The thirtieth edition of the Latin American Complutense School comes to an end in Buenos Aires
The thirtieth edition of the Latin American Complutense School (ECL) came to an end on 18 March at the University of Buenos Aires. 300 students from 14 countries and 40 professors from the Complutense University and the aforementioned Argentinean public university have participated in the 10 courses that have been held since Monday, 7 March.
The closing ceremony was attended by Ann Andrés Arias, Director of the UCM General Foundation, José Luis Graña, Director of the ECL and others.
The Complutense Latin American School began 15 years ago with the aim of establishing academic, scientific and professional links with universities in Latin America.
The ten courses studied at this edition of the school were conducted by the same professors as those arranged two years ago. Two weeks of intense training allowed teachers and students to share knowledge in many different fields and disciplines, such as the environment, biotechnology, law, sociology, community education, language and gender issues, and medicine. This will stimulate a new awakening of interest and synergy that will surely continue to spread in the times to come.