The project will start in March 2024, reports the General Rector of the University of Guadalajara, Ricardo Villanueva Lomelí, who is happy that this is the first time that the university has Latin students outside the territory of Jalisco. “We have students outside of Jalisco, even if it’s virtually,” he said.
Villanueva Lomelí reflects on the role of universities in a future that is increasingly uncertain, and emphasizes that The university of the future must be a university “faster, to update their study plans and not every fifteen years. A university that can be here (California) and that can be in Guadalajara.
He announced that this project was carried out in an alliance with Arizona State University in a shared building, to develop work teams.
This certification program seeks to bridge the educational gap in Southern California’s Hispanic community by providing them with digital skills for life and work through academic micro-credential courses that are highly preferred by those employer when hiring staff.
she first course, called Family Business, It is available for a thousand people to register in its first phase, which is virtual, and those who manage to finish successfully can participate in the in-person training camp (bootcamp) that will be held in March 2024 at the Herald Examier Building, headquarters at Arizona State University (ASU) in Los Angeles.
The programs are designed in a flexible way so that anyone in the Hispanic community can get them, since there are no age limits, schooling or language requirements, since they are offered in Spanish or with English subtitles to make them easier.
For his part, the Rector of the Virtual University System, Carlos Iván Moreno Arellano, explained that the first three certifications to be launched are “Family business”, for taking care of personal and business finances, in addition to growing that culture of entrepreneurship. . the Professional Certificate in Information Technology Support, and finally, the Certificate in Data Science and Innovation.