The program makes computer rooms, audiovisual equipment and wireless network infrastructure available to the master’s degree students.
The University has the Daniel Lemaitre Tono Library, at the Manga Campus (headquarters of the Master’s in Development and Culture), open 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, and the Luis Enrique Borja Library at the Ternera Campus, open seven-days-a-week during the day. Both offer computers, wireless connection, Internet access, access to data bases and bibliography for reference and specific purposes on any of the subject areas of the master’s program.
The Departments of Economic and Administrative Sciences and Social and Human Sciences have made a room available exclusively for use by the students in the Master’s Program in Development and Culture, equipped with the necessary resources for the development of research and academic activities. The students can also use the Development and Culture Node as well as the Ibero-American Laboratory for Research and Innovation in Culture and Development which has a documentation center and meeting rooms.
Interactive Course System
The students will have access to the System of Virtual Interactive Learning (Savio), a virtual space for the publication of reference material, and the development of private and public forums. Savio also has virtual conversation rooms for the participation of students and faculty.
Academic and cultural activities
The UTB has two campuses with modern infrastructure and support services for the student, among which are cafeterias, gyms, and sports areas, among others, which are supplemented by the annual programming of academic and cultural events offered by the university and by the Cartagena de Indias Summer School held each year between the months of May and July.