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UNICAC Project

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UNICAC: an opportunity for a mutual European – Asiatic learning! 

UNICAC project has been launched in January 2019 and will be running till 2022. It is founded under the Erasmus+ programme, and matches the needs of 7 Asian Universities – in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China – to improve Cross- regional and international cooperation of High Education Institutions and the willing of three European Universities – in Finland, Italy and Spain – to learn from the way of working of the Asian colleagues.

The objective is to contribute to develop international cooperation; to enhance strategic, human and infrastructural capacities for the management of International Relations in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China; and to develop a multi-regional network as a platform for the exploitation of synergies in International Relations.

Kick-of meeting in Seville

Last 25th to 26st February 2019, UNICAC partners personally met at the University of Seville facilities. During this time, the representatives of all partner Universities had the opportunity to share different points of view and expectations about this interesting project.

The first day, all partners presented their institutions in order to know each other, the profile of the universities, what they can offer and what they want to achieve being part of the project. The second day of the meeting, partners discussed about the activities to be developed and the working methodologies. Moreover, partners also had the opportunity to discover the ancient city centre of Seville, as well as, to taste the more typical food of Spain and the well-known tapas.

Synergies start! 

Right after the Kick- off meeting, partners carried out a technical visit at the University of Seville (in Spain) with the objective of having a deeper knowledge of the International Relation Offices management, and directly learn from their European counterparts.

The visit to the International Centre of the University of Seville allowed the participants to meet the staff and ask them about their daily tasks, making a comparison of their structures of international relations and the University of Seville and learning about best practices and how to apply them in their International Centres.

You can now visit the UNICAC webpage!

The UNICAC project webpage is already running! Enter into the website to have a deeper knowledge about the project.

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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