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Cetys universidad, una opción para los dreamers deportados #Tecnologia

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La responsabilidad de las universidades es ofrecer a los jóvenes las herramientas necesarias para afrontar un mundo cada vez más globalizado y dinámico, para ello es importante reconocer esquemas en otras latitudes que mejoren la calidad, fomenten la innovación, y buscan una preparación socialmente sensible e internacionalmente competitiva.

Bajo esta premisa, el Centro de Enseñanza Técnica y Superior (CETYS Universidad) ha pronunciado su apoyo, al igual que otras instituciones de educación superior a lo largo del país, a los jóvenes de origen mexicano que fuesen deportados tras la posible revocación de la política migratoria del Programa de Acción Diferida para los llegados en la infancia (DACA, por sus siglas en inglés) a los Estados Unidos.

Con campus en Baja California, Mexicali, Tijuana y Ensenada, CETYS cuenta con una ubicación estratégica en la franja fronteriza, lo que le permitiría poder reubicar o acreditar a los estudiantes que estuvieran en búsqueda de continuar sus estudios en territorio nacional.

Estamos trabajando para llegado el momento y con sustento en calidad académica, pronunciar estrategias específicas (curriculares, administrativas e incluso financieras), para apoyar a los estudiantes deportados de los EUA, y de esta manera sobrepasar las barreras internacionales que pudieran suscitarse”, aseguró el Dr. Fernando García León, Rector de CETYS Universidad.

Una de estas estrategias es la participación de la institución en el Programa PUENTES de la Asociación Nacional de Universidades e Instituciones de Educación Superior (ANUIES) y la Federación de Instituciones Mexicanas Particulares de Educación Superior (FIMPES), que facilitará el ingreso de jóvenes mexicanos que viven y estudian en EUA y desean concluir sus estudios en instituciones de educación superior nacionales.

Se estima que en Estados Unidos hay unos once millones de indocumentados, de los cuales 6.5 son de origen mexicano y 1.7 son menores de edad.

De acuerdo con la Oficina de Ciudadanía y Servicios de Inmigración de Estados Unidos, los mexicanos ocupan el primer lugar entre el total de “dreamers”, jóvenes inmigrantes que llegaron a este país en la infancia. Mientras que el Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM) tiene un registro de 750 mil extranjeros en Estados Unidos en calidad de “dreamers”, de los cuales el 78 por ciento, unos 585 mil, son mexicanos y están en riesgo de ser deportados.

El Rector del CETYS señaló que, llegado el caso, podrán reubicar y/o re-acreditar los estudios de los alumnos para que puedan continuar con ellos en México, incluso tener acceso a las diversas becas con las que cuenta la institución.      Tan solo en 2016, el Centro de Enseñanza Técnica y Superior dedicó una tercera parte de su presupuesto para que 8 de cada 10 de sus estudiantes gozara de una beca o apoyo financiero para continuar con sus estudios.

La calidad de nuestros programas, respaldada por acreditadores estadounidenses, nos asegura que tenemos la capacidad de ofrecer una educación del mismo nivel de competitividad global que buscan los ‘dreamers’.  Lo importante es continuar creando puentes entre las fronteras que beneficien el desarrollo de los estudiantes”, detalló León García.

Actualmente, CETYS está catalogada como una de las mejores universidades del país. Además está acreditada por organismos supervisores de la calidad académica, tanto a nivel nacional, como internacional, ya que está avalada por la Federación de Instituciones Mexicanas Particulares de Educación Superior (FIMPES), la Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), la Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) y la Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

English:The responsibility of the universities is to offer young people the necessary tools to face an increasingly globalized and dynamic world, for it is important to recognize schemes in other latitudes that improve quality, foster innovation, and seek a socially sensitive and internationally prepared competitive.

Under this premise, the Center for Technical and Higher Education (CETYS University) has given its support, as well as other institutions of higher education throughout the country, to young people of Mexican origin who were deported after the possible revocation of the policy of the United Nations Deferred Action Program for Child Arrivals (DACA).

With a campus in Baja California, Mexicali, Tijuana and Ensenada, CETYS has a strategic location in the border strip, which would allow it to relocate or accredit students who were looking to continue their studies in the national territory.

