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September 2013 Newsletter for the General Coordination of Cooperation and Internationalization, featuring Mexico as the Country of the Month.

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    • UADY Global General Coordination of Cooperation and Internationalization UADY Global September2013 Volume 1, no. 1 UADY, within its effort to develop an institutional internationalization proyect, has created UADY Global with the purpose of incorporating under the same concept the many activities that the university is partaking in within its various substantive areas and functions; activities that may be of interest to foreign institutions so that they can establish academic partnerships and research through partnerships or strategic alliances. Similarly, UADY Global seeks to project to the university on a global level to acquire greater presence and visibility as an institution of social importance and relevance to local, regional, national and international. UADY Global acts as liaison between universities, students, researchers, and other organizations, that are found throughout the world and have an interest in the Autonomous University of Yucatán. Our main purpose is to provide the necessary information in a clear and concise manner, in at least the English language (besides Spanish), that users are looking for and strengthen and promote cooperation ties between UADY and international organizations. Our identity as a university project is reflected in our logo that imitates the union of two hands confirming our commitment to students, academics and other institutions worldwide. We want UADY Global to be an area of academic and cultural convergence, and that is why from September 2013 we are at your disposal through our webpage to continue strengthening the bonds of global cooperation that are already established and new opportunities academic and international research projects. We would like to extend an invitation to the university’s community to participate in this new project of international collaboration through their questions, comments and suggestions. General Coordination of Cooperation and Internationalization News from UADY Global During the month of July CGCI Coordinator, Andres Aluja, and the university president, Alfredo Dájer, visited China for the meeting of the directors of the Confucius Institute. During this meeting, 20 scholarships were granted for short stays in China for students from Confucius Institute at the Autonomous University of Yucatan.
    • Country of the Month: Mexico Mexico is one of the countries with the largest cultural tourism in the world. The cultural, geographical and historical wealth of our country can be seen broadly through its tourist destinations, cuisine, architecture, traditions and everything that conform the people. Mexico has a vast supply of archaeological sites. Among these sites are amazing settlements such as Tulum, Chichen Itza, Palenque and Monte Alban, of which some are recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You can enjoy the crafts produced in some of the cities in Mexico where the creation processes remains intact from centuries and that are transmitted from generation to generation. Similarly, you can admire the creations in black mud in Oaxaca, musical instruments in Paracho, Michoacan, leather goods in Guanajuato and colorful crafts of indigenous peoples such as the Huichol. Far and wide across the country are hundreds of places with their churches, municipal palaces and kiosks. You can admire the colonial architecture, historic buildings and libraries, silent witnesses of the development of the life of Mexico. Mexico has one of the richest cuisines in the world. Their proposals are different from region to region and pre-Hispanic ingredients fused with European influence brought by the Spaniards after the conquest. The Southeast of Mexico The Southeast Region of Mexico has great potential, with its 1338.14 Km of coast bathed by the Pacific Ocean and totaling over 2,600 by the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. The potential inherent in the coastal areas has specific and measurable benefits in areas such as tourism, logistics and commercial development. The development of this potential has resulted in the existence of important tourist destinations of Mexico to international markets such as Acapulco and Mayan Riviera. This region has a great geopolitical importance, its direct connection to Central America through Chiapas, and its backbone status among the states of North and South of Mexico, through the State of Puebla. For a quick overview of Mexico you can see the following video: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=3jBUZHsuGgE&hd=1 Page 2 UADY Global
    • France receives UADY students María Ricalde Cural, Abraham Echazarreta Moreno, Josué Omar Verduga Dorantes and Christopher Guadarrama Moreno, students of the Faculty of Economics at the Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY), traveled to France in mid-August for a two-year stay at the University Toulouse, under the Toulouse Latin America Economics program (PETAL), with support from the French and Mexican governments, the later channeled through the Consortium of Mexican Universities (CUMEX). This was reported by Andrés Aluja, general coordinator of Cooperation and Internationalization at UADY and Eraclio Cruz Pacheco, academic secretary of the Faculty of Economics, adding to a total of 14 students performing academic campus stays of two years in a college nes- tled in an important economic and industrial area of France. It should be noted that this is a program that will give them a double degree. For this edition, there were 36 students