On Thursday 13 February, the UJI will host the Erasmus+ conference to publicise the calls for European Erasmus+ funding. This conference, promoted by the Vice-Chancellor for Internationalisation and Cooperation, will focus especially on the Key Action (KA2). The Erasmus+ programme has the Key Action KA1: Mobility of People. The Key Action KA2: Cooperation for Innovation of Exchange of Good Practices and the Key Action KA3. Support for policy reform.
The Erasmus+ conference will be held in the Salón de Actos de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud of the UJI next Thursday, February 13, from 9 am to 1 pm. It will be opened by Eva Alcón, rector of the UJI, and will have the participation of SEPIE, which acts as the National Agency for the management, dissemination and promotion of the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme in the field of Education and Training.
The conference is aimed in particular at the UJI’s research groups, although it is also open to the general public, entities, associations, administrations and companies that wish to obtain European funding. The aim of the conference is to encourage participation in the Erasmus+ calls and to provide them with the necessary tools to present project proposals with the greatest guarantee of success. To this end, in addition to offering advice for the preparation of proposals, the success stories of the UJI On Train, presented by Professor Roger Esteller and the Coordinator of the University for the Elderly Pilar Escuder, and EO4GEO, presented by Professor of University, Languages and Computer Systems Joaquin Huerta, will be presented. In addition, the FUE-UJI will also present its Ecoblue Tourism project financed by the Erasmus+ programme.
The groups of the UJI that wish to do so may meet with experts in Erasmus+ to work on potential proposals to be presented in the next calls. To request these meetings you must send to the e-mail email@example.com the application form that you will find in the registration platform.