For the second time in a row, on National Accreditation Commission (CNA) awarded two years of accreditation at Inacap University, the fourth largest academic campus in Chile, which has 35,000 students.
According to the ANC report sent by La Tercera, the minimum accreditation period is taken into account due to the integrated system of its three versions (university, technical training center and professional institute), "Difficult to distinguish the goals and objectives of university projects".
The document also raises as arguments for its decision that the institution has a small amount exclusive teachers taking into account the number of students, as well as the lack of space reserved exclusively for the university and that authorities have roles in the three campuses, "Profile profiling is difficult".
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This situation differs from that of Tuna Training Center at Inacap, which currently has seven years of accreditation, the maximum possible deadline.
Together with the announcement of the CNA's decision, the rector of the three institutions, Gonzalo Vargas, announced his resignation after 12 years of office.
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Through the statement, Inkapap informed that now the former rector has decided to break away from the study "to take personal projects" and that Luis Eduardo Prieto will be considered a temporary president since December 1st.
This study home also faces a strike by officials and professors at the headquarters in Osorno for wage demands from November 12th.
Jaime Fuentes, the president of the Union, explained that what they are looking for is that your salaries "They are close to what Inacap pays to administrative and teaching staff from other places, because this is a very standardized institution, and what is done here is no different from what is being done in Curico or La Serena, and there the basic salary is higher by 20% to 30%.