Álvaro Carlos Avelar López, mayor of Amecameca, noted the importance of this collaboration
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27 of April 2016 12:56:14
Jorge Olvera García, rector of the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico (UAEM), signed several general cooperation agreements with the Amecameca, Atlautla, Ayapango, Chalco, Juchitepec, Tepetlixpa and Tlalmanalco municipalities in the context of the First Activities Report of Ranulfo Pérez Garcés, director of the UAEM Amecameca University Center, in which he reiterated his administration's support to all the young people interested in participating in foreign exchanges with other educational institutions.Olvera García said that these agreements will allow for professional academic exchanges, the development of research and other advanced studies, and will let university students conduct their social services and professional practices. The documents will also allow different academic and professional services such as mutual assistance, technical support, the exchange of bibliographic and audiovisual materials and access to databases, in order to strengthen academic services to support teaching and research.Speaking to university and municipal officials, Olvera García recognized the efforts of State of Mexico Gov. Eruviel Ávila Villegas, because thanks to these agreements between institutions and their boost to public education, the UAEM is ranked among the best education institutions in the country.Álvaro Carlos Avelar López, mayor of Amecameca, noted the importance of this collaboration, which is aimed at consolidating the development of this region of the State of Mexico. He was accompanied by Atlautla Mayor Mauro Sánchez Marín, Ayapango Mayor Mariana Elizabeth Piedra Bustos, Juchitepec Mayor Alejandro Martínez Rueda and representatives from the Chalco and Ozumba municipalities.Finally, Olvera García said that the UAEM Amecameca University Center has established itself as the best option for higher education in the region, after nearly 30 years of existence, by offering quality undergraduate and graduate programs, and serving more than 1,400 students.