(EspaĆ±ol) LA UMH CONVOCA DOS PLAZAS DIRIGIDAS A ESTUDIANTES PARA PARTICIPAR EN UN PROYECTO INTERNACIONAL SOBRE CAMBIO CLIMĆTICO
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Anne-Christine Gaber, Coordinator of Spanish at the Department of Commercial Management at the French University Institute of Technology ofĀ Belfort-MontbĆ©liard, visited the Miguel HernĆ”ndez University of Elche (UMH) this morning to discuss academic issues and examine the system of transversal processes.
Gaber was welcomed by Inmaculada Blaya, Director of the UMH Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism, andĀ MĆ³nica Candela, Manager of Mobility at the same unit. Also attending the meeting were assistant professor Elena GonzĆ”lez, Associate Dean of the Bachelorās in Business Administration and Management at the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences of Elche, and Juana Aznar, Associate Dean of Academic Management & Mobility at the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences of Orihuela.
The faculty members compared the business administration and management programs and grading methods at both universities. Anne Gaber also toured UMH facilities and sat in on an undergraduate business administration class.
The Vice Rectorate for International Relations at the Miguel HernĆ”ndez University of Elche (UMH) has opened the period to present applications for participation in the call for the Summer 2016 UMH Development Cooperation Program in Rwanda. Applications must be delivered to the UMH General Registry or at any of its auxiliary offices until May 16, 2016.
All members of the UMH community Ā (students, staff, faculty, and UMH alumni) are eligible to participate in this call. Applicants must present a training proposal for one of the UMH intervention areas in Rwanda. You may consult the rules and intervention areas in the complete text here: 2016 Call (in Spanish).
Persons interested in participating in the UMH Cooperation Program in Rwanda may attend the informative sessions given by Mariano PĆ©rez Arroyo, the programās coordinator, which will be held on May 9 and 10 on the Sant Joan dāAlacant and Elche campuses, respectively.
The Center for Development Cooperation and Volunteerism and the Vice Rectorate for International Relations of the UMH, in collaboration with the NGO Entreculturas, present the Somos Migrantes (We are Migrants) exhibition. This exhibition is on display in the ground floor Hall of the ArenalsĀ Building (Elche campus) through May 21, 2016.
The collection consists of 36 photographs and strives to portray the life of persons who migrate in search of protection and a better quality of life along migratory routes such as that along the Mexican-US border, the fence separating Spain from Morocco, the sea crossing of the Strait of Gibraltar, and the route from Syria towards the Greek islands and Europe.