The Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) has expanded tuition payment options for its undergraduate and master's students, and is offering different payment plans for the upcoming 2015/2016 academic year. Under these plans, undergraduate students have the possibility of dividing their tuition payments into as many as 8 installments, while master's students may opt for as many as 12. The payment installments are interest free.
The Vice Rectorate for Research and Innovation at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche and the Technology Transfer Office (OTRI) have released the Research Report corresponding to 2014. The funding acquired by the UMH last year increased to 9,324,381.63 euros, which is almost 30% more than in 2013. The 2014 report was prepared in a web format, and it is available for online consultation at http://universite.umh.es/memoinvest/2014/.
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.
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).
Researchers from the Instituto de Neurociencias at the UMH discover how the discomfort from dry eye disease originates
A group of researchers from the Instituto de Neurociencias, a mixed center of the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH) and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), has a participated in a study on the origin of the symptoms of dry eye disease. The work, which explains the molecular mechanism leading to the discomfort that causes this disease, has been published in the journal Nature Communications.