SAETA and UNSA renewed their collaboration agreement

SAETA and UNSA renewed their collaboration agreement
SAETA and UNSA renewed their collaboration agreement

The president of SAETA, Claudio Mohr together with the rector of the National University of Salta, Daniel Hoyostoday signed a collaboration agreement through which both institutions coordinate actions aimed at the application of the Free Pass in that student group.

The rubric was developed in the rectorate of the University, a space from which both authorities agreed in highlighting the importance for students of being able to count on free bus fare. “At SAETA we are going to continue working towards the training of young people and adults, understanding that the path is education, which puts us in the position of caring for and ensuring this benefit that we provide year after year,” said Mohr.

For his part, Mr. Hoyos pointed out that “each year there are about 43,000 students who receive the Free Pass, about 60,000 at the beginning of the school year. Most of our kids need this Pass which, added to the assistance provided by the university in its dining room, guarantees them being able to continue with their studies and develop their career without major setbacks.”

Also present was the Secretary of Technical Cooperation and International Relations of the University, Carolina Romano Buryaile, who indicated her satisfaction at being able to renew this agreement that will result in such an important benefit for the entire university community, much more taking into account the certainty that this represents. benefit to our.

The agreement also establishes the optimization of controls regarding the granting of the Student Free Pass, the exchange of registers informing the lists of enrolled students, among other points.


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