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More than 550 students in the UNIA Summer Courses

The Headquarters of Santa María de La Rábida of the International University of Andalusia (UNIA) the programming of the Summer Courses 2022 with more than 550 students enrolledamong the 18 courses held from July 11 to 28.

The director of the Rabideña Headquarters of the UNIA, Agustín Galán, highlights “that the balance is clearly positive, surpassing pre-pandemic data both in number of students and in overnight stays in our residence, and attendance at concerts above 300 people every day”. But if something is the data most valued by the entity, it is undoubtedly the “high degree of satisfaction of the students and teachers who have participated in this edition”.

The participation of foreign students also stands out, with 26 students coming, fundamentally, from Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Portugal, but also from other countries such as Morocco, Cuba, Colombia, Chile and Bolivia, which reflect the high historical link of this Headquarters in particular and in general of the UNIA with these countries.

As for the Open Culture cyclethe nine scheduled concerts have had an audience of 2,900 people in total, which makes an average of just over 300 people per concert

The Director of the Headquarters also thanked the collaboration of the institutions that have participated in the courses, such as the University of Huelva, the Cepsa Foundation Chair of the University of Seville, the Huelva Port Authority, CENTRA, the Juan Ramón Jiménez Foundation, and the Arroyomolinos de León City Council. , Palos de la Frontera City Council, Huelva Provincial Council, CITES, Andalusian Institute of Historical Heritage, Huelva County Denomination of Origin, AlmaNatura Foundation, Atlantic Copper Foundation, Territorial Delegation of the Ministry of Education and Sports in Huelva, AIQB, Association For The Progress Of The Direction (APD), and UGT-FESP.

More than 550 students participate in the UNIA Summer Courses

The director of the Rabideña Headquarters of the UNIA, Agustín Galán.

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