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(Español) PUBLICADA LA 1ª CONVOCATORIA 2016/2017 ERASMUS+ STT/STA, PARA ESTANCIAS FORMATIVAS O DOCENTES
The Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism is moving our office to La Galia building (first floor), where we will reopen for business on October 18. Due to the logistics of our move, we will be unable to provide personal assistance starting at noon on Thursday, October 13, until the following Tuesday morning, October 18.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Thank you for your understanding.
In the time being, for any question or request, you may email us at email@example.com, and we will gladly respond as soon as possible.
Students and faculty from the Master’s of New Processes and Products from Traditional and Functional Bakery Products at the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria (Italy) visited the UMH School of Engineering of Orihuela (EPSO) and toured the facilities and laboratories belonging to the Department of Agro-Food Technology. María José Frutos, an associate professor in that department, organized the visit.
Seventeen students from the Italian master’s program, along with its coordinator, Antonio Mincione, and Associate Professor Francesco Barreca, were welcomed by EPSO Director and Associate Professor Ricardo Abadía and Deputy Director – Bachelor’s in Food Science and Technology Projection, Casilda Navarro. The visit was part of the activities taking place during their study tour that has also included visits to some of the region’s bakeries and confectionery businesses.
María José Frutos forms part of the master’s faculty, and in June she presented a portion of the master’s program at the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria entitled Food Processes for Traditional and Functional Bakery Products.
The Service of International Relations at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche has begun Spanish language immersion courses that are directed at ERASMUS students from foreign universities. These courses aim to facilitate their social and cultural integration and improve their levels of Spanish.
These intensive courses are offered to incoming students free of charge as part of the UMH community integration program, and they are given on both the Elche and San Juan campuses. The courses run 40 hours in length, of which 32 are dedicated to Spanish language instruction, with the remaining 8 covering Spanish culture.
The Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism has opened the registration period for the 2016-17 non-intensive classes of Spanish as a foreign language. Interested persons may register and pay the fees for these courses until September 19 through the following link (information and instructions are available in both English and Spanish): 2016-17 non-intensive classes of Spanish.