Sint Maarten’s educational entity considers student enrollment in ASCA

Representatives of an educational organization from the island of St. Maarten visited the Higher Academy of Aeronautical Sciences (ASCA) in the interest of arranging the admission of students from St. Maarten to the course offered by the specialized center of the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC).

The delegation of the Stichting Voortgezet Onderwijs van de Bovenwindse Eilanden (SVOBE), a non-profit governmental educational organization of St. Maarten, was received by the director of the ASCA, Clara Fernández, together with Vanessa Byas, Technical Coordinator; Milvio Pérez, in charge of the Aeronautical School; Gerónimo Vargas, in charge of Registration; Marisela Orozco, in charge of Admissions and Rhyna Conde, in charge of Commercial Management.

The delegation was composed of Jacqueline Duggins-Horsford, General Director; Marcus Nicolas, Project Coordinator; Erica Vlaun, Student Advisor and Loida Doñé, Liaison in the DR.

During the visit, the SVOBE representatives discussed the possibility of signing a memorandum of understanding with Idac and its academy, with the objective of allowing its graduates to study Aeronautical Administration and other continuing education academic programs, thus strengthening ASCA’s internationalization efforts.

Source: Arecoa.com

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