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(Español) CRUE UNIVERSIDADES ORGANIZA EL II ENCUENTRO DE UNIVERSIDADES ESPAÑOLAS Y REFUGIO


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6 June 2019 Comments off

(Español) Aprobadas las Directrices de la CUD para el periodo 2019-2030 en la asamblea CRUE Internacionalización y Cooperación


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26 March 2019 Comments off

PROFESSIONALS FROM THE UMH RECEIVE TRAINING ON FOSTERING UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONALIZATION


The Vice Rectorate for International Relations at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) participated in the Inaugural Workshops on International Promotion of Higher Education in Spain that were organized by CRUE – Internationalization and Cooperation and held this past October 26 in Málaga. Attending this event on behalf of the UMH were Mónica Candela and Úrsula Kress, two professionals from the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism. Ms. Kress presented during the workshops, outlining to workshop attendees Generalitat Valenciana legislation regarding the admission of students to higher education in that part of Spain.

 

The workshops updated knowledge and expertise in relation to the tools and events for promoting internationalization of higher education in Spain—knowledge that contributes significant value towards enhancing and improving UMH internationalization efforts. In its training sessions, work was done on promoting Spanish higher education in Asia in addition to Spain’s image abroad as a tool for promoting Spanish higher education. Sessions were also held on marketing international promotion efforts.


30 October 2018 and Comments off

UMH PRESENTS ITS COOPERATION PROJECT IN RWANDA AT THE FIFTH WORKSHOPS OF THE UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION OBSERVATORY


Development Cooperation and Volunteerism Area Director of the Vice Rectorate for International Relations at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH), Juanjo Ballesta, participated in the Fifth Workshops of the University Development Cooperation Observatory (OCUD) of the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities, which were held October 25-26 at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. During his intervention, Juanjo Ballesta presented the international development cooperation efforts carried out by the UMH in Rwanda through its UMH Headquarters in Rwanda Chair.

The cooperation project in the African country is a sample of the work by the UMH to implement the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Thanks to actions in education and health established in the UMH program, the university is actively collaborating in achieving Goal 3 (good health and well-being) and Goal 4 (quality education) in the 2030 Agenda. Moreover, through this program, the university community volunteers who travel to Rwanda receive training and raise their awareness with respect to Goal 1 (no poverty) and Goal 2 (zero hunger).

Under the title, “2030 Agenda: from Commitment to Action,” these workshops organized by the OCUD represented an open space for Spanish universities to reflect on, debate, and share experiences in the areas of sustainable development and international cooperation, and they helped boost the 2030 Agenda from the context of Spanish higher education.

Collaborators in the workshops included the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, European Union, and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.


26 October 2018 and Comments off

UMH PARTICIPATES IN CRUE SUSTAINABILITY WORKSHOPS ON SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION IN THE UN 2030 AGENDA


Representatives from the Vice Rectorate for Institutional Relations and the Environmental Office at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) attended the CRUE Sustainability Workshops on the role of universities in socio-ecological transition that are part of the framework of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The workshops were held at the Technical University of Cartagena this past October 4.

The workshops held various sessions on university sustainability, including volunteerism, gender policies, sustainable mobility, and healthy universities. What’s more, the working groups belonging to the Sustainability Sector of CRUE Universities also met to discuss the issues addressed in the thematic sessions, and they held a plenary meeting for make decisions and reach agreements. During such sessions, the UMH Environmental office coordinated the evaluation panel on university sustainability.

Further information about the workshops is available here.


25 October 2018 and Comments off