International Relations

It manages the participation of the Schools’ communities  in different international network programmes, namely mobility programmes for undergraduate  students, faculty and non-teaching staff. It manages agreements with international partner institutions and collaborates in the management of international technical and scientific projects. Its main functions and responsibilities are as follows:

─ Developing contacts to promote the internationalisation of the institution;
─ Providing in-class information sessions in each course throughout the academic year;
─ Publicising and promoting programmes and information regarding ERASMUS mobilities: posters on display and via email;
─ Implementing strategies to motivate students to actively participate in student mobility programmes and providing them with the opportunity to study in one of the partner schools;
─ Implementing strategies to motivate faculty members to actively participate in teacher mobility programmes, while also providing the opportunity to carry out curricular and research development projects, seminars or conferences whose topics are of interest to the Units in one of the partner schools;
─ Implementing strategies to motivate non-teaching staff to actively participate in non-teaching staff mobility programmes and to carry out training actions in partner schools.


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