The world is incorrigibly plural as Louis MacNeice wrote in his poem “Snow”. To become international is to discover plurality in oneself while discovering plurality in others. Traveling and meeting people, mixing cultures and languages, all contribute to our experience of life and our growth as human beings and as professionals. This need to embrace plurality is increasingly evident in the 21st century.
The FPCEE offers you all this on a permanent basis thanks to its Office of International Relations. We boast over 70 bilateral agreements so that you can stay abroad for as long as an academic year or as briefly as a week. In any of these cases, we will inform and guide you before and after your trips abroad, offering support as needed. We include both students and staff in our programmes. From Scandinavia to the south of Europe, to north and south America, our programmes will enable you to open your minds and understand other ways of doing from an academic and a social point of view. We also receive students and staff from other parts of the world, thus reinforcing our links and backing intercultural exchanges. Make the most of your years at university – make them universal and plural with our help!
Do not hesitate to contact us to solve any doubts you may have.
Dr. Maria González-Davies
Director of the International Affairs Office
International Relations Office