Seville and Malaga sign a collaboration protocol the same day as A-TECH's 5th anniversary

The International Campus of Excellence (ICE) Andalucía TECH celebrated its fifth anniversary this week. To mark the event, a meeting was held with the Board of Trustees at the University of Seville to take stock of the past five years and set future actions.

2nd María Zambrano Center Transatlantic Tribunal to discuss communication and education in Latin America

One of ICE Andalucía TECH's internationalisation projects, the María Zambrano Center for Transatlantic Studies, has organised the 2nd Transatlantic Tribunal for 20th and 27th October, in collaboration with the Doctorate Programme in Education and Communication. On this occasion, the Tribunal will focus on Communication and Education in Latin America and Spain.

The first 'Escala Local' workshops on self-building ecologies

The Andalucía TECH International Campus of Excellence (ICE) and the association Lógicas Locales organised the first Escala Local (e:L) workshop, an international architecture meeting that theoretically and practically experiments with materials and technologies conceived locally. Espacio Link hosted the workshops on 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th October.

Young scholars of Korean Studies meet for the first time in Malaga

History, philosophy, literature and international relations are some of the subjects that brought more than 35 young scholars together from 30th September until 2nd October at the University of Malaga for the 12th Korean Studies Graduate Students Convention.

The University of Seville in the top 10 in Spain according to Times Higher Education

The University of Seville is one of the top 10 universities in Spain, according to the latest Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.

The THE rankings are based on five work areas: excellence in education, excellence in research, impact factor, industry income and international outlook of each institution.

The University of Seville welcomes more than 1500 foreign students

The University of Seville has received more than 1500 foreign students, who will study in its classrooms during this first term or the full academic year. This figure is expected to rise once the second semester arrivals have registered, and the Masters and PhD students are included in the calculations as they are still in the process of registering. 

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