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UNGE will join North West Africa Network of Universities


The rectors and representatives of universities from countries such as Morocco, Senegal, Cape Verde, Mauritania, Mali, Madeira, Azores, Equatorial Guinea, together with universities from Las Palmas de Gran Canarias and Laguna de Tenerife, have signed a manifesto on the creation of an network of universities in North West Africa and Macaronesia.

The main aim is collaboration on the development of African countries in higher education, through projects and workshops, and initiatives such as KA107-Erasmus, which finances the stays of researchers who are studying for a doctorate, and Euro-African university cooperation in order to strengthen internationalism (KA2-CAURI).

For her part, the consul gave a presentation on the University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE), in which she revealed the importance of our university belonging to the created network (UNWAM), as Equatorial Guinea is a Spanish-speaking country and belongs to the Macaronesia region.

The ULPGC, founded in 1989, has 14 faculties, 36 departments, 11 research institutes, and a science and technology park. In addition to cooperation with European countries, it has partners in more than 40 African universities, among them that of Equatorial Guinea.

On the photo: The consul during the event

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