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After two years of break motivated by the pandemic, the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Business has resumed its traditional International Seminaries. In its eighth edition, our classes have received the visit of 12 professors from Germany, Bulgaria, Mexico, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Sierra Leona.
International professors have lectured students on actual issues related to ethics, sustainability, international commerce, marketing, globalization, blockchain, criptocurrency and data mining. To encourage students and provide them with better knowledge of countries for their future mobility, professors have presented their universities and have shared opinions and recommendations. Also, there have been workshops with the participation of teachers and visiting professors to exchange knowledge and ideas on research, innovation and innovative methodologies and conversations to implement new international collaboration projects for teachers and students have started (among other within the scope of COILs and Blended Intensive Programs or BIPs).
Professors from foreign universities have also been able to enjoy different cultural visits to emblematic places such as Museo Sorolla and the culinary culture of Madrid and have gone to a Flamenco show.