Andrés Ayala and Daniela Estefan studied Kinesiology at the University of Talca in Chile. They arrived in Medellín in the first semester of 2017 with the purpose of completing their double degree in the Physiotherapy program.
"The double degree to my professional life gives it a plus, in addition to the experience of knowing and knowing how the health system care is developed in another country," said Andrés Ayala.
Daniela Estefan for her part added that what she liked the most about CES University was the permanent accompaniment of both the teaching team and international relations, as well as the quality of the institution's staff.
With them there are already five students from the University of Talca who come to do their double degree at our alma mater. Similarly, from the Faculty of Physiotherapy, there are four students who have traveled to obtain their double degree degree at the Chilean institution.
Sara Truque, coordinator of the Physiotherapy undergraduate, considers that these mobility activities are important for the faculties, as she states that: "It is a way of demonstrating the internationalization of the curriculum and of demonstrating that international standards are met, in addition to expanding the labor outlook for our graduates".