One of the six projects funded by the T.I.M.E. Association is ALMoDi: Alumni, Mobility, Diversity: Experiences in Belgium, Japan and Spain.
This project is coordinated by Université libre de Bruxelles (Pierre Lambert, Peter Berke, Thibaut De Norre, Eden Thibaut), Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) – Arantxa Querol Monforte, Javier Sanchis and Keio University (Norihisa Miki)
Today, I had the pleasure to participate in the 2nd project meeting and I’m really looking forward to the next one! This project aims at promoting the T.I.M.E. Association double degree mobility with three specific goals: (1) gather #testimonials of mobility alumni, both on their #studyingabroad period and on their #expatriation enabled by a preliminary T.I.M.E. mobility; (2) develop information package for foreign mobility candidates, combining information on the studies in our institutions, logistic information and cultural drivers of our societies; (3) understand the #hinders preventing some categories of students from embracing the #engineering studies, domestically and abroad.
#AIMoDi: An entire world of trade, #cultural exchanges and relationships between human beings was developed around the market, which the Arabs established in Catalunya Nova over the course of 400 years. They called it “Almodí”