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2 University of Genoa Partnerships: 132 agreements of academic cooperation with foreign Universities in 48 countries worldwide; Bilateral Agreements for students, faculty and staff mobility with over 400 Universities in 33 European countries; 13 Networks, Associations, International Organisations.

3 Developing cultural exchanges and international cooperation is one of the main objectives of University of Genoa. By cooperating with foreign institutions, University of Genoa promotes activities aimed at increasing educational, scientific and cultural exchanges. Promotion and support to the internationalization process of University of Genoa are carried out through: Academic Cooperation activities with foreign universities to organise joint study programs, to promote scholarship for research / training development in partner University, to increase the exchange of professors, researchers, students and technical and administrative personnel, to enhance cooperation in the field of scientific research; EU programmes; Programmes promoted by MIUR (Ministry of University and Research) and MAE (Ministry of Foreign Affairs); Implementation of double/joint degrees.

4 EHEF: funded by the European Commissions Asia-Link Programme, is a series of European Higher Education Fairs in seven countries, for students interested in studying in Europe, and of Asia-Link Symposia, for European and Asian higher education professionals wishing to enhance cooperation. University of Genoa: has been appointed by the European Commission as National Coordinating Structure for Italy organizes the participation of Italian Institutions in: - Hong Kong, March Thailand, November 2006 & November India, November 2006 & November Malaysia, September China, October Vietnam, December The Philippines, February Indonesia, October 2008

5 GOING GLOBAL: A series of international educational conferences and exhibitions promoted by the British Council (London – March 2010 and March 2012) CEE: China Education Expo Fair in China is an event offering overseas schools the opportunity to contact the worlds potentially largest recruitment market. The University of Genoa has been participating in CEE since 2005 and it will participate in the next edition (October 2012) as well. EDUCATURK: Fairs in Turkey: Ankara, Izmir and Istanbul (October 2009 & February 2010). Educaturk Fairs combine local and international exhibitors, making it the ideal venue at which to foster strong, professional relationships. EUROPOSGRADOS: a series of fairs in South America, focusing on postgraduate studies in Europe. (Santiago de Chile in 2006, Buenos Aires in 2009, 2010 and 2012). ROAD SHOW: is part of the Invest your Talent in Italy programme, supported by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development.It reaches India and Turkey with the following stages:Istanbul, Mumbai, Hyerabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Calcutta.

6 ACA Academic Cooperation AssociationASEA UNINET Austrian South-East Asian University Partnership NetworkCINDA Centro Interuniversitario de Desarrollo (32 Latin American and European Universities)EAIE European Association for International EducationECTN European Chemistry Thematic NetworkEMACA Euro-Mediterranean Academic Consortium Agreement (partnership EMUNI - University Centre for Euro-Mediterranean Studies)EUA European University AssociationEUCEN European Universities Continuing Education NetworkIAU International Association of UniversitiesPRES Pôle de Recherche et dEnseignement SuperieurREUNILAS Red de las Universidades Italianas y Latino AmericanasTéthys 31 Universities of Mediterranean areaUNEECC University Network of the European Capitals of Culture

7 School on Science Management for Scientists and Engineers (SoSME) – UniGE co-ordinator Art of Sound Sound of Art - UniGE partner Intensive Programme (IP): Chemistry is all around Network – UniGE co-ordinator Comenius Stimulating Entrepreneurship through Serious Games – UniGE co-ordinator Erasmus Multilateral Project Animals in Therapy Education (ATE)– UniGE partner Grundtvig Cargo Securing to prevent cargo damages at road, sea, rail and air (CARING) – UniGE partner VET Quality in ICT Sector – UniGE partner Futu.res – UniGE partner Leonardo da Vinci An e-Book for Europe Economic Policies in the EU and Third Countries Altiero Spinelli Genoa Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence EU Economic Governance and Policies after Enlargement Jean Monnet Up to now the University of Genoa participates in several programmes funded by the EU, as co-ordinator and as partner: Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) approved in 2011:


9 TitleDegree awardedUniversity of Genoas Partners ICE – Interactive and Cognitive Environments Doctorate programme (EMJD) Joint PhD Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands) Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya (Spain) Universitaet Klangenfurt (United Kingdom) Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom) International PhD in Nanobiotechnolgy Joint PhD Philipps-Universität Marburg (Germany) Nanobiotechnology1 st Level University MasterFaculty of Lomosov Moscow State University (Russia) SERP-Chem: Master course in Chemistry specialized in Surface, Electro. Radiation and Photo Chemistry (EMMC) Laurea magistrale in Scienza dei Materiali e Ingegneria dei materiali (University of Genoa) Master de Chemie, spécialization Application industrielle et médicales des radiations Master en Chemii Mestrado em QuÍmica Universitè Paris-Sud 11 (France) University of Poznan (Poland) Universidade de Porto (Portugal) EURMed – Etudes urbaines en Régions Méditerraéennes 1 st Level University Master Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III Universidade de Sevilla (Spain) Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa (Portugal) EMARO – European Master on Advanced Robotics (EMMC) Laurea magistrale in Robotics Engineering (University of Genoa) Master Automatique, robotique et treitement de signal Master in Automatics and Robotics Ecole Centrale de Nantes Warsaw University of Technology Other partners not awarding degree: AIT – Asian Institute of Technology – Thailand Keio University, Faculty of Science and Technology (Japan) Shangai Jiao Tong Universityn (China)

10 TitleDegree awardedUniversity of Genoas Partners Proscenio: Technical Translation, Translation for media and performance arts Laurea magistrale in Traduzione e interpretariato (University of Genoa) Master – Specialité traduction et interprétation Université de Toulouse II – Le Mirail (France) Double Degree Laurea magistrale in Lingue e Letterature moderne per servizi culturali (University of Genoa) Laurea magistrale in Letterature e civiltà moderne (University of Genoa) Master pro en langues et affaires internationales, relations franco- italiennes Master de Langues, Spécialités Langues, civilisations et litératures étrangéres, Parcours Italien University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (France) ProTAvAS: Audiovisual Production and Translation for arts and performing arts Laurea magistrale in Produzione e traduzione audiovisiva per le discipline delle arti e dello spettacolo (University of Genoa) Traduction Specilisée (Traduction, sous-titrage, doublage) Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis (France)

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