involved of the 28 member institutions of CUMEX of which 20 were selected. These are the students of the UADY, who previously were prepared in learning French and have overall minimum average of 85 out of 100 points in as their average grade. Part of the process was carried out in Mexico City, in the French Institute for Latin America where IFAL members successfully interviewed the submitted two projects training and development. The projects were also evaluated by CUMEX academics, and representatives of Toulouse and the French government. " They carry the representation of UADY, the state, the region and the country, they do their best to make up the name of our institution," said Aluja Schunemann who announced that for the next besides students of Economy and International Trade, students of Law may participate as well. With this, the commitment of UADY shows itself through open new scenarios for learning and application of knowledge to university students, so that they get a comprehensive education and thus promote their personal and professional growth. Mobility Tips If you decide to apply to the mobility program you must meet certain requirements to be sure that you are eligible to apply to the process. Depending on the curriculum you study, and that the rules of your Faculty permits it, you must have covered 60% of total credits Volume 1, no. 1 of your degree program or 25% of the graduate program. We invite you to approach the person in charge of mobility in your faculty or the Coordination of Integral Attention to Students at UADY so you can inform yourself on this and other requirements to partic- ipate in the mobility program of the university. Page3
    • Mobility Agreements of UADY in México The Autonomous University of Yucatan has several agreements at the national level that allow students, both of our institution and institutions in other states, to conduct academic stays. Some of the national networks of mobility that has UADY agreement are:  Page 4 Consortium of Mexican Universities (CUMEX): CUMEX's mission is to build a strong alliance of quality higher education. They are aided in this purpose by a group of experts in seven areas of knowledge and a team of distinguished personalities from academia and professional advisory board. Institutions that participate in CUMex share the vision of a common higher education flexible and good quality, socially relevant to the major problems facing Mexico and the challenges posed by globalization and the knowledge society XXI century.  National Association of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education (ANUIES): The National Association of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education, since its founding in 1950, has participated in the development of programs, plans and policies, as well as the creation of agencies oriented in the development of Mexican higher education. ANUIES is a nongovernmental association that unionizes to major institutions of higher education in the country, whose common denominator is their willingness to promote their overall improvement in the fields of teaching, research and extension of culture and services. The association is composed of 175 universities and higher education institutions, both public and individuals around the country.  Common Area of Higher Education (ECOES): The purpose of ECOES is to establish a national educational space that allows joint efforts to raise academic standards, strengthen education and public duty as a task for the benefit of students, academic communities and participating institutions. The ECOES is also a promoter that seeks to extend the proposal to include this effort to other universities. For more information on national associations to which the University belongs consult: http:// www.uadyglobal.uady. mx/en UADY Global
    • Mobility Agreements of UADY in México Some of the national universities where UADY students can go for academic stays are:  Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de  Puebla Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de  Universidad de Colima Ecatepec  Universidad de Guadalajara  Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes  Universidad de Quintana Roo  Universidad Autónoma de Baja California  Universidad de Sonora  Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás  Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila  Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León  Universidad Autónoma de Campeche  Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de   Chiapas  Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro  Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí  Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa  Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas  Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas Did you know… ...México “advised” the creators of Google during their early projects? Mexican professor of Stanford University, Héctor García Molina; advised the doctoral thesis Volume 1, no. 1 of the then students and later founders of the search enterprise that later gave us Android Larry Page y Sergey Brin. Professor García is also and adviser for Yahoo! Page 5
    • General Coordination of Cooperation and Internationalization Address: Km. 1 Carretera Mérida-Tizimín tramo Cholul C.P. 97305. Telephone: (999) 928-2711 Extension: 1351 “Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.” ― Terry Pratchett We are online www.uadyglobal.uady.mx For more information you can contact the following people: Coordinator Andrés Aluja andres.aluja@uady.mx Interinstitutional Relations Alfredo Ramírez raraiza@uady.,x Foreign Students Gabriela Quintal aquintal@uady.mx UADY and National Students Norma Navarrete ndemara@uady.mx