From 7 to 18 March 2022, the twelfth Latin American Complutense School organised in Argentina will be held in Buenos Aires.
The opening ceremony took place at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and was attended by the rector of the Complutense University, Joaquín Goyache; Alberto Barbieri, rector of the UBA; José Luis Graña, director of the Latin American Complutense School, and the dean of the Faculty of Economics of the UBA, Ricardo J.M. Pahlen. In this edition of the School, 300 students of 14 different nationalities have enrolled.
In his words, Rector Joaquín Goyache recalled that this Latin American Complutense School, which is already the thirtieth to be held across the continent, was to take place in March 2020, but had to be suspended due to the onset of the pandemic caused by COVID-19.
As for the School itself, the UCM Rector noted that ten courses will be taught in areas such as Dentistry, Law, Economics, Politics, Biology, Climate Change, Regional Integration, Philology, Literature, Art, Pharmacy and Education. In these courses, “both the UBA and UCM professors and the rest of the teachers participating in this activity will once again put all their effort and enthusiasm at the service of the dissemination of knowledge and the training of those who today demand this knowledge that complements formal training even more”.