Dr. Rosario Arias
Professor of English Literature
Head of Department, Dept. of English, French and German, Faculty of Arts (LETRAS)
University of Málaga
The University of Málaga (UMA, Universidad de Málaga) is a public university established in 1972. With more than 35,000 students and 2,400 lecturers / teachers, the UMA offers 62 degree courses, 22 doctoral programmes, more than 60 master’s Degrees, and more than 80 in-house degrees and 100 courses throughout the academic year. Teaching takes place in 26 Schools and Faculties by appointed lecturers in 81 departments distributed over two campuses.
About 300 research groups are actively involved in national and international research projects, and in public-private collaborative contracts. The patent portfolio includes about 240 active patents; up to 500 research agreements and contracts are yearly signed with a variety of business and private organization. So far, UMA has participated in more than 200 international research projects, among which 48 were funded by FP7, 45 by Horizon 2020, and up to now, 10 projects have been coordinated.
Department of Economics, Quantitative Methods and Business Strategies
The University of Milano-Bicocca (UNIMIB) is a young institution established in 1998. Research and education at UNIMIB are characterized by a strongly interdisciplinary character.
UNIMIB is classified in excellent positions among italian universities in all national and international rankings.
Paula Pinto Costa
Vice-President of the Scientific Council
Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto
Via Panorâmica, s/n
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, with over 3.500 students, offers 13 undergraduate courses, 26 Master’s courses and 8 doctoral courses in the following fields: Archaeology, Information and Communication Sciences, Language Sciences, Romance Languages and Classical Studies, English Studies, German Studies, Philosophy, Geography, History, History of Art, Museology, and Sociology. Within this general framework, courses on offer include more specialized areas, such as International Relations, Translation, Portuguese as a Foreign Language, Comparative Literature, Teacher Training, African Studies, Heritage Studies, Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Planning, and Medieval Studies. Some of these courses are taught jointly with other Faculties of the University of Porto and/or other universities.
Apart from degree programmes, the Faculty also provides a wide range of vocational training courses and continuing education courses (including a range of language programmes covering both European and non-European languages). Most of the vocational training courses are certified by the Portuguese Pedagogical and Scientific Council for In-Service Training and award credits for career development.
The Faculty’s teaching staff is highly qualified and almost all of its members hold doctoral degrees. They have a vast scientific output and significant international experience in their research and teaching areas. Both teaching staff and PhD and master’s students are involved in a number of national and international research projects as part of the activities of R&D Units accredited and financed by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology.
Simon Møberg Torp
Dean of the Faculty of Humanities
Rune Nørgaard Jørgensen
Senior Executive Officer
Faculty of Humanities
The Faculty of Humanities at SDU offers a wide range of activities. The Faculty’s members of staff provide top quality research, teaching and dissemination in fields ranging from classic humanistic disciplines to new areas of research and academic subjects, which we conduct both alone and in close collaboration with our sister faculties.
The Faculty of Arts employs around 500 full-time members of academic staff and has around 6,000 students.