The UCA, in its policy of promoting internalisation and external projection, participates in numerous international networks. This participation offers us a series of advantages by allowing us to share experiences and promote synergies in research, teaching and management, facilitating the exchange of students, teaching staff and administrative and service staff, speeding up the work of initiating and executing international projects, among others.
SEA-EU – La Universidad Europea de los Mares
It is an alliance involving essentially 6 universities whose main connection is the sea. Its vision is to establish a distinctly international, multi-ethnic, multilingual and interdisciplinary European University. As an alliance, SEA-EU shares a comprehensive long-term strategy for education, committed to providing outstanding education and research, as well as creating the conditions in which a student can move freely and confidently between disciplines, languages, countries and sectors.
It is the only campus of marine excellence in Spain with global qualification, whose objective is to build the largest scientific and business aggregation dedicated to training, research, innovation and transfer that has the greatest resources and infrastructures in the marine-maritime environment. CEI-Mar integrates Universities, Research Institutes, Companies and Social Agents from the South of Spain and Portugal and the North of Morocco.
Grupo Compostela de Universidades
It is a network of Universities born around the values of the Camino de Santiago with the aim of facilitating and promoting cooperation and internationalisation between universities and stakeholders in Higher Education. In order to bring virtual exchanges closer to its university community, the programme for the Development of Virtual Exchanges VE-COIL
has been established with the participation of the Universities for Virtual Exchange network.
Asociación Universitaria Iberoamericana de Postgrado
It is an international non-governmental organisation recognised by UNESCO, dedicated to the promotion of postgraduate and doctoral studies in Ibero-America. It is currently made up of more than 247 prestigious institutions of higher education in Spain, Portugal, Latin America and the Caribbean.
It is made up of a total of 80 universities whose fundamental purpose is to deepen the path of integration of the Ibero-American peoples, with the aim of broadening the bases of academic, scientific-technological and cultural cooperation between the universities of the region.
Consortium des Universités Euro-Mediterranéennes
It is a network supported by the University of Aix-Marseille and currently brings together more than 70 universities from 19 countries. This association enables actions to be carried out in a wide network with the support of national and European programmes to promote an active policy of international cooperation.
EUA – The European University Association
The EUA offers its members excellent opportunities to share best practice through participation in projects, events and other mutual learning activities involving a wide range of universities, as well as to shape European policies and initiatives affecting higher education and research.
It is an academic network formed by universities from Brazil, Portugal and Spain that aims to promote collaborations between the universities of the three countries in the field of science and technology, highlighting scientific and educational cooperation as a key element in the role that academic institutions will play in a world marked by profound social, scientific and technological changes.
It promotes collaboration in cultural, tangible and intangible heritage, intercultural dialogue, cultural, sustainable, responsible and experiential tourism, archaeology and history, tourism sciences and local development, education and pedagogy, cultural management, communication and sustainable development and landscape and cultural itineraries, with special attention to the “Ruta de los Fenicios”.
Its mission is to promote the creation of up-to-date content on the subject that focuses on the situation of human rights education in Ibero-America, developing training programmes, university extension initiatives, as well as research and dissemination projects with an impact throughout the region.
It is a project of the COIL Virtual Exchange Foundation, Inc., a non-profit corporation to support the international growth of COIL Virtual Exchange at the institutional level. It uses technology to enable international collaborative learning among students at partner universities through joint activities and under the supervision of faculty from each institution.
The Spanish network of the Anna Lindh Foundation, led by the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), is currently made up of more than a hundred organisations spread throughout Spain, whose heterogeneous membership and interdisciplinary activities are an added value. The network’s field of work is diverse, covering areas such as development cooperation, intercultural dialogue, gender equality, youth, education, immigration, the environment and the media.
The University of Cadiz is currently represented in this network through the Office of International Cooperation, which has the function of disseminating the activities developed within it.