Through educational technology is how we can advance faster,
to reduce the backwardness that exists today in our country due to different circumstances.
At Centro Fox, we have a Distance Education Node. We have made an alliance with the Virtual University of the State of Guanajuato (UVEG), the University of Guanajuato, the Secretary of Education of Guanajuato, INAEBA, among others, in order to train citizens through an educational model that takes advantage of virtual technology, open and distance study systems to impart knowledge, methods, content and models of care and services to the people who participate.
The Distance Education Node (SINED) at Centro Fox is a space with 35 computers that provides the opportunity to study online through the CAE UVEG platform for high school and undergraduate degrees. In addition to offering technical careers, we have English, computer and math classes for children and adults.
In these times of globalization and digital era, the open and distance school is a scenario of training and daily learning, building dreams, fulfilling tasks and achieving the proposed goals without students interrupting their activities, work or family commitments.
This is why the Centro Fox echoes the educational demand of the citizens in communities surrounding San Cristóbal, belonging to the municipalities of San Francisco del Rincón and Leon Gto., who claim to bring to their rural communities a quality academic offer, through an innovative and flexible educational model according to regional needs to meet the expectations of improvement of the population.
We currently serve more than 150 people per week enrolled in different educational programs.
In collaboration agreement with INAEBA we offer:
In collaboration agreement with the Secretary of Education of Guanajuato we offer the following:
In collaboration agreement with the Virtual University of the State of Guanajuato, we offer through its educational offer and at affordable costs:
It is an online training and learning space that provides primary and secondary school students with a positive impact on their school education. Its main purpose is to strengthen skills:
It has 35 computers and offers free services to the public:
Users served with academic training
Computer equipment available