232 international students began their academic semester in the Universidad de los Andes, Colombia. 78 had enrolled for master´s degrees and 154 for undergraduate programs.
The majority of international students are from France (53), followed by Germany (23), Denmark (17), Portugal (16), the United Kingdom (12), Italy (10), and there are also students from Holland, Australia, the United States, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Japan, Canada, Norway and China. There are also 43 Latin American students.
There are 66 international students in the Faculty of Business Administration, 45 in the Faculty of Social Sciences, 37 in the Faculty of Engineering, 22 in the Faculty of Design, 15 in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, 14 in the Faculty of Economics, 10 in the Faculty of Law, 7 in the Faculty of Sciences, 3 in the Faculty of Education, 2 in the Interdisciplinary Centre for Studies on Development, 2 in the School of Government, and 9 visiting students.
Yadira Mogollón, head of Academic Mobility, which is part of the Office of Internationalization in the Vice-Rectory for Academic Affairs, states that the university offers five programs through which undergraduate students can take part in academic exchanges.
She commented that, “As well as students expanding their knowledge during their degrees, they also have the opportunity to find out about other cultures and ways of life, learn a foreign language, and more generally develop on a professional and personal level.”
The university will offer further and executive education courses, formal and corporate programs, and host regional and international events in Cartag
The alumni from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities did the directing, music, and animation themselves. The film was shown at Berlin.
Lina Espinosa, who is a professor at Los Andes, was invited to three events in Nantes and Rennes to celebrate the France-Colombia year.
- Los Andes will be represented in the Latin Grammy Awards: a total of four professors and alumni have been nominated
- The Uniandina who broke work paradigms
- Los Andes and Harvard Business School record accounts from entrepreneurs
- Semester with a record number of foreign students
- MOOCs: a free, high-quality option to continue studying