San Ignacio University was present at Festival Venezuela which this year celebrated its 25th edition and brought together thousand of Venezuelans throughout South Florida.
The San Ignacio University family joined the cheerful Venezuelan spirit and from 11:00 a.m. we set up our space in the Tamiami Park for this event taking place on the eve of the celebration of Independence achieved by Caracas on July 5, 1811.
Different personalities from Venezuela attented the festival, like Chino y Nacho, La Super Banda de Venezuela, Guaco, Rummy Olivo, a household name in the Llanera creole music genre, and Luigi Bora, mayor of the city of Doral
The E-3 stand at Tamiami Park was the space where San Ignacio University welcomed the attendants, presenting the study opportunities through our wide academic offer and scholarship programs, and highlighting, of course, the benefits that the recent academic upgrade from College to University brings to the entire student community, which was approved by the Comission for Independent Education, under the Florida Department of Education thanks to the development and constant growth that this institution has offered in the recent years. We are the first Peruvian University with presence in the United States and this time we were also present at this Venezuelan party.