XVI Valencia Erasmus Week 2020

Hosting Higher Education Institution: University of Valencia. Faculty of Economics
Institution website: https://www.uv.es/uvweb/economia/ca/mobilitat-intercanvi/ori-facultat-economia/v...
Country: Spain
Language: English
Dates: Monday, 9 March, 2020 to Thursday, 12 March, 2020
Maximum number of participants: 2 per University
Deadline for applying: Saturday, 30 November, 2019
Accommodation: Accommodation not provided
Contact person details: International Relations Office. Faculty of Economics.

email: int-of.economia@uv.es

XVI Valencia Erasmus Week from 9th – 12th March 2020


Dear Friend,

For some time now, our student and staff exchange relations as well as the collaboration between both institutions has been very satisfactory. That is why we have prepared an Erasmus Week for Staff 2020 in order to strengthen ties and knowledge, as well as living our “Fallas party”

Thus, we are pleased to announce a new edition of the XVI Valencia Erasmus Week at the Facultat d’Economia of the Universitat de València.

It will take place 9th – 12th March 2020 and it will be an opportunity for administrators, policy makers, coordinators, implementers from our partners universities to visit our university under Erasmus Staff Mobility.

Both, the hosts and participants will present and share their best practices, ideas and examples, which will be analyzed and discussed in interactive workshops

The funding is available from the Erasmus grant, hence is distributed by the home university (please check the availability of such funding with the Erasmus coordinator at your institution), which should cover the cost of travel, accommodation and meals. You can apply to participate in the XVI Valencia Erasmus Week by filling the attached application form and sending it by e-mail to int-of.economia@uv.es. Find here the application form.

Please, note that only two guest lectures can be accepted from the same partner university

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I look forward to welcoming you to Valencia at this time. Best regards,

Asuncion Hernandez

Vice-dean of International Relations