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Wed, 22 Aug 2018 14:29 - Updated Wed, 22 Aug 2018 14:29

Angolan students return from Cuba

Luanda - At least 133 Angolans who completed graduation in various specialties this year in Cuba returned Wednesday to the country.

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Angolan graduates

Photo: Clemente Santos

Angola and Cuba cooperation dates back to several years, with stress to education field.

The new graduates attended a six-year training in Cuba, started in 2012.

The new graduates, from several Angola’s provinces, attended the training mainly in the areas of health, engineering and pedagogy, according to a source from the National Institute of Scholarship Management (INAGBE).

Arrived in Luanda graduates in medicine, computer engineering, electronics, biology, pedagogy, electronic telecommunication, law.

The newly trained students were received at airport by INAGBE technicians, family members, friends and former colleagues.

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