Internationalization is one of the main pillars of Campus Iberus’ strategy. We promote joint coordinated actions between our four universities in specific areas of specialization, as well as partnerships for sustainable cooperation at three complementary levels of international dimension: cross-border level (with South France), the EU level and collaboration beyond Europe (particularly with Latin America and Asia).
Campus Iberus’ universities have an extensive track record of international presence, which is backed by their participation in more than 300 R&I and Territorial Cooperation projects, as well as collaborations established with institutions from more than 60 countries worldwide. Campus Iberus has a permanent delegation in Bogotá.
Our delegation in Bogotá is a key element in the design and implementation of the internationalization strategy of Campus Iberus. It functions as an international gateway for the institutional representatives and staff from our universities, while enabling close contact and interaction with the Institutions and the Education, R&I ecosystems of Latin America.
In a changing world, internationalization is a fundamental value for a better education, professional development and working prospects. We support international mobility of students and staff of our universities by enabing mobility schemes aimed at co-financing stays for traineeship and teaching purposes in partner institutions in the EU, Asia and Latin America.
Building up partnerships for sustainable cooperation is a fundamental element of our collaborative model, both at the national and the international level. We have active cooperation with public and private organizations from our regional ecosystems, as well as international institutions, networks and fora of particular relevance to the areas of specialization and activity of Campus Iberus’ universities.
We are committed to an active policy of institutional visibility and exchange of good practices. As such, we are active in relevant EU and international fora related to coopeation between Higher Education Institutions and Regional Dimension of Research & Innovation, where the Campus Iberus collaborative model has been presented and recognised as a case-study of International reference.