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UMH LAUNCHES THE KA107 ERASMUS+ PROGRAM WITH GOMEL STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF BELARUS


The Vice Rector for International Relations at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Vicente Micol, and the rector of Gomel State Medical University of Belarus, Lyzikov Anatoly Nikolaevich, have signed a KA107 Erasmus+ program interinstitutional agreement to advance international mobility with partner countries. This program receives European funding and their agreement will enable mobility between students, staff, and faculty from the Belarusian university with students and faculty from the UMH undergraduate programs of both physiotherapy and occupational therapy. The signing ceremony took place during this week’s visit by a delegation from Gomel State Medical University to the UMH, during which they were welcomed by UMH rector, Juan José Ruiz.

During their stay, the Belarusian delegation met with Diego Echevarria, an associate professor from the Area of Anatomy and Human Biology, to visit the Sant Joan d´Alacant Campus of the UMH and tour the Institute of Neurosciences (IN), research and teaching facilities of the physiotherapy and occupational therapy programs, and Alicante University General Hospital.

Furthermore, the visitors were also able to see first-hand the university’s Scientific Park and some of the companies operating there, including Cares, Emxys, and Bioarray. The first, Cares, focuses its efforts on teaching child victims of harassment and their families to strengthen emotional resources and skills; Emxys specializes in designing, developing, and producing electronic systems imbedded in aerospace applications, while Bioarray is a technology-based firm specialized in genetic analysis via DNA microarrays.

This visit forms part of IN actions to meet the objectives of the Support for the Internationalization of Schools, Faculties, and Research Institutes (AIEFI) program granted to the institute. Among its established goals is the creation of a network of institutions, hospitals, and special education and rehabilitation schools, the development of teaching curricula with Gomel State Medical University, and the consolidation of agreements related to volunteerism, international cooperation, and humanitarian aid actions with institutions in Belarus.

The UMH began mobility actions with Gomel State Medical University during the 2018/2019 academic year, and 12 UMH undergraduate students of occupational therapy and physiotherapy have already taken part by completing practical internships at institutions and centers within the Gomel region of Belarus.


11 September 2019 and Comments off

ERASMUS+ Education (Spanish)


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16 December 2015 Comments off

Agreements


To facilitate UMH internationalization and collaboration with other Spanish and foreign universities, various agreement models have been established that serve as working drafts upon which any modifications that are deemed necessary may be made.

Different models exist, and these depend upon the purpose of the action to be carried out:

Framework agreement for collaboration with universities:

Specific collaboration agreements with universities:

Specific student exchange agreement (a framework agreement must be established first)

Specific faculty exchange agreement (a framework agreement must be established first)

Specific exchange program agreements:

Bilateral agreement for the ERASMUS PLUS Program (international mobility within the EU).

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26 October 2015 and Comments off

Agreements


To facilitate UMH internationalization and collaboration with other Spanish and foreign universities, various agreement models have been established that serve as working drafts upon which any modifications that are deemed necessary may be made.

Different models exist, and these depend upon the purpose of the action to be carried out:

Memorandum of Understanding.

Framework agreement for collaboration with universities.

Specific collaboration agreements with universities:

Specific student exchange agreement (a framework agreement must be established first)

Specific faculty exchange agreement (a framework agreement must be established first)

Specific exchange program agreements:

Bilateral agreement for the ERASMUS PLUS Program (international mobility within the EU).

Click on the balloon symbols in the map below for further information about existing agreements (does not include Erasmus agreements):

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28 September 2010 and Comments off

ERASMUS


Information in English about this program  will be available soon. For information about this program in Spanish, please click here.


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NUMBER OF MOBILITY AGREEMENTS WITH UNIVERSITIES OUTSIDE THE EU INCREASES BY 85%


Over the last four years, the number of mobility agreements at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) has increased by 85% with universities outside the European Union and by 38% with other universities inside it. These agreements mean that this university now has agreements with every EU country in addition to 23 other countries beyond it.

Currently, the UMH maintains 489 Erasmus+, 396 SICUE, and 174 Destino program agreements. Furthermore, it possesses 17 dual degree agreements and 1 Erasmus Mundo agreement, a joint master’s program. These growing figures have strengthened international links with partner universities and enabled the sharing and exchanging of expertise and learning about different cultures.

Overall, the investments made by the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism in mobility programs are seeing positive results. The initiatives set in motion are different and varied, and permit the entire university community to enjoy international experiences at the same that people from partner institutions can acquire new intercultural and multilingual experiences.


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1 October 2019 and Comments off