Misteri d'Elx Board of Trustees and Valencian public universities to collaborate in disseminating and studying the Festa
The five public Valencian universities and the Misteri d'Elx Board of Trustees signed a framework agreement of collaboration. The aim of this agreement, spurred by the Misteri d'Elx Chair at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH), is to promote cultural, academic, training, and research activities within the Valencian university environment that disseminate theatrical, musical, linguistic, literary, anthropological, social, and artistic values of the Misteri d'Elx among students and faculty at these universities.
New Tendencies in Comprehensive Water Cycle Management, The World of the Terrorist, and Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness are some of the courses that the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) is offering in the seventeenth edition of its Summer Courses. UMH Rector, Jesús Pastor Ciurana, Vice Rector for Culture and University Extension, Tatiana Sentamans, and Summer Course Director, Enrique Conejero, presented the 2016 Summer Courses this morning, which begin starting next week. In this year's edition, the UMH is offering 103 courses that are given at 21 locations throughout the province of Alicante.
Dual Bachelor's in Law and Business Administration and Management to be offered at the UMH starting next year
The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) will offer the Dual Bachelor's in Law and Business Administration and Management for the upcoming 2016-17 academic year. By adapting its academic offering to the current social environment, one that is more globalized and competitive, the UMH values the interest in the implementation of this double degree. Sixty places will be available for its first class.
The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) occupies the fourth position in the ranking of the best Spanish universities, along with other academic institutions. These are the results from the fourth edition of the U-Ranking project of Spanish Universities, produced in conjunction by the BBVA Foundation and the Valencian Institute of Economic Research (IVIE). This report analyzed 61 universities, of which 48 are public and 13 private.
The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) has implemented the HELPer program whose aim is to reduce the dropout rate among first year students. This program will strive to achieve this goal by offering them assistance through the design of an academic route and by providing them academic assistance from students who are either juniors or seniors in the same program as them. This initiative came about from the ideas presented during the First Week of Innovation in Management at the UMH, organized by the university Service of Quality.