Three students of the Technological University of Ciudad Juárez (UTCJ) will travel to Canada and France to carry out professional practices and further their studies, according to the professions they study at this institution, “La Casa de los Toros Bravos”.
Diana Villasignor Hernandez, in charge of the Department of Internationalization and Languages at this university, stated that the students who benefited from the international movement are Jose Eduardo Laracella Campos, Luis Killian Chavez Santiago, and Ruben Holguin Cortez.
Villasignor Hernandez announces that through the Institute of Innovation and Competitiveness of Ciudad Juárez and UTCJ, through the EPEX program, a vacancy has been released for Safran to implement a six-month residency in France as a component and support of the SAP system.
José Eduardo Laracilla Campos applied for this call, and was selected after passing a series of interviews with company managers in Ciudad Juárez and two others in French.
Laracella Campos, who studies mechatronics in the field of automation, will travel to France to work temporarily for six months as a Technical Analyst at Safran Power Electric in Toulouse.
In the case of Luis Killian Chávez Santiago and Rubén Holguín-Cortez, the young men were selected to study at the University of Regina in Canada, through an assessment process that included language testing, reasoning speech and an interview with emerging leaders. In the Americas Program (ELAP), launched by the Canadian Embassy and targeting Mexican and Caribbean students.
In the case of Luis Killian Chávez Santiago, a mechatronics student in the field of flexible manufacturing systems, he will be moving to Canada to train in an elective program at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, and he will take career-related classes such as coding, manufacturing processes, technologies, and more.
The young man invited his colleagues to go to the Department of Internationalization at the Technological University of Ciudad Juárez, to participate in these exchange programs that allow them to discover new places.
In turn, Ruben Holguin-Cortez, who studies innovation in business and marketing, will travel to Canada to further his academic training according to his education profile, also at the University of Regina.
The student commented that he applied for the invitation because he wanted to get the experience of studying abroad and getting to know new cultures, and he also explained that in order to be accepted into the exchange program, he had to write a letter of reasons that he wanted to stay in.
Through this residency, young people will also have the opportunity to learn about other cultures and expand their view of the world. The Rector of UTCJ, Carlos Ernesto Ortiz Villegas, congratulated the three students on their achievements and wished them success in this. a new stage of their academic preparation.
“These exchanges represent an invaluable opportunity for our students to gain new experiences and knowledge, and I invite you to make the most of this opportunity and to represent our university with pride,” said the university president.