- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

SILVER CITY, N.M. (AP) - Western New Mexico University has signed an agreement with a Ciudad Juarez school to allow students from Mexico study at the university’s language institute.

The agreement with Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez signed last week opens the Silver City school to 30 students from Mexico in November. They will take intensive English immersion four-week courses.

Another 50 students are scheduled to enroll in classes in June.

Several WNMU faculty members are scheduled to meet with UACJ officials soon to develop exchange and research possibilities for professors and students.

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