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Tijuana. – The Rio District Government Center offices that have been donated to Baja California Autonomous University (UABC) will begin educational activities in September as a New University Center for Health Education (CUES) and will receive up to 1,130 students from the College of Health Sciences, according to a report by the dean of the highest House of Studies, Daniel Octavio Valdes Delgadillo.

“We are expecting about 1130 places designated for the health field, about 1130 places for doctors, nutrition, nursing and dentistry. If all goes well and we can finish the business, because we have to make some adjustments,” Valdes Delgadillo said: “An investment of 120 million pesos starts in August. It will be on the next call. “

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The building project that will be the University Center for Health Education (CUES) includes 20 classrooms for up to 40 students each, two audiovisual rooms, one of which has already been built, a dental services clinic with access to the public and a library with computer labs and radiographic laboratories. Specialized areas, medical areas, student booths, cafeteria, and teachers ’offices.

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