"We are working to arrive at the moment and with support in academic quality, to pronounce specific strategies (curricular, administrative and even financial), to support the students deportees of the USA, and in this way to surpass the international barriers that could arise," he assured Dr. Fernando García León, Rector of CETYS University.

One of these strategies is the participation of the institution in the PUENTES Program of the National Association of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education (ANUIES) and the Federation of Mexican Institutions of Higher Education (FIMPES), which will facilitate the entry of young Mexicans who live and study in the USA and wish to complete their studies in national higher education institutions.

It is estimated that in the United States there are about eleven million undocumented people, of whom 6.5 are of Mexican origin and 1.7 are minors.

According to the United States Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services, Mexicans rank first among the total number of "dreamers", young immigrants who arrived in this country as a child. While the National Institute of Migration (INM) has a record of 750,000 foreigners in the United States as dreamers, of whom 78 percent, about 585 thousand, are Mexicans and are at risk of being deported.

The Rector of CETYS indicated that, as the case may be, they will be able to relocate and / or re-accredit the students' studies so that they can continue with them in Mexico, even having access to the various scholarships available to the institution. In only 2016, the Center for Technical and Higher Education dedicated a third of its budget so that 8 out of 10 of its students will receive a scholarship or financial support to continue their studies.

"The quality of our programs, backed by US accreditors, assures us that we have the ability to deliver an education of the same level of global competitiveness that dreamers seek. The important thing is to continue creating bridges between the borders that benefit the development of students, "said Leon Garcia.

Currently, CETYS is listed as one of the best universities in the country. In addition, it is accredited by academic quality supervisors, both nationally and internationally, as it is endorsed by the Federation of Mexican Institutions of Higher Education (FIMPES), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

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Cetys University, an Option for Deported Dreamers #Technology

The responsibility of the universities is to offer young people the necessary tools to face an increasingly globalized and dynamic world, for it is important to recognize schemes in other latitudes that improve quality, foster innovation, and seek a socially sensitive and internationally prepared competitive.

Under this premise, the Center for Technical and Higher Education (CETYS University) has given its support, as well as other institutions of higher education throughout the country, to young people of Mexican origin who were deported after the possible revocation of the policy of the United Nations Deferred Action Program for Child Arrivals (DACA).

With a campus in Baja California, Mexicali, Tijuana and Ensenada, CETYS has a strategic location in the border strip, which would allow it to relocate or accredit students who were looking to continue their studies in the national territory.

"We are working to arrive at the moment and with support in academic quality, to pronounce specific strategies (curricular, administrative and even financial), to support the students deportees of the USA, and in this way to surpass the international barriers that could arise," he assured Dr. Fernando García León, Rector of CETYS University.

One of these strategies is the participation of the institution in the PUENTES Program of the National Association of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education (ANUIES) and the Federation of Mexican Institutions of Higher Education (FIMPES), which will facilitate the entry of young Mexicans who live and study in the USA and wish to complete their studies in national higher education institutions.

It is estimated that in the United States there are about eleven million undocumented people, of whom 6.5 are of Mexican origin and 1.7 are minors.

According to the United States Office of Citizenship and Immigration Services, Mexicans rank first among the total number of "dreamers," young immigrants who arrived in this country as a child. While the National Institute of Migration (INM) has a record of 750,000 foreigners in the United States as dreamers, of whom 78 percent, about 585 thousand, are Mexicans and are at risk of being deported.

The Rector of CETYS indicated that, as the case may be, they will be able to relocate and / or re-accredit the students' studies so that they can continue with them in Mexico, even having access to the various scholarships available to the institution. In only 2016, the Center for Technical and Higher Education dedicated a third of its budget so that 8 out of 10 of its students will receive a scholarship or financial support to continue their studies.

"The quality of our programs, backed by US accreditors, assures us that we have the ability to deliver an education of the same level of global competitiveness that dreamers seek. The important thing is to continue creating bridges between the borders that benefit the development of students, "said Leon Garcia.

Currently, CETYS is listed as one of the best universities in the country. In addition, it is accredited by academic quality supervisors, both nationally and internationally, as it is endorsed by the Federation of Mexican Institutions of Higher Education (FIMPES), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).


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