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Javier Mejia

April 25th, 2021

Germany, the Netherlands and Australia have been rebounding lately. If you have read about Stuart Aitken already – you may have come to the same conclusion. The preferred areas were: Administration, engineering, social sciences and law. In a smaller proportion are the areas of economy, which have a special place in the Bank of the Republic scholarships. It is important to continue monitoring indicator of rate of return to the country, because otherwise Colombia would not increase their human capital, having invested in him. There the news continue to be excellent, because the rate of return has fluctuated near an 80-90% (see graph 2), where surely the international crisis has played in favor of his return to Colombia.

Here labour factors of expulsion of the developed world, but also factors of attraction on the part of Colombia not only combine. The latter include the good economic times of Colombia, practically throughout the entire 2002-2010, and remitted up to 50% of the credit and 10% extra for those who make it to the public sector. In synthesis, higher education in Colombia has had significant progress in terms of coverage and training human capital abroad. Funding opportunities through grants credit programs offered by several entities have been fundamental to progress on this front. Yet these fronts should be strengthened: i) extending coverage and improving the quality through international certifications of local authorities; (ii) maintain the schemes of cancellations of financial obligations by returning to the country; and (iii) increase the dissemination of these opportunities especially in areas other than Bogota. What will be the balance that will be offering us the DNP and the Bank of the Republic regard of their fellows and what are their rates of return to the country on this front?