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The Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism of the Miguel Hernández University of Elche would like to invite you to our second Erasmus+ Staff Training Week, taking place from November 7-11, 2016. On this occasion, we would like to present some of our university’s outstanding services, with the main objective of sharing and exchanging information. Amongst other things, we would like to introduce the following:
In addition to the work sessions, we are also providing interesting activities and events, including welcome and farewell dinners, a visit to the Clot de Galvany park, which forms part of the series of ponds in the Balsares area of Elche, The Art of Cooking Spanish Tapas Experience, and a visit to the picturesque town of Altea.
Please take a look at our program and fill out the Application Form on our website no later than September 14. Since the number of participants is limited (preferably two people per university), applications will be considered according to their date of receipt. Participants will be notified about their acceptance by September 16.
For further information or any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explore the program
|14:30||Arrival of participants and registration||
Photo by Simon
|15:00||UMH Welcome speech. / Mr. Ausias Garrigós Sirvent, Deputy Vice Rector for International Relations – Internationalization|
|15:20||Presentation of the UMH and the Service of International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism / Ms. Inma Blaya Salvador, Director Service International Relations, Development Cooperation and Volunteerism|
|16:00||Campus visit. / Mr. Agustín Mingorance, Students Information Office|
|17:00||Guided tour of Elche, a city with two prized treasures: the Palmeral of Elche, containing over 200,000 palm trees, and the Mystery Play of Elche, a liturgical drama, which has been performed in the Basilica of Santa María since 1632. Both were awarded a distinction by UNESCO, the former as a World Heritage Site in 2000, and the latter as a World Heritage Masterpiece in 2001. / Guide of Visit Elx|
|09:30||Visit to the Center for Research in Sports Sciences – Talk about the integration of disabled students into the academic community / Mr. Raúl Reina, Area Director Attention Student with Disabilities|
|11:30||Visit to UMH athletic facilities – Optional visit to UMH services (appointment necessary). / Mr. Eduardo Cervelló, Director Center for Research in Sports Sciences|
|15:30||Presentation of participating universities (visit to UMH Radio). /Ms. Susi Niñoles, UMH Radio|
|18:00||Presentation of the UMH Club Erasmus – Meeting with Erasmus Students / Ms. Carmen Aguado and Mr. Antonio Garrido, Erasmus Club Coordinators|
|09:30||Departure to El Clot de Galvany (guided tour with the possibility of planting a tree). / Guide of El Clot de Galvany|
|15:00||Departure by bus to the Orihuela Campus|
|16:00||Visit to the Orihuela Campus. /Mr. Ricardo Abadía, EPSO Director, and Ms. Gema Romero and Ms. Estrella Sayas, EPSO Deputy Directors|
|17:00||Tasting of natural products from the EPSO / Mr. José Ángel Pérez, Deputy Vice Rector for Research and Innovation|
|09:30||Occupational Observatory / Optional visit to UMH services (appointment necessary). / Mr. Domingo Galiana, Director Service of Occupational Observatory and Ms. Lola López, Occupational Observatory|
|10:15||UMH Alumni / Mr. Álex García, UMH Alumni|
|11:30||Managment of Cultural Diversity in University Classrooms / Ms. Lerdys Heredia and Mr. Alfonso Ortega, Legal Science Department faculty (Area of Private International Law)|
|12:15||Feedback session, including challenges and points of view / Ms. Inma Blaya Salvador|
|14:00||Optional visit to UMH Services (appointment necessary)|
|19:00||The Art of Cooking Spanish Tapas Experience. / Museum Restaurant Staff|
|09:00||Departure by bus to the Altea Campus||
Photo by pablo.mira
|11:00||Visit to the Faculty of Fine Arts|
|12:00||Guided tour of Altea / Guide of Visit Altea|
|17:00||Return to Elche or Airport by bus|
We inform that due to the very high demand for participation in the Miguel Hernandez Staff Training Week in Elche, registration is now closed.
The UMH main campus is located in the city of Elche. Elche is the Valencian Community’s third largest, and it possesses two UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Palmeral of Elche and the Mystery Play of Elche. Incoming students highlight its significant cultural and leisure options: Elche boasts several museums, a college town atmosphere in its city center, and peace and quiet in the Altabix neighborhood (the UMH campus is located there). Elche is in a truly privileged location 20 km from Alicante. It is in a strategic position, forming, together with other nearby towns, the southern axis of the Mediterranean Arc, a district that boasts great dynamism in both demographic and economic terms. The road network connecting Elche to the provinces of Alicante and Murcia is in good condition, and a functional transportation system exists via air, rail, and bus.
The UMH has facilities at two locations in the city of Orihuela. Orihuela is the capital of the region of the Vega Baja del Segura, and adjacent to the Region of Murcia. Lying on the banks of the Segura River, Orihuela is where Miguel Hernández, the illustrious poet for whom this university is named, was born and raised. There are two UMH divisions in Orihuela: The School of Engineering of Orihuela (EPSO) and the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences of Orihuela.
Altea is the UMH’s most artistic campus, located in the privileged Mediterranean environment of the Marina Baixa. One unique feature of this campus is that it is exclusive to the university’s Faculty of Fine Arts. This campus has been designed to respond to two realities: the integration of students and instructors into the inspiring landscape wherein it is found, and the will to meet the specific requirements of a fine arts education. Among other installations, the Altea campus has a forging workshop, spaces dedicated to new media, an experimentation laboratory, artistic foundry, and an image and sound studio.