Colombia and Spain agree to make access and State tests for higher education more flexible | #InThePress
Both countries agreed to recognize the high school diplomas of applicants from the other country, as well as the mutual recognition of the State tests: Saber 11 (Colombia) and EBAU (Spain).
This was agreed today after the signing of an agreement signed by the Colombian Minister of National Education, Aurora Vergara Figueroa, and the Spanish Ministers of Universities, Joan Subirats, and of Education and Vocational Training, Pilar Alegría.
Thus, as of today, students from Colombia and Spain who have completed their secondary education studies and passed the State exams in their country of origin will be exempted from validating their diplomas and taking the entrance exams for higher education in the other country.
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