A university in northeastern France announced on Wednesday that former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe will teach a course called “Economic development in Latin America.”
The course will be taught in English, although the institution gave no details of the syllabus.
The university, ENIM, published a statement on its website with a brief biography of Uribe.
Uribe was awarded an honorary degree from the university in October 2007, and accepted this role last year, according to reports.
This is the second teaching role Uribe will have since leaving the presidency last year, having already held a position at Georgetown University in the U.S.