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University Feb 20, 2019

Relationship agreements with the University of Lille in France are reinforced

A collaboration agreement was signed between the UANL Biomedical Engineering program and the University of Lille.

During the penultimate week of February 2019, the visit of the highest authority of our house of studies to France is carried out, this with the slogan of renewing the collaboration agreement that had already been created with the University of Lille a couple of years ago .

Mr. Rogelio Garza Rivera, Rector of the UANL; Dr. med. Edelmiro Pérez Rodríguez, Director of the Faculty of Medicine and University Hospital “Dr. José Eleuterio González ”; Mr. Jaime Castillo Elizondo, Director of the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; and Dr. C. Rodrigo Enrique Elizondo Omaña, Deputy Director of Undergraduate Studies of the Medical and Surgeon Degree, are the representative authorities of the Autonomous University of Nuevo León.

Likewise, the host authorities of the University of Lille are the engineers Francois Oliver Seys, Vice President of International Relations, Philippe Cordonnier, Director of Internationalization and Jean Francois Bodart, Professor and Vice Dean of International Relations.

This relationship begins with the mobility of the first generation of students of curricular exchanges to this university; Brenda Catalina Rodríguez Díaz and Edna Elizabeth Montiel Labastida were selected, both of the tenth semester of the Medical and Surgeon career of the Faculty of Medicine.

This alliance with the very important and world-class institution will allow to increase double degree careers, in addition to working together in the areas of medical, chemical, biomedical and industry 4.0.

For this purpose, a collaboration agreement was signed between the UANL Biomedical Engineering degree program (created between the Faculty of Medicine and FIME) and the French university.

Always with the mission of improving the educational offer and agreements for the benefit of our student community.