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Cuba to Train Elementary School Teachers

Havana, (Prensa Latina).- About 10,000 Cuban students are currently interested in entering Teachers Training Schools at the 2010-2011 school year beginning in September, said authorities from this sector.<br /> Read More

Cuba to Reopen Career in Geophysics

The José Antonio Echeverria Higher Technical University located in Havana will reopen the Career in Geophysics in the coming academic year. Read More

Cuba Adjusts College Admission to Needs

Cuban educational authorities today announced that admission to university will be in accordance with the needs of the economy, and they anticipated a decline from previous years for the course 2010-2011. Read More

University admissions to stress curricula that will help boost the nation's economy

University admissions this year will depend on &quot;the needs of the nation's economy for the formation of professionals,&quot; said René Sánchez Díaz, director of Admissions and Placement of the Higher Education Ministry, as quoted by the daily Juventud Rebelde.<br /> Read More

Changes in the education system benefit economy

Now that almost 7 000 teenagers are not longer boarding full-time students but day students, the Cuban province of Camagüey saved more than 3,5 million pesos in transportation last year. Read More

Tampa en Martí will include tobacco leaves from Robaina tobacco plantation

The book Tampa en Martí which will come to light soon under the Vigía publishing house, from Matanzas, will include in its design tobacco leaves from the Alejandro Robaina tobacco plantation, the best tobacco producer in Cuba, says AIN. Read More

Latin American School of Medicine enrollment in Cuba reaches 10,000

The Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM) in Cuba is now 10 years old, and has an enrollment of 10,000 students from dozens of countries, who are studying to be doctors without any cost for their families.<br /> Read More

World Sciences Congress in Cuba

A conference dedicated to bring new generations closer to the knowledge of educational exact and natural sciences will start on Tuesday in this capital in the presence of experts from eight Latin American countries, Europe and the United States. Read More

Cuba Attends Computer Forum in India

Cuban Deputy Minister of Information Technology and Communication Boris Moreno was honorary guest on Wednesday at the opening ceremony of INDIASOFT2010, an event on information technologies in which experts from around 50 countries are participating. Read More

Cuban Stars in World Indoor Athletics

Since Cuba's first participation in World Indoor Athletic Championships in 1985, many brilliant stories have been written by our leading figures. Read More

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