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Universidad CAECE Mar del Plata
Buenos Aires, Argentina


University description (as per official university website)

CAECE University is an institution of higher education privately owned, with full recognition, founded in 1967 in the current City of Buenos Aires. In 1998 he established the branch in the city of Mar del Plata with permission from the Ministry of Culture and Education's Ministerial Resolution No. 1.568/98.

In 1999, the University CAECE begins to make its new home in the university at the time demanded by the community of Mar del Plata, in its cycle of articulation, for graduates of tertiary courses.

Headquarters in Mar del Plata University settled in the building at the corner of Gascon and the Mar del Plata Olavarria Communitty College which was opened in 1994 combining the traditional with a modern chalet recycled building erected on the land boundaries that was designed specifically to be used for educational purposes at the top level.

In 1999 they began to issue degrees in Systems, Business Administration and Marketing, and joint degree in Tourism.

Subsequently, the range of university courses was extended and adapted to the needs of the city and the surrounding areas.

In 2000 Mar del Plata Headquarters began to develop a research and development with the objective of incorporating the technologies of communications and information to education that led to the provision of online services for the subjects face and the academic activities proposed distance mode dictated entirely online.

Our values, beliefs and aspirations are reinforced by the daily work of all members of our school community. Together we work to build our educational model.

In our educational model is the student who assumes responsibility for maintaining academic decisions such as priority ethical and moral values of a college student. Education is structured around the acquisition of knowledge and skills and attitudes that complete and comprehensive continuing education.

Consider it essential to promote self-management and planning capacity, and the attitude to cope and adapt to the different social, cultural and economic model requires a knowledge society. Plans quarterly printed study materials and a dynamic flexibility from day imposes a challenge to students in planning their study.
An adequate knowledge and management tools that we offer the technologies of communication and information are excluding not only the course of university life, but for professional development. Internet makes possible the investigation into the academic and professional issues in ways unthinkable before, but this is not enough, then developed a process of analysis and development presentations showing a solid professional knowledge and technology management.
Mastering a second language is considered a prerequisite for any professional college because the occupation is increasingly being framed in an integrated world. In addition, the Internet allows access to large volumes of knowledge and a high degree of updating in other languages such as English. Education turned into a continuous process requires a systematic review and updating from current and reliable sources.

The Student Affairs area covers services that accompany the students during their stay in the institution, and later as graduates. Its objectives and activities are ambitious and will be gradually implemented due to the short life that has established the University in the city.
The whole area of Student Affairs works in a fully integrated, covering an important role in student welfare. It has an annual economic aid program for those who meet the requirements of ad hoc legislation, and provide counseling for students presenting various scholarship programs at other institutions.

The Training Area is intended to bring students to the labor market, according to different types of contracts, so as to enrich their experiences and increase their knowledge. In turn, both students and companies involved in the organization give us a vital informational input to fit the profiles of the various races.

The Educational Guidance Service complies with the counselor role (counselor) so as to assist students who require restraint by not integrating the environment, have difficulties in the study or simply take a decision in choosing a job, including tasks. The integration of Student Affairs in the professional mode is further shaped by different cycles of lectures, called "Let ...??, and organized in relation to the needs that are identified in our student population.

Every year foreign students are enrolled in subjects in a career in the field of interest, and also organized study tours for our students to perform various activities with institutions or programs with which agreements have been concluded. These agreements cover not only the local, regional and national but also international, and also with institutions and organizations not only in education.
Study tours, characteristic of the institution, give students the opportunity to enhance the educational experience. Every year Tourism students organize for themselves, and for other careers travel to attend conferences, exhibitions, workshops or activities designed especially for managers and / or careers coordinators and teachers.

A highlight of which was fed the headquarters of the University was the link that existed through the Bolsa de Comercio de Mar del Plata with the various productive sectors of the city. Link that enhances and facilitates the realization of a large number of hours of practice of students in various local enterprises, especially in those races where the workforce has a greater willingness, as in the case of Tourism, Hospitality and Public Relations. This allows the graduate possesses, in addition to academic degree, specialization in certain areas of the profession and the more experience and confidence about the role to play.

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