Cuba promotes continuing education

University access in any of the three modes of undergraduate study (daytime courses, courses for workers and distance learning courses) remains a subject of much interest to students finishing high school and their families.

This situation is not unknown to officials at the Ministry of Higher Education as, beyond individual aspirations, it is closely linked to the demand for professionals for the future development of the country.

Today, encouraging entry into “cursos por encuentro” – courses scheduled on weekends or evenings, for workers or adults seeking to continue their education – as well as distance learning courses, is a strategic priority. Those entering these modes of study are expected to help meet the demand for economic, technical and agricultural professionals.

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