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Controversial public-employment bill passes first debate

A controversial bill that seeks to regulate public employment passed a first debate in Costa Rica's Legislative Assembly on Thursday.

Costa Rican university students protest against law to regulate public employment

The project is part of the initiatives proposed by the government to adjust its finances in search of an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Costa Rican universities designing emergency ventilators to help patients with COVID-19

Separate projects at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the Costa Rica Institute of Technology (TEC) could help the country be better prepared for an increase in coronavirus cases. 

Costa Rica hosting Math + X symposium with renowned researchers

Costa Rica will welcome some of the world's top scientific minds when it hosts Math + X, a symposium organized by Rice University.

University students march in Costa Rica against budget restrictions

Thousands of students and workers from the five public universities of Costa Rica marched to Casa Presidencial on Tuesday to protest against restrictions on the use of those institutions' budgets. 

President Alvarado signs controversial dual education law

President Alvarado and supporters of the law say it will help Costa Rican students prepare for the modern job market.

Texas Tech-Costa Rica launches retail management major

"While the economy and the tourism industry continue to grow in Costa Rica, so will retail and the careers associated with it." 

Students declare ‘state of emergency’ due to sexual harassment at Costa Rican universities

Students reported an alarming increase in cases of sexual harassment at institutions of higher education.

‘Tunnel of Science’ dazzles in Desamparados

This unusual traveling museum is a gift of the Max Planck Insitutes in Germany, dedicated to the various sciences and their connectedness.

Costa Rica promotes local universities at US fair

Four private Costa Rican universities this week are participating at the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors (NAFSA) Fair in San Diego, California.

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