via the following link:
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