(Espa√Īol) ERASMUS+ 2016/2017: LISTADO DE PLAZAS ASIGNADAS, MOVIMIENTO DE LISTAS Y SUBASTA DE PLAZAS
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The Miguel Hern√°ndez University of Elche, through its Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism, has become a new examining center for the CCSE Examination (Constitutional and Sociocultural Knowledge of Spain), directed at persons who wish to acquire Spanish citizenship.
The UMH‚Äôs objective for becoming an examining center, just as Inmaculada Blaya, director of the service, affirms, is ‚Äúto collaborate with the Instituto Cervantes in its objective to facilitate and universalize access to the examinations that permit applying for Spanish citizenship. Passing the CCSE examination, as well as the A2 Level of the DELE examination (in cases where Spanish is not the applicant‚Äôs native language), is essential for adults who wish to acquire Spanish citizenship.
The first CCSE examination will be held at the Elche Campus on February 25, 2016. Interested persons may sign up for it before February 4 via the Instituto Cervantes, following registration on its web.
If you have any doubts, you may consult the list of ¬†preguntas frecuentes (FAQ) del Instituto Cervantes or email¬†firstname.lastname@example.org
The Area of Development Cooperation and Volunteerism at the Miguel Hern√°ndez University, in collaboration with the Acci√≥n Contra el Hambre Foundation (Action Against Hunger), presents the Syria, four years of crisis exhibition. This exhibition, comprised of five rollers, attempts to visualize the reality for Syrian refugees throughout a conflict that has forced one-half of the Syrian population to leave their homes and which, in the last four years, has claimed more than 200,000 lives and a wounded more than a million.
The exhibition may be seen in the West Hall of the Altabix Building (Elche Campus) from January 25 until February 15, 2016. On February 15, it will move to the ground floor Hall of the Francisco Javier Balm√≠s Building on the San Juan campus, and remain there for visitation until March 4. The five rollers comprising the exhibition are based on the following topics:
1. Presentation of the Hide and Seek game film documentary.
2. My soul is exhausted. Trapped inside and outside Syria.
3. Financing, resettlement, and negotiation, three priorities to address.
4. A regional response in Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Turkey, and Lebanon.
5. Syria: A lost generation?
The Vice Rectorate for International Relations at the Miguel Hern√°ndez University of Elche is very pleased to introduce the first issue of Global UMH magazine. A¬†print version has been presented to the heads of UMH centers, and there is an online version¬†accessible on any device from any location.
Global UMH magazine is published in¬†Spanish and English. It is configured like a letter of presentation so UMH community members who visit universities outside Spain can show¬†the services our university provides; likewise, it contains relevant information about the UMH to visitors that can be consulted at a single glance. Also included within are testimonials from university students, faculty, and staff who have participated by sharing their experiences.
This is the first issue of a magazine that will feature new themes and protagonists in the future; its second issue is scheduled for mid-year. If you would like to participate in upcoming issues, write to us at¬†email@example.com. If you are from the UMH and have participated in a mobility program, volunteered in Rwanda, initiated internationalization actions, or have a project you would like to promote, this is your magazine.
From here, we would like to express our most sincere appreciation to all those who helped make this first issue possible by conceding interviews, sending accounts, attending events, or by sending photographs. A free printed copy is available to all participants of this first issue at the Service of International Relations. For all others, this publication is available to all users via our¬†Issuu account.
We hope you enjoy it.
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After the break, we will publish the new ERASMUS list, inform you about DELE examinations, announce¬†new calls and grants, and we will bring you all the news related to activities at the Vice Rectorate for International Relations. Until then…
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!