Last week we were at University College Cork for a capacity building workshop in the framework of ERASMUS+ TAP Project. Colleagues from the Palestinian partner universities presented their intended approaches on how to transform assessment practices of first year large enrolments.
The University of Alicante has welcomed today the partners of the V2WORK project in its Campus of San Vicente del Raspeig for the Kick off Meeting of 'Strengthening the Vietnamese Higher Educatin System to Improve Graduates Employability and Entrepreneurship Skills' (V2WORK ), a project coordinated by the University of Alicante and co-funded by the European Commission within the framework of the Erasmus + program.
The V2WORK project objective is to strengthen the capabilities of the higher education system of Vietnam to improve the employability and entrepreneurship skills of its students and graduates, and strengthen its relations with the labor market.
The 4 days Kick-off meeting and Study Visit of MEANING (Master Programme in Industrial Engineering for El Salvador and Guatemala) carried out at the University of Alicante have just concluded. This new ERASMUS+ capacity building initiative involves the Salvadorian universities of UTEC and UES, USAC and URL in Guatemala, and the European universities of Alicante, Cork and Maribour.
With the aim of enhancing Higher Education sector modernisation and increasing employability of students in the field of Industrial Engineering in El Salvador and Guatemala, MEANING, coordinated by UTEC, is an excellent opportunity to develop, cooperate and exchange good practices in the field of curriculum development.
The KoM has been an excellent opportunity of dialogue and start up of the activities.
OGPI senior project manager Cristina Beans and Prof. Tran Dinh Lam from Ho Chi Minh University of Social Sciences and Humanities recently participated in the 2018 Kick-off Meeting for Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education projects, from January 29th to 30th, 2018.
One of the main challenges of the 21st century is to solve the growing energy demand to cope with the depletion of fossil fuels, as well as reduce CO2 emissions. In this sense, artificial photosynthesis is presented as one of the most sustainable techniques to obtain hydrogen as fuel from two resources as abundant as solar energy and water. The European FotoH2 project, coordinated by the University of Alicante, focuses precisely on the design and development of a photoelectrochemical device capable of producing the direct conversion of solar energy into chemical energy contained in the bonds of hydrogen molecules.
On Wednesday 7 February 2018, Allameh Tabataba'i University held the first National Seminar on Internationalisation of Higher Education in Iran (IHEI) in partnership with universities of Shiraz, Ferdowsi (Mashhad), Shahid Chamran (Ahvaz), Kurdistan, and Sistan and Baluchestan. The Seminar included six panels where directors of International Academic Cooperation from six Iranian universities presented their papers on the relevant issues in the field.
Within the framework of the ALdia Project dissemination activities, this innovative training and accreditation methodology on disability and inclusion practices in Higher Education and VET institutions was presented in Jogyakarta (Indonesia), taking advantadge of the celebration of the International Conference of the INDOEDUC4ALL project in this country.
This week representatives from universities in Europe and Indonesia met in Graz, Austria, to kick-off the Erasmus+ project INSPIRE (Introducing Social Entrepreneurship in Indonesian Higher Education), coordinated by FH JOANNEUM University and in which the University of Alicante is a partner as leader of the Exploration & Knowledge Transfer and the Quality Assurance work packages. The UA was represented by OGPI senior project manager Noelia López and by Institutional Entrepreneurship & Employability Programme manager Víctor Climent.