Cuban and Spanish Institutions Sign Memorandum in Academic Area

Cuban and Spanish Institutions Sign Memorandum in Academic Area
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7 October 2022
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Havana, Oct 7 (RHC) Representatives of the University of Granada, in Spain, and the Cuban Translators and Interpreters Services Team (ESTI) signed Thursday in that Iberian city a memorandum of understanding for the development of academic, cultural, and scientific relations between both institutions.

The Cuban Foreign Ministry's website reported that the agreement was signed by Rafael Dausá Céspedes, general director of ESTI, and Pilar Aranda Ramírez, rector of the University of Granada.

The communication states that the memorandum will last for four years unless one of the parties notifies its wish to the contrary before the foreseen date.

The agreement will promote the exchange of personnel by allowing university faculty to visit the team of translators for teaching purposes for a specified period.

In addition, translators and interpreters will be able to receive training at the University of Granada through academic stays for undergraduate and graduate courses.

In addition, it was agreed that meetings will be held periodically between the two parties in the field of translation and interpreting, to exchange experiences and knowledge.

This collaboration scheme will appoint a Joint Commission, made up of a representative from each place, which will establish the specific programs, by the statutes and economic possibilities, and will monitor their implementation and possible improvement. (Source: ACN

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