SRAP, in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes Sydney, Macquarie University, and the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE), is proud to announce that the first conference between Australian and Spanish universities “Building Bridges between the Australian and Spanish University systems” will be held on Monday 30th May, 4:30pm (Sydney) as a hybrid (in-person + online) event at the Instituto Cervantes Sydney. Both the SRAP President, Dr. Ángel R. López-Sánchez (Macquarie University) and SRAP Honorary President, Prof. Luis Salvador-Carulla (University of Canberra) will participate in the Conference.
This free event, that will be held in English and with key speakers such as The Chancellour of the University of Seville, the Consul General from Spain and high representatives form the Macquarie University and SRAP, will have an active dialogue with Deans from Spanish Universities and finalise with mobility partnership agreements.
Many Australian and Spanish universities and institutions will participate to debate on the current student mobility programs, scientific cooperation, and industry-university partnerships between the two countries. This conference is seeking to reinforce the bilateral cooperation with regards to international mobility in the field of science between Australia and Spain.
The program and the details of the Conference, including participants, is available in English and Spanish (both are links to PDF files).
You can now register to this free Conference to attend onsite (SOLD OUT) or online (both are links to Eventbrite).