Pan American Association of Student Loan Institutions
Association panaméricaine des institutions de crédit éducatif
Asociación Panamericana de Instituciones de Crédito Educativo (APICE)
1969-11 Caracas Venezuela
Founded Nov 1969, Caracas (Venezuela). Former name in English Pan American Association of Educational Credit Institutions (APICE). Previously also known as Pan American Association of Student Loans. New statutes adopted 1994, Santafé de Bogota (Colombia); most recently revised and adopted 2009.
Encourage development of national and international systems for financing higher education with economic participation of both public and private agencies and institutions; study and evaluate social, administrative and financial efficiency of student loan programmes; provide training for personnel from student loans institutions.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Board of Directors; Special Working Committees; K-XF0722 - Information Network on Higher Education Studies in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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