The days of study, commitment, and sacrifice of more than 1,200 students from the University of Matanzas will receive their greatest reward as part of the graduation ceremony corresponding to the 2023 academic year.
The celebration of the graduates and family members took place at the Sauto Theater, National Monument, and was attended specially by the members of the CCP Central Committee, the first secretary of the Party of the Province, Susely Morfa González, Governor Mario Sabines Lorenzo, and other Party leaders, the government, and the House of Study of Yumurina.
In recognition of the careers of the students and the results of the studies that concluded the exercises, the Board of Directors of the University of Matanzas awarded the gold title to 68 students. For their participation in scientific conferences and award examinations, about 35 young people received the Scientific Merit Award.
Likewise, the University Student Federation of Yumurina Academy recognizes the students who continue their outstanding work to face COVID-19 in the years 2021 and 2022.
The Board of Directors of each faculty and the university as a whole also reward graduates with a relevant career in each of the components that contribute to their academic training.
In the half-century since it was founded, the University of Matanzas has graduated more than 57,500 students, including nearly 1,500 from 59 countries on the American, Asian, and African continents.
The commitment to continue contributing to the scientific heritage of the House of Higher Studies and the economic, political, and social development of the province from the new trenches continues the strength of the generation of university students in 2023.