Members of Auprica
- San Judas Tadeo
- Universidad Hispanoamericana
- Universidad Fidélitas
- Universidad Rural de Guatemala
- Universidad San Pablo de Guatemala
- Universidad Galileo
- Universidad Panamericana
- Ave María University
- Escuela Agrícola Panamericana El Zamorano
- Universidad San Pedro de Sula
- Ave María University
- Universidad del Valle
- Universidad de Ciencias Comerciales
- Universidad Columbus
- Universidad Andrés Bello
Higher Education in Latin America: The International Dimension
The Internment Dimension of Higher Education in general responds to the challenges of globalization. The interdependence of modern-day economies and societies profoundly influence higher education, and this in turn helps shape the globalization, through teaching, research and other services.
Today, universities need not only recognize the conceptualization of globalization, but also to consider students as part of a multicultural society. Institutions of higher education achieve this objective by a multidimensional and comprehensive strategy, including institutional internationalization and involvement in issues and global partners.
No university can merely depend on future training of students and professions, they also have an obligation to support developing countries and address options in the job market. This has nothing to with neglecting the spirit of universal learning at Universities, it has to do with the ability to contribute to the integral formation of being human, and the need to offer students a professional career and to be able to perform permanently after leaving the academy.
The university is a company in which knowledge is growing in all its forms and the result is the development, direct or indirect, of social groups, within a situation that was already created thanks to generational change, and that allows the assessment of skills and training as it is trying to produce self-reliant and creative individuals.
One of the fundamental tasks of the University is the assessment of which professions will see a decrease of career possibilities, which will remain unchanged, which ones will be re-allocated, and which industries will be created, so that, in one way or another, they can meet the demands of countries and regions. Factual sciences, information sciences and technological advancement,
They must provide relevant courses of interest and attention, devote their space, time, and economic support for effective development, while maintaining a balance by offering courses on the social sciences including human behavior and courses that address relationships with ethics and morals.
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