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To assist refugees, asylees, Cuban or Haitian entrants, Amerasians and victims of trafficking to achieve their personal, academic and professional goals by providing educational and general support services.

REVEST offers vocational courses which include Career Technical Certificate (CTEC), Continuing Workforce Education (CWE), and College Credit Certificate (CCC). Please visit our Vocational Training page for more information.

Translations and evaluations of foreign credentials will be reimbursed only to financially eligible applicants. The Program will reimburse 100% of the total cost of the translation/evaluation service. Students must complete their application for reimbursement at the REVEST office.

We assist all persons with disabilities through Miami Dade College’s ACCESS program. Students with disabilities who meet our eligibility requirements receive free assistance from the ACCESS program.

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NOTE: Florida Atlantic University – FAU is one of the 249 North American universities accredited by SENESCYT as a university of high prestige and international quality. This is NOT TO BE CONFUSED with the «Atlantic International University – AIU», institution that is not within the official list of SENESCYT.

The Atlantic International University is not recognized by SENESCYT, but it is an alternative of study and professional practical training. Before making a decision to study, check with the authorities of the country the possibilities of registering the university degree obtained.

FAU is present in the cities of Dania Beach, Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Jupiter, and Fort Piece and has a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs for Ecuadorian students.


Barry University (Barry University in English language) is a private Catholic university founded in 1940 by the Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of the Most Holy Rosary.[3] Located in Miami Shores, Florida, a northern suburb of downtown Miami, it is one of the largest Catholic universities in the Southeast and is located within the territory of the Archdiocese of Miami.[4] It is the largest Catholic university in the Archdiocese of Miami.

The university offers more than 100 programs of study, from undergraduate to doctoral, in a number of areas, including: business, social work, law, nursing, health sciences, education, and liberal arts programs. Comprised of six schools and two colleges, Barry University has more than 7,000 students, a main campus of 54 buildings, a branch campus in Tallahassee, a law school in Orlando, and 50,000 alumni.[5] Barry College was founded as an undergraduate university in 1955.

Barry College was founded as a women’s college by a pair of brothers: the Reverend Patrick Barry, Bishop of St. Augustine, and his sister, Reverend Mother Mary Gerald Barry, OP, then prioress of Adrian Dominican Sisters.[6] Construction of what was then Barry College for Women began in 1940, on what had previously been «an expanse of tropical vegetation.»[3] The vacant lot soon became the main campus in Miami Shores, Florida. The original campus consisted of five buildings. Mother Barry served as president of the institution in the period 1940-1961.[5] The campus was built on the grounds of the Miami Shores, Florida campus.

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