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THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL AND THE AMERICAN COLLEGE IN SPAIN SIGN A AGREEMENT



Students who graduate from ACS High School in Marbella will automatically be accepted by the University of Missouri

On July 15th The American College in Spain and the University of Missouri High School signed a collaboration agreement by which the Marbella entity will represent them academically on the Costa del Sol and Spain.

Established in 1839, the University of Missouri was the first public university in the western United States and is home to the world’s first journalism school. It is one of 65 universities in the US and Canada that is part of the prestigious Association of American Universities. They also have the most powerful university research reactor in the country for the production of radioisotopes that are used in medicine to save lives.

Thanks to the agreement signed between this prestigious U.S. university and The American College in Spain, all students following this program at the Marbella campus will have direct access to the University of Missouri once they obtain their High School diploma. This represents a tremendous advantage for all students, Spanish and foreigners who enroll in ACS since its High School program is fully accredited by the American federal government. All students who graduate from ACS will be directly and automatically admitted to any of the more than 100 degrees offered by the University of Missouri.