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History

In 1987, the Support Center for Interchange and International Programs (CIP) was created. Its main objective was to make it possible for the university community to exchange cultural experiences and improve their abilities in foreign languages. When it completed 10 years of creation, its name was changed to International Affairs Office (INT), a more adequate name to the policy and interests of the University, regarding the implementation of new technical, scientific and cultural cooperation agreements with international institutions.

Structure:

1987: Direction – Technical Assistance – Secretariat

1997: Direction – Technical Assistance and International Events – Secretariat – Information Promotion – International Cooperation and Exchange

2006: Direction – Technical Assistance and International Events – Secretariat – Information Promotion and Exchange – International Cooperation – Special Programs

2010: Direction – Technical Assistance, International Events and Promotion Services – Secretariat – International Cooperation – Exchange – Special Programs.