Monday , August 8 2022

Mineduc is committed to moving students from U. del Pacífico


Campus estimates losses of $ 8,122 million over the last three years.

Nothing pleased the students of Universidad del Pacífico with the action plan presented yesterday by the authorities in the unit of the ministry of education (Mineduc). The students, who pointed out that they expected concrete measures, found that there are still no solutions to their unsafe situation in the short term.

Department of Education Department of Education Department Juan Eduardo Vargas explained that they still see possible solutions to the problem that emerged this week and that the agreement they reached with the school authorities would be to seek "the opportunity" to sign agreements with other universities so that they can move their students in the best possible conditions in 2019. "

In addition, Vargas added that "the university must ensure the correct completion of the 2018 academic year. Besides students who choose to continue, the continuity of education must be guaranteed." In parallel, it is important to note that we have opened an investigation, which may lead to the decision to request the education board to revoke the official recognition of this institution. "

Mineduc investigation procedures have not set dates and may last for several months.

According to data from Universidad del Pacífico's financial situation, the loss amounted to USD 4,481 million by 2015. In 2016, the figure reached $ 1,582 million; and in 2017, $ 2,059 million, a total of $ 8 122 million.

Universidad del Pacífico belongs to the Julio Ortúzar Rojas Foundation, and in 2017 it lost accreditation after renouncing its renewal. It was the beginning of the uncertainty, although the economic crisis became apparent after a Colombian investor had neglected, who did not inject the resources he had committed.

This triggered internal chaos in early November, according to student leaders, and in the past two weeks, about 15 officials from senior positions saw.

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