The International Relations Office has the purpose of promoting a collaborative academic community with the almost 200 partner universities around the world, with the aim of strengthening academic ties, encouraging mutual learning, generating new opportunities for cooperation, and sharing good teaching practices. Some of the collaboration initiatives available are: Joint Courses, participation as Guest Speakers,research, joint projects, among others.
The initiative seeks to encourage collaboration and links between the international educational community with UDD through the co-design of a course, project, work, research, or participation as guest speakers. This aligns with our objective as a university to promote internationalization at home and the development of global competencies in students.
HOW TO TAKE PART IN THIS PROGRAM? International Academics interested in having a global experience can participate in this initiative in one of the following ways:
The proposals must comply with the following requirements:
Collaborative/Interactive: Work between students from both universities has to be considered. Project Design: The objective of the project must have a final task, as a result of the collaboration. Use of technology: The project must consider technological tools in which students can communicate and interact. (Zoom, Meet, Blackboard, Padlet, etc)
HOW TO APPLY?
If you are an International Teacher and you want to apply for the teaching exchange program, you must complete the following Application Form. Once we receive your application, we will contact you to advance this initiative.
If you are interested in participating or have any questions about this program, please contact us:
If you belong to the faculties of Business and Administration, Education, Government, Engineering, Law, and Psychology, contact:
VALENTINA MATURANA Academic Coordinator – International Relations Office email@example.com
If you belong to the faculties of Architecture and Design, Medicine, Health Sciences, and Communication, contact: