For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the European Commission is proposing to increase funding for Creative Europe, the programme supporting European cultural and creative sectors and audiovisual works, to €1.85 billion.
The Erasmus programme already enables millions of young Europeans to study, train or learn abroad while broadening their experience and awareness of Europe, and increasing their future chances on the job market. With doubled funding, this programme will be even more effective in supporting key political objectives such as building a European Education Area by 2025, empowering young people and promoting a European identity through youth, education and culture policies.
How has the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) progressed since the Yerevan Conference
in 2015? The latest report "The European Higher Education Area in 2018:
Bologna Process Implementation Report” paints a broad picture of this ongoing process throughout its seven chapters from various stakeholders' perspectives.
Prepared for the European Ministerial Conference and held in Paris on 24-25 May 2018, this report explores the evolution of the EHEA from common key values to internationalization and mobility using qualitative information and statistical data.
The report also addresses the key commitments within the context of the EHEA (implementation of a 3-cycle degree structure, quality assurance and recognition), in addition to the other priorities identified Yerevan Communiqué
(teaching and learning, social inclusion and employability).
The report is the outcome of a close collaboration between the Bologna Follow-up Group (BFUG): Eurostat, Eurostudent and Eurydice.
The following organisations were also involved: European University Association, the European Students Union
and the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education.
Guide with information for summer jobs in the European Union
The new regulation of the European Union on data protection, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD), comes into force today to give European citizens more control over the collection and use of their personal data on the Internet and reinforce protection in the event of leakage of information.
The new regulations will serve to give greater confidence to citizens when sharing their data on the network, through, for example, online shopping, submission of income tax return or use of social networks. The RGPD helps to control the use that organisations make of the personal data they collect and guarantees the necessary procedures to protect them.
European citizens may force companies that have included them in their customer databases to unsubscribe their information to stop receiving unwanted advertising or request the removal of online content that is offensive. Also, they will have the right to claim their personal data stored by the companies supplying online services if they want to change to a new one. Stricter regulations in the treatment of data also implies that Internet users have the right to be informed if a breach by a company puts personal rights and liberties at risk.
For further information:
Seven steps for businesses to get ready for the GDPR (a guide for companies)
This course aims at the analysis of the most important challenges facing the European Union nowadays. The Brexit, the prolonged financial and economic crisis, the migratory crisis and the fight against climate change, represent the main challenges that the European Union has to face, trying to overcome important difficulties in order to offer an answer to each and every one of them.
In June 2018, the European Commission will select 15,000 young people who will receive a travel bonus to explore Europe.
Travelling allows you to take advantage of your freedom of movement in Europe to discover its diversity, enjoy the European cultural wealth and make new friends throughout the continent.
2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. This means that you will also have the opportunity to participate in the many events that are taking place this year all over Europe to celebrate our fantastically diverse cultural heritage.
Applicants must be 18 years old (and not yet 19) at the time of application and have the nationality of one of the EU countries. You can travel up to maximum 30 days and visit up to 4 different country destinations. Moreover, there is the possibility to travel either individually or as a group.
For the most part you will travel by rail. Travel scenery on European trains can be stunning. It provides an ever-changing, endlessly entertaining variety of towns and landscapes that help you discover and better understand the diversity of Europe.
In order to ensure the widest possible access, the travel pass will also offer, where necessary, alternative modes of transport including buses or ferries, taking into account environmental, time and distance considerations. In exceptional cases and when no other transport means are available, travel by plane will be permitted
Those interested need to apply in June 2018 over a two week period (details to be released soon). Final selection will be carried out via the European Youth Portal, where applicants will be asked to complete an online application form and enter the competition.
Once selected, participants need to commence their travel experience between July and end of September 2018. Please note that the Commission will only cover the travel pass. Accommodation, subsistence or other expenses related to the trip shall be covered by participants.
The guide includes calls for youth European programmes
The European Commission is launching an online public consultation addressed to all Europeans, asking them what direction they want the European Union to take in the future.
This is part of the ongoing debate on the future of the EU at 27, launched with the Commission's White Paper of 1 March 2017. Citizens can already submit their views online. The online consultation will also run in parallel to the ongoing Citizens' Dialogues being organised by the European Commission and by Member States.
The consultation will run until the Sibiu Summit on 9 May 2019.
In March 2017, the Commission launched a new debate on the future of the EU at 27, through the publication of a ‘White Paper on the Future of Europe’. Members of the Commission have been travelling across Europe and listening to citizens' views on the different scenarios put forward, giving everyone a chance to contribute to shaping the Union.
