Cooperation networks

CES University considers as a priority the importance of promoting the solidarity internationalization of Higher Education through the creation of cooperation ties with prestigious universities and institutions from different parts of the world.

Our University has been linking itself to different cooperation networks, participating in joint initiatives of teaching, research, innovation, extension and continuous exchanges of students and teaching staff.

To formalize an agreement:

North America and Europe
Dinah Roll Vélez
Teléfono: (574) 444 05 55 ext. 1113
e-mail: dvelez@ces.edu.co
Skype: drollv

Other institutions in Colombia, Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean
Karen Arbeláez Luna
Teléfono: (57) (4) 444 05 55 ext. 1147
e-mail: karbelaez@ces.edu.co

We invite you to know our cooperation networks:

  • CECIF
  • FIP
  • Red CYTED
  • ACEQF
  • Asfamevez
  • Comvezcol
  • Amaze them
  • Fenavi
  • Meeting of Researchers of Livestock Sciences
  • ACOFANUD - Colombian Association of Nutrition Faculties
  • Waste to Energy Advisory Council
  • Observatorio de la Great Charter of Universities
  • Netux
  • University Company State
  • Departmental Committee ONDAS
  • Malaria Research Coordination Network
  • Network of Legal Clinics and their Conciliation Centers of Antioquia
  • Colombian Association of Parasitology
  • Association of Interventional Cardiologists ASOGRECAth
  • Table for innovation and competitiveness of the Department of Antioquia
  • The word mental health survey initiative – Health care policy
  • The WHO World Mental Health Surveys International College Student Project (WMH- ICS)
  • Sectional Committee on Safety and Health at Work / Ministry of Labor Antioquia regional office
  • Latin American Alliance for Assistive Technologies
  • ASCOFAPSI Network of Researchers in Psychology
  • School Coexistence Alliance
  • Bullying Research Network
  • Latin American League for the Study of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) LILAPETDAH
  • E-MENTAL HEALTH FOR DEPRESSION: LATINAMERICAN EXPERIENCES MIDAP – CONICYT / México, Colombia, Chile
  • “Latin American Network for Psychotherapy Process
  • National Tribunal of Professional Ethics for Veterinary Medicine TRINADEP
  • Latin American Society of Minimally Invasive Veterinary Surgery SLCMIV
  • Urabá Norte Technicians Association ATUN
  • Professional REP Liaison Network