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Cuba-US exchange journalism student

A dozen journalism students and professors at the Fullerton University of California prepare to travel in the fall to Havana as part of an exchange program made possible by the thaw in relations between the US and Cuba, reported on Monday the digital portal 89.3KPCC. Read More

US business universities are eager for Cuban students

Institutions of higher education as the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business are eager to attract fresh talent from a market out of their reach until now. Read More

Cubans on the island can study in the US

Two college entrance exams will soon be offered in Cuba to study in the United States, which shows the interest of the educational institutions of that country to recruit future students of the communist nation, reported on Wednesday the Wall Street Journal. Read More

The University of Havana ranks 83rd among the best 300 institutions in Latin America

The University of Havana is the only institution of Cuban higher education system included in the top 100 list in Latin America according to the QS University Rankings for the region that is published for the fifth consecutive year. Read More

El Nuevo Herald: US journalism course in Cuba irritates Castro government

About 30 Cubans sit in a conference room for several hours each week and learn the ABC of journalism: how to report a story, write a headline and verify sources. Read More

It will be held in Havana Convention of Engineering and Architecture

The Polytechnic José Antonio Echeverría Superior Institute (CUJAE) held in Havana from November 24 to 28 the Convention of Engineering and Architecture. Read More

Master's Program in Cuba Receives International Award

The Universidad de Oriente Biotechnology Master's program today received the Ibero-American Quality Award for Post-Graduate and Doctoral Programs Read More

'Floating university' docks in Cuba for first time in nine years

A cruise ship sailed into Havana harbor this morning with 568 American college students on board, officially ending a nine-year hiatus from Cuba's shores. Read More

Catholic Church opens business classes in Cuba

Cuba's Catholic Church says it has launched classes aimed at training aspiring entrepreneurs to open and run small businesses permitted by the country's new program of economic reforms. Read More

Cuban daily blasts teachers who charge fees for tutoring

Cuban Communist Party daily Granma complained Friday that some salaried teachers are breaking the law by charging fees for individual tutoring. Read More

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