Spanish Secretary of State for the European Union visits the Universitat de València and participates in a dialogue about the future of Europe
The Spanish Secretary of State for the European Union, Juan González-Barba, along with the General Manager for Internal Market and Other Community Policies, Pascual Navarro, will visit the Universitat de València on Wednesday 18 November and will take part in a dialogue about the future of Europe. The debate, which will be broadcast live, will also count on the participation of student associations and university centres and services.
The Universitat de València is one of the most important universities of Europe in respect of receiving Erasmus students, as well as sending them on this emblematic European mobility programme. Together with this European dimension, the Universitat de València is also characterised by its significant international presence, with more than a thousand active agreements in collaboration with institutions on the five continents.
The Universitat de València also stands out because of its international formative dimension, with several dual-degree international programmes, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. These degrees make it one of the most dynamic European universities in matters of teaching offer.
To face Europe’s challenges, and hold a dialogue with several university structures linked to internationalisation, the Secretary of State for the European Union, Juan González-Barba, along with the General Manager for Internal Market and Other Community Policies, Pascual Navarro, will visit the Universitat de València on this Wednesday 18 November.
In addition to meeting up with the Principal and Vice-Principals with responsibilities for internationalisation, research and studies, the Secretary of State will hold a dialogue with part of the university community, which is entitled Entre la lógica estatal y la integración supranacional (‘Between state logic and supranational integration’, in English).
Thus, the European Theatre Project “Escena Erasmus” that work on the European network “EUSCN” will take part in the dialogue. The Secretary of State has been interested in the work of Escena Erasmus and has opened up institutional channels to better understand the initiatives of this pioneering project in Europe.