“The transformation of the Higher School of Arts of Yucatan (ESAY) in the University of the Arts will bring many possibilities for growth in every way. This transformation begins with the new building and the rehabilitation of the old railroad facilities”, said the director the institution, Enrique Martín Briceño.
He stressed that now it will be possible to offer the artistic academia and the student community better spaces and conditions for their formation, and there will be more activities of academic extension and cultural dissemination.
In addition to that, the University of the Arts will have the possibility of expanding its offer of educational programs.
It is worth mentioning that ESAY currently features five bachelor degrees and two master degrees as part of its educational offer.
Martín Briceño explained that the new Art higher education institution will allow the development of artistic research, and the new facilities will host research centers.
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