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Why is Cuba’s population aging?

In 2019 those born in 1959 - the first year of the Revolution - will turn 60. By 2050 Cuba will be one of the countries with the oldest population in the world

Building a computerized society

Cuba assessed by the International Telecommunications Union • Class of 2017 graduates from the University of Computer Sciences

Che at La Cabaña (+Photos)

Che’s La Cabaña command headquarters, today a museum, offers a glimpse into the intense life of the heroic guerrilla through photos and personal objects

E for excellence

New study plan for Tourism degree • Distance learning courses to be launched in 2017

Meeting student needs

Cuba’s Adult and Youth Education Program (EJA) is one of the most significant in terms of social impact

THE HAVANA INTERNATIONAL CENTER

Distinguished by professionalism

Auditing, consultation, human resource training, and international programs. These are the key functions of the Havana International Center (CIH)

Havana hosts 13th Cuba-Spain Rectors meeting

Havana recently hosted the 13th Cuba-Spain Rectors Meeting, during which participants reviewed university collaboration, academic cooperation and approved the Cuba-Spain Strategic Alliance

What's happening with fertility in Cuba?

For a decade now, teenage pregnancies are significant within the total fertility rate. Demographic statistics reveal that mothers under 20 years of age account for 15 out of every 100 births, and this rate has remained stable over the last several years