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(Español) ABIERTO EL PLAZO PARA SOLICITAR LAS AYUDAS UE/UMH PARA ESTANCIAS ERASMUS+


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5 July 2018 Comments off

REPRESENTATIVES FROM 26 EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE UMH INTERNATIONAL STAFF WEEK


Participants from the second UMH International Staff Week.

The Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism is holding UMH International Staff Week III to promote the Erasmus+ program. From May 21-25, a total of 32 participants will visit the Miguel Hernández University of Elche to learn about and share knowledge about international mobility and other professional issues.

Attending this event are representatives from 26 universities in 11 countries, including Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Slovakia. UMH Vice Rector for International Relations, Vicente Micol, will welcome them on Monday, and the service director, Inma Blaya, will explain the work that goes on in said service. “Sound and Healthy UMH” is this event’s main theme, the participants will visit and participate with Radio UMH, and they will also take a field trip to the Campus of Fine Arts (Altea) to experience activities and surroundings there firsthand.

Furthermore, among the UMH services and initiatives being showcased is a session on the integration of students with disabilities and visits to different UMH units, including the Service of Communication and athletic installations. The European participants will also get to meet the mobility coordinators and persons involved in exchange programs at the UMH, with the objective of exchanging ideas and experiences and strengthening ties.

In November 2016, the UMH held this event’s second edition, and the response by those in attendance was very positive. In this manner, the projection strategy by the Vice Rectorate for International Relations is to continue fostering these types of encounters to strengthen internationalization at home and fortify synergies between European universities.


18 May 2018 and Comments off

(Español) PUBLICADO EL LISTADO DEFINITIVO DE PLAZAS ASIGNADAS EN LA 2ª CONVOCATORIA ERASMUS+ ESTUDIOS 2018/2019


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18 May 2018 Comments off

(Español) ABIERTA LA 2ª CONVOCATORIA ERASMUS+ PARA ESTANCIAS FORMATIVAS Y DOCENTES (PAS Y PDI)


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1 March 2018 Comments off

(Español) ABIERTO EL PLAZO DE ACEPTACIÓN/RENUNCIA DE LA 1ª CONVOCATORIA ERASMUS+ Y PUBLICADAS LAS FECHAS DE MOVIMIENTO DE LISTAS Y SUBASTAS


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22 February 2018 Comments off

(Español) PRUEBA DE NIVEL PARA ESTUDIANTES QUE DESEEN REALIZAR UNA ESTANCIA ERASMUS


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14 February 2018 Comments off

(Español) PUBLICADO EL LISTADO PROVISIONAL DE AYUDAS ASIGNADAS EN EL PROGRAMA ERASMUS+ STT/STA PARA PDI Y PAS DE LA UMH


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13 February 2018 Comments off

(Español) LA UMH PUBLICA LA CONVOCATORIA ERASMUS+ KA107 PARA PROFESORES Y PERSONAL DE LA UMH


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13 February 2018 Comments off

UMH students conclude on-site phase of the international Travel Transformation project for sustainable development


Students from the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) have concluded the on-site phase of the Travel Transformation project, an international initiative that strives to raise awareness about sustainable development. This project, funded by Erasmus+, consists of two such stays, one in Karnitz (Germany) and another in Santiago de Chile and La Ligua (also in Chile), as well as an online portion, wherein the participants continue working.

The international group from the Travel Transformation project along with instructors and participants from the International Summer Diploma at the Academy of Christian Humanism University (Santiago, Chile).

The Travel Transformation goal is to bring together sustainable development, the realities of climate change, and achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) to young people everywhere through communication. To accomplish this, a group of participants from six different countries (Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, Greece, Germany, and Spain) work together in workshops that produce products in various formats, such as audiovisual elements, radio broadcasts, advertisements, paintings, photographs, television shows, animations, etc., all under the coordination of professionals on the subject matter.

Furthermore, the youngsters attended lectures by sustainable development researchers and activists that form part of the Summer International Diploma to Raise Awareness about Sustainability and the Culture of Sustainable Change held at the Academy of Christian Humanism University, and this methodology was equally employed by the instructors during the stay in Germany. Their first days in Chile were characterized by fieldwork carried out by the international group under the coordination of the consulting team at Transformas Chile. There, the students resided in a rural area and took various trips to see firsthand and internalize that country’s socio-environmental realities.

Participants from the Travel Transformation project during their visit to the La Ligua museum.

Throughout upcoming months, the international participants will continue working on the Travel Transformation project by organizing activities within their own surroundings. The products developed in Chile, which include various audiovisuals, radio spots, and an animation, will soon be available on the platform that Kolleg KMGNE (the project’s coordinating institution) is currently developing. The products that resulted from the stay in Germany during August can be consulted here.

 


5 February 2018 and Comments off

(Español) PUBLICADO EL LISTADO DEFINITIVO DE AYUDAS ERASMUS+ PRÁCTICAS ASIGNADAS


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18 December 2017 Comments off