Academic Ends Mobility Programme In Spain

27 - Nov - 2019

 

An academic from the Nursing Faculty, Naser Abu ElNour, has finished his international mobility programme in Spain as a lecturer in Santiago de University, Spain.

During the 5-day visit, Dr. Abu ElNour had attended the meeting with thirty of academics and managers benefiting from the Erasmus+ Mobility scholarship and belonging to diverse universities of different countries.

On visiting the university of Santiago de, Dr. Abu ElNour has given many lectures to MA students of the Santiago de University Nursing Faculty. He has discussed many topics including social support in Palestine, health care and nursing history, and teaching midwifery in Palestine.

Throughout the visit, a field visit was thrown into the city general hospital, meetings with medical staff of the children intensive care, and finally attending the closing meeting of the project.    

Coordinator of IUG Mobility Programs Ms. Walaa Safi assured that those programs are meant to be implemented for the common good of the university and the personal good of participants.

"International Mobility Programs are significant in the betterment of occupational competencies, personal improvement, business improvement for the participants, comprehensive understanding for education and training policies, systems, and practices throughout a global scale. Furthermore, it helps for the betterment of foreign languages competencies, transferring and exchanging expertise, cultures, and practices," Safi added.

At the university level, engaging in those programs is of a better opportunity to improve its internationalization and management, to enhance the cooperation with global partners as well as improve the academics and manager's competencies.

The external affairs of the IUG is keen to engage in loads of international programs in the regard of capacity building and international mobility. As for the IUG, every year it gets benefit of the academics and students exchange programs by seizing dozens of opportunities.