The Erasmus + program is the European Union (EU) program that supports education, training, youth, and sports in Europe. It contributes to European cooperation’s strategic framework objectives in these fields and promotes partner countries’ sustainable development in the higher education field.
Intending to innovate and establish beneficial international academic opportunities for the Externadista community, our House of Studies signed this new agreement.
After a little over two months of its inception, the alliance between the Externado and the Coursera international platform, “UExt – Open Doors to the World: Coursera,” comes to an end.
The call for the first semester of 2021 will be open until October 15, 2020, in the new CONNEXT system.
The Internationalization and External Relations Office shares the official information on the recent measures adopted by the National Government regarding the reactivation of some international flights.
The French institution, Rennes School of Business, highly recognized nationally and internationally, is now part of our House of Studies’ international partners.
The Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Internationalization of Higher Education, LACHEC, is a space for international dialogue and interaction seeking the exchange of best practices, knowledge transfer, and the construction of strategic alliances as favorable actions for internationalization.
The Internationalization and External Relations Office shares some figures showing the reception of the initiative “UExt – Open Doors to the World: Coursera,” the result of the alliance between the Externado University and the Coursera international platform.
If you were unable to participate in Jikji Day in Colombia, we invite you to check the Korean Embassy in Colombia’s Facebook account, where you can watch the full video of the event and find out if you were a winner in the Jikji Essay Competition 2019 -2020.
Jikji is the abbreviated title of the book “Baegun hwasang chorok buljo jikji simche yojeol,” considered one of the greatest Zen Buddhism books. The work, consisting of two volumes, is a compendium of the teachings of Baegun Hwasang and the founding masters of Buddhism, with an emphasis on the notion of “looking within the mind.”