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Introduction to Windsurfing, How to Hold a Good Laughter Therapy Workshop, and Tasty, Healthy and Wholesome Cooking are some examples of the summer courses the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) will offer in its 2015 Summer Courses. This morning, UMH Rector, Jesús Pastor Ciurana, Vice Rector for Culture and University Extension, Tatiana Sentamans, and University Summer Courses director, Enrique Conejero, presented the 2015 Summer Courses. In this edition, the sixteenth, the UMH offers 93 courses at 20 locations within the province of Alicante.
Starting next year, 10 undergraduate programs at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) will offer elective courses in English. Specifically, the programs where these courses will be available include Journalism, Business Administration and Management (Elche and Orihuela), Labor Relations and Human Resources, Business Statistics, Environmental Science, Biotechnology, Telecommunications Technology Engineering, Electronic Engineering and Industrial Automation, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) presented the Dátil '15, an energy efficient vehicle that a group of students from the School of Engineering of Elche (EPSE) will use to participate in the international Shell Eco-marathon competition to be held May 22-24 on an urban circuit in the city of Rotterdam, the Netherlands. This competition rewards the vehicle that travels the most kilometers on a liter of fuel. Attending the car's presentation were UMH Vice Rector for Institutional Relations, María Teresa Pérez Vázquez, and university associate professor and student coordinator, Miguel Ángel Oliva.
The Board of Trustees at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) has released the results from the first report on Job placement of university graduates. The perspective of Social Security affiliation. According to this study, the employment index for UMH graduates ranks above the average of Spanish public universities as measured by the rate of Social Security affiliation. Specifically, the affiliation rate (Social Security registrations) for graduates of the Spanish university system four years after finishing their education stands at 64.4%, while in the case of UMH graduates this percentage increases to 68.1% (69.1% for women and 66.9% for men).