WUN Annual General Meeting

Monterrey, mexico

Covid-19 Update - The WUN Annual General Meeting scheduled for 18-22 May 2020 in Monterrey has been cancelled.

This decision reflects public health concerns about travel, and acknowledges the severe restrictions now in place, especially for international travel.

Further information on the cancellation and future plans can be found here.

Monterrey, mexico

State: Nuevo León
Population: 1.1 million inhabitants

Monterrey is a city of great culture and history. The city has been developing over the years and is a very important business, industrial and economic center. It is rich in spectacular landscapes, green spaces and historical monuments. There are many places that you will love such as El Cerro de la Silla, El Cerro de las Mitras, La Sierra Madre, where you will find mountainous landscapes, thermal springs and numerous museums. In addition, Conarte bookstore is considered one of the most beautiful on earth according to the Wired magazine.

Memorable walks include Monterrey’s historic neighborhood dating from the 18th century, formed by old houses and streets paved in stone. The attractions in the surroundings of the city of Monterrey are many and varied. You will find yourself wanting to come back for more; especially those who love adventure and vibrant pace of life.


Source: http://www.visitmexico.com

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About the conference

The Worldwide Universities Network Annual General Meeting is the central event in the WUN calendar, drawing together colleagues from member universities for research workshops, policy discussions and business meetings to further advance the Network

Conference venue

Tecnológico de Monterrey (founded in 1943) is a non-profit, private institution. The university counts over 90,000 students in 31 campuses throughout Mexico, along with 19 international offices. The main campus is based in Monterrey, capital of the north-eastern Mexican state of Nuevo León.

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