The private university Domingo Savio once again spreads its wings to offer new possibilities to its students with the signing of the institutional cooperation agreement with South Florida International College, SFIC.
In Miami, Florida, on August 29, 2022, Carlos Cuéllar Aguilera, National Provost of the UPDS and Iris Salinas, representative of South Florida International College, signed an agreement so that students from the university located in Bolivia can study in the United States.
South Florida International College offers an attractive proposal with a wide variety of programs at the technical, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Among the most important benefits offered is that the student can choose the study modality that best suits their time, online and hybrid; In addition, these programs are taught in both English and Spanish.
The programs offered by South Florida International College are:
- Associate Degree in Business Administration
- Associate Degree in Digital Marketing
- Associate Degree in Medical Administrative Billing and Coding
- Associate Degree in Network Technology and Applications Development
- Associate Degree in Paralegal Studies
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration
- Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology
- Bachelor of Science in Digital Marketing
- Master’s Degree in Business Administration
“We are very happy with this agreement and we are sure that our student community will take advantage of the opportunity to study abroad”, mentions Carlos Cuéllar, National Provost of the UPDS.
In addition to making it possible for Bolivian students to study in the United States, this agreement also seeks to promote international student mobility, cultural exchange and academic information; the formulation of joint investigations and the exchange of academic personnel to carry out courses or seminars. "This agreement makes available to the entire student community residing in Bolivia, program alternatives, whether at a technical, bachelor's or master's level, that are appropriate to their times and most importantly in both languages," says Iris Salinas, representative from South Florida International College.