The ambassador in Chile, Guarequena Gutiérrez, met this Friday with representatives of the IPG Professional Institute to learn about its academic offer and scholarships, in addition to a tour of its facilities, in order to sign in the coming days, an agreement of discounts and other benefits for those interested in starting or completing their professional studies.
For the Venezuelan envoy it is very important to create the instances that allow the good performance and success of Venezuelans in Chile, and the main concern of her administration has been to eliminate barriers for those who are already inside the country, understanding that migration deadlines are slow, due to the great demand that currently exists.
Gutiérrez was received by the director of the Headquarters Erwin Vega Venegas in his office. Vega said he was very enthusiastic about this strategic alliance and explained how the IPG has been concerned about offering a cutting-edge service and quality that has allowed them to have 3 years of accreditation.
This agreement is managed and promoted by the Career Head of the School of Technology and Industrial Processes, Yrsi Rondón, who as a Venezuelan understands very well the processes experienced by Venezuelans who have decided to make Chile their second home, to progress and evolve for their own benefit and that of the country.