Externado Internationalization Office supports exchange students during the COVID-19 emergency
The Externado de Colombia University Internationalization Office extends a cordial greeting, hoping you are taking care of yourself.
We are doing everything possible to accompany you in this difficult time.
We wish to convey, promptly, any news or pertinent information regarding our attentiveness to Externadistas studying abroad, within the context of the current pandemic. Likewise, we are seeking (by all possible means) to navigate a solution to each particular case.
Through the following link (INTERACTIVE MAP), you can review the status of the follow-ups carried out since March 12, 2020.
Following is a history of the communications issued by the Internationalization Office:
|Communiqué No.||Date Sent||Purpose||Communiqué Link|
|1.||17/03/2020||Initial release for students in exchange programs||Initial release for students in exchange programs|
|2.||27/03/2020||Follow-up release for Externado students on exchange 2020-I||Follow-up release for Externado students on exchange 2020-I|
|3.||27/03/2020||Communiqué for International Students on Exchange 2020-II regarding renewal of PTP immigration permit||Communiqué for International Students on Exchange 2020-II regarding renewal of PTP immigration permit|
|4.||27/03/2020||Communiqué to associated universities||Communiqué to associated universities|
|Instruction for students and teachers abroad||Instruction for students and teachers abroad|
|6.||30/04/2020||CCYK’s communiqué to the Chancellery for consideration of Colombian students abroad on humanitarian repatriation flights – COVID19 conjuncture||CCYK’s communiqué to the Chancellery for consideration of Colombian students abroad on humanitarian repatriation flights – COVID19 conjuncture|
|7.||04/05/2020||News and announcements from Colombian consulates close to our students on exchange||News and announcements from Colombian consulates close to our students on exchange|
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org about situations we should know about and have not yet been addressed.
We ask you to be patient and not despair in the face of adversity. We hope to have you home soon.