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International Staff Week on Joint Programmes

Structured vs. Unstructured Mobility

International Staff Week on Joint Programmes
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 15-17 March 2017

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is pleased to receive applications for the International Staff Week on Joint Programmes “Structured vs. Unstructured Mobility”.

These three-day training sessions will deal with different forms of “structured mobility” such as Joint Degrees (Erasmus Mundus), Double Degrees and other Certificate Programs. The speakers are expert administrators, academics and policy-makers in the field. They will introduce the attendees to the different models of structured  mobility, the advantages of each of them and the challenges they pose. An emphasis will be placed on the dissemination and exchange of good practices. During the meeting the representatives of the different universities will be able to present the joint/double degrees offered at their home institution, and to contact other possible partners for future adventures.

Confirmed speakers include:
  • Mireia Fabrega (Project Adviser from Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency)
  • Federico Morán (Director, Fundación Madrid+D)
  • Cornelia Lindenau (Coordinator for Internationalisation, Mobility and Partner Universities, Department of Economics, University of Konstanz)
  • Angela Melley ((International Development Manager, College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow)
  • Dorothy Kelly (Vicerector of Internationalisation, Universidad de Granada)
  • Montserrat Masoliver (Head of Academic Affairs, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
  • Amaya Mendikoetxea (Vice Rector of International Relations, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
  • Elena Rodríguez Pineau (Vice Dean of International Relacions, Faculty of Law, UAM)
  • Miguel Buñuel (Vice Dean of International Relacions, Faculty of Economics and Business, UAM)

The sessions will consist of conferences by experts followed by Q&A, roundtable, one-to-one meetings, a campus tour including a visit to the Science Park, a cultural visit and a group dinner. A certificate will be given to all attendees. Please, check the programme.

Participation is free of charge and it includes attendance to all sessions as well as the coffee-breaks and buffet lunches served during the conference. Attendants are expected to arrange their own travel and accommodation. Find here information on transportations and accommodation. If you wish to book one of the hotel rooms we have reserved for this event, please fill in and send this form.

Application is open to university staff from any country. The maximum number of participants is 30. YERUN universities and UAM partners will be given priority. If you are interested, please apply here and send us the form as soon as possible to

Admission will be done on a rolling basis and will close on 24 February 2017.
If you have a funding deadline or need a formal admission letter, please contact us.