For further information:
Ofertas de plazas del SVE. Toda la información en el siguiente enlace:
Contacto: Subdirección de Cooperación Universitaria al Desarrollo
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Los días 30, 31 de mayo y 1 de junio de 2018 se celebrará en la Universidad de Alicante el V Taller de "Operaciones conjuntas internacionales. Situación de la inmigración en el Mediterráneo", organizado por el Instituto Universitario de Investigación sobre Seguridad Interior (IUISI).
El taller dará a conocer la situación actual de las operaciones conjuntas, cómo se gestionan, su desarrollo y la evaluación deseable en un futuro. Asimismo, se dará a conocer cómo la Guardia Civil contribuye a crear el NSP (national situational picture) de España en lo relativo a las operaciones conjuntas en el ámbito internacional, los diferentes escenarios posibles a los que nos enfrentamos en el desarollo de estas operaciones conjuntas y la estrategia que las ampara.
Fechas y horarios:
Miércoles 30 de mayo de 09.00 a 17:30h.
Jueves 31 de mayo de 09.00 a 18:30h.
Viernes 1 de junio de 09.00 a 12:45h.
Lugar de celebración: Salón de Grados Rector Ramón Martín Mateo, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Alicante
Inscripción gratuita a través del siguiente formulario (abierto hasta el 13 de mayo): https://goo.gl/fKvXyh
Europe Day celebrates peace and unity in the European continent. The date marks the anniversary of the historical "Schuman Declaration". In a speech delivered in Paris in 1950, French Minister of Foreign Affairs Robert Schuman presented his idea of a new form of political cooperation in Europe where a new war among European nations would be unthinkable. Schuman's proposal is considered the beginning of what is now the European Union and since then, celebrations are held every 9 May.
Click on here to see the activity programmes for this purpose in all Spanish regions
The European Data Centre of the University Carlos III has published a video about training and employment opportunities for young people in the European Union, including Erasmus + programmes, European volunteering programmes, internships and open competitions to EU institutions and the European EURES portal for job search. The video has been prepared within the framework of the project "Young people facing the challenges of the European Union in the 21st century" funded by the General Directorate of European Affairs in the Community of Madrid.
It lasts two minutes minutes and is now available at https://youtu.be/YrAjZeOym0I
Present the main European funding programmes where local entities can participate.
Maximize European funds collection by the municipalities in the Province of Alicante.
Analyse examples of good practices in projects managed by local entities.
Discuss the participation of local entities in the European budget period 2021-2027.
Local and regional authorities, municipal and regional officers, public entities, business associations, companies, local associations, local development agents and, in general, civil society involved in urban development.
Date: 11 May 2018
Venue: Alicante Archaeological Museum
Aimed at graduates and last-year university students who intend to apply for the selection process of the various EU institutions.
I. General framework on the functioning of the EU institutions and agencies. Culture of peace, multiculturalism and values of the European Union. Different paths of professional development within the European Union. Workshop on search of EU job opportunities. Keys for writing Europass CV and motivation letter. Coaching practice.
II. Admission phase. Keys, tips and practical exercises for the preparation of the oral test, the numerical test and the abstract reasoning test. Self-knowledge test. Keys to a good preparation strategy of open competitions: SWOT analysis and SMART objectives.
III. Interpersonal, organisational and social skills. Psychological competences: resilience, teamwork, conflict resolution, leadership, time management. Keys, tips and practical exercises of situational judgement tests and "e-tray". Verbal and Non-verbal Communication Assertiveness. Introduction to mindfulness.
IV. Assessment phase. Techniques and tools for group exercise. Keys for oral presentations Resources and tips for a structured interview. Body language and active listening. Case study practice. Group dynamics with invited external evaluators.
Venue: University of Valencia Tarongers Campus.
UV and UPV university members: €150.
On the occasion of Europe Day, on 9 May, the UA European Data Centre is organising a film festival about European cinema at the Law Library, from 9 to 16 May 2018.
The show revolves around three major film awards: the LUX Prize, the European Film Awards (EFA) and the Academy Award for Best non-English Language Film. A selection of films has been made for reference and the interest of the university community.
University Library - European Documentation Centre
Universidad de Alicante
Biblioteca de Derecho
Carretera de San Vicente del Raspeig s/n
03690 San Vicente del Raspeig
Tel: (+34) 96 590 3400
Fax: (+34) 96 590 3464
Carretera San Vicente del Raspeig s/n - 03690 San Vicente del Raspeig - Alicante - Tel. 96 590 3400 - Fax 96 590 3464