Last Thursday, December 2, the TecnoCampus was visited by the teacher Daniel Galli, for the National University of the Northwest of Buenos Aires (UNNOBA, Argentina). A collaboration agreement was signed with this university last year, and Professor Galli's visit aimed to begin to specify the terms of the collaboration.

The first field in which the collaboration will begin is in Mechanics and Electronics, where from next year there will be exchanges of students and teachers in both directions. There was also talk of the possibility of online internships by students from Argentina.

The Universidad del Noroeste de Buenos Aires also teaches Computer Science, Audiovisual Communication and Nursing, areas in which collaborations similar to those of Mechatronics will soon begin.


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