MASTER’S DEGREE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND COMMUNICATION IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND PROCESSING (UNED)
This master’s degree is already offering its students the chance to benefit from ERASMUS grants and exchanges of virtual mobility through the CampusNet program, which does not require the personal presence of the student to study the subjects in a foreign university. Contacts are being made with other universities that follow similar curricula at tertiary level to that of offered by the UNED in order to establish bonds of mobility to enrich the education of our students and the international nature of their studies.
As for the program of face-to-face mobility in the master, for those who are not familiar with the ERASMUS (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) program, it is a plan of public administration management, whose aim is none other than to improve the quality and strengthen the European dimension of higher education by encouraging academic mobility of students within the member states of the European Union and some other countries, such as Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey, while supporting transparency and academic recognition of studies throughout the Union.
As a prerequisite to qualify for the program, students must be enrolled in the ICT-ETL master’s degree, be citizens of one of the member states associated to the Socrates Program and demonstrate a good level of knowledge of written and spoken English or a second language of the European Union, in addition to Spanish. The students participating in the program will attend their studies for a period of three months to one year in another European country, which will be validated and should be recognized as a part of the ICT-ETL master’s degree credits upon the students’ return to their own country.
You can find more information about the ERASMUS program at UNED:
via the coordinator of the master’s degree: Elena Barcena (email@example.com) and the coordinator of internationalization: Ana Ibáñez (firstname.lastname@example.org) (this email address should also serve as a contact to propose future agreements of student mobility).