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XVII Erasmus Week at the Facultat d'Economia, from March 7 to March 11

  • March 7th, 2022
XVII Erasmus Week en la Facultat d’Economia

The internationalization of economics and business studies at the Universitat de València has led to a significant increase in the number of exchange activities for students, technical administrative staff and professors within the European framework.

The Faculty of Economics, leader in mobility, has developed a pioneering initiative, the Valencia Erasmus Week, which offers the opportunity to exchange international experiences both at the level of professors and technical staff, without forgetting the student side through the mobility award.

The XVII Valencia Erasmus Week will take place from March 7 to 11, 2022. During this week, the Faculty will count on the presence of visiting professors from 15 European universities, but also of technical and administrative staff related to the international mobility, from 16 European universities that are part of the Erasmus+ mobility program.

The opening session, which will take place on March 7 at 11:30 am in the "Salón de Grados", will be chaired by the Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Francisco Muñoz, the Vice-Dean of International Relations, Asunción Hernández, and Cristina Ruíz, head of the International Relations Office.

In addition to the training and teaching sessions, through which the students of the University of Valencia will be taught by professors from different European partner universities, in this edition there will be a wide variety of cultural and social activities for participating faculty and administrative staff. 

Initiatives like this are a boost to the internationalization strategy of the Faculty of Economics, essential in the policy of the Universitat de València. Our Faculty, since the early 90's, has continuously offered international mobility programs (international program and Erasmus+), as well as International Double Degree Programs. At present, we are part of 13 international double degree agreements with universities in Europe and North America for the degrees of Business Administration and Management (ADE), International Business (GIB) and Economics (ECO).

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