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.
"Four Cuban students will sit on June 27 in Havana for the English Test as a Foreign Language, a standardized test required for admission to non-native speakers in many universities in the US, UK, Australia and other countries", according to the nonprofit Educational Testing Service, which administers the exam.
The Educational Testing Service also said it plans to offer the GRE General Test, a verbal entrance exam of quantitative reasoning and analytical writing, to be held in Cuba in early October.
"The exam takes place in Cuba as a response to the demand of American universities seeking to attract Cuban students after relations between United States and Cuba to be normalized", said Jose Santiago, GRE business director at the Educational Testing Service.