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Save the date: UNIMED General Assembly in Venice, October 2018

The next UNIMED General Assembly will be hosted by the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice  on 25th and 26th October 2018, on the occasion of the University’s celebration of its 150th anniversary. The UNIMED General Assembly, organised by UNIMED in collaboration with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, is a key event ...

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Results from “Educational Pathways: How to Strengthen Bridges and Links between Higher Education and Vocational Training to Meet the Needs of the Socio-Economic World?” // 8 May, Barcelona

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The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) in Barcelona hosted the seminar “Educational Pathways: How to Strengthen Bridges and Links between Higher Education and Vocational Training to Meet the Needs of the Socio-Economic World?” on May 8th jointly organized by UNIMED-Mediterranean Universities Union, in partnership with ...

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Diagnostic tool for University governance

In the framework of the Preparation and desk research (WP1), the UniGov project (Improving Governance Practices and Palestinian Higher Education Institutions) has developed a diagnostic tool to be used in the development stages in order to provide a clear understanding ...

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Libya restart // 17-18 July, Tunis

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UNIMED’s efforts towards Libya are costantly improved in the framework of the EU programmes (such as Erasmus+) but also through institutional activities such as Libya Restart. This is the first inter-institutional conference aimed at bringing together the EU and Libyan ...

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Second edition of the UNIMED Award in Venice

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Last year UNIMED has launched a collaboration with the Biennale di Venezia, one of the most important international contemporary art exhibitions, and in particular with the Venice International Film Festival, one of the most prestigious international film festivals worldwide. This was a ...

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