FUNIBER and UNEATLANTICO sign strategic agreement with the company UEASI EDU&TECH Co., Ltd.

FUNIBER and UNEATLANTICO sign strategic agreement with the company UEASI EDU&TECH Co., Ltd.

The president of the Iberoamerican University Foundation (FUNIBER), Dr. Santos Gracia Villa, signed a collaboration agreement with the Chinese educational group UEASI EDU&TECH Co., Ltd, forging strategic alliances for the promotion and dissemination of higher education.

In an exciting event that reflects the growing importance of international partnerships in higher education, FUNIBER and the Universidad Europea del Atlántico (European University of the Atlantic, UNEATLANTICO) have signed an agreement with UEASI EDU&TECH Co., Ltd., a company focused on educational technology based in China. The signing ceremony was attended by the President of FUNIBER, Dr. Santos Gracia Villar, and the legal representative of the Chinese company, Sun Junting. In addition, UEASI EDU&TECH CEO, Dong Chen; strategic consultant, Yulong Jiang; and UNEATLANTICO’s Director of International Relations, Dr. Mónica Gracia, have been present.

This strategic agreement lays the foundations for a solid and fruitful collaboration in the field of higher education, research, and educational technology between FUNIBER, UNEATLANTICO, and UEASI EDU&TECH. The parties involved have expressed their enthusiasm for the prospect of sharing knowledge, resources, and experiences to enrich global education and foster the internationalization of education.

The signing of this agreement underscores the growing relevance of international relations in the field of education and the importance of ties with China for higher education worldwide. China has become an epicenter of educational and technological innovation, and this collaboration will strengthen FUNIBER’s position as an institution committed to promoting quality higher education worldwide.

Dr. Mónica Gracia, Director of International Relations at UNEATLANTICO has highlighted the importance of this strategic alliance, stating that “education transcends borders and enriches all nations. This agreement will allow us to broaden our perspectives and provide more educational opportunities for our students.”