Staff Training Week 2014

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Staff Training Week 2014

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Staff Training Week 2014

The University of Granada is happy to inform you that its 5th Staff Training Week within the LLP/Erasmus Staff Mobility Programme will be held from 2nd to 6th June, 2014.

The five-day programme will consist of plenary sessions, round tables, workshops, presentations and social events. Our purpose is to transfer and exchange experience and know-how; beneficiaries will be given the opportunity to learn from the experiences and good practices of the partner institutions. They will, thus, acquire practical skills relevant for their current job and their professional development.

Who can attend?

The Staff Training Week is open to all administrative members of staff of our partner Universities. That is, it is not necessarily for International Relations Office staff. This initiative will be focused on 3 main tracks:

  • General University Administration. We will accept up to 60 participants.
  • University libraries. We will accept up to 20 participants.
  • Information Technology. We will accept up to 10 participants.

If we receive more applications, there will be a selection process based on our possibility to find the best match for our Granada colleagues, in order to maximise the outcomes of the week. We will send you an email in the last week of March to let you know whether your application has been selected.

What is in the programme?

The programme will be drawn up for specific themes from an administrative point of view. The topics that will be covered will be as follows:

How to apply?

The online application is open from 10th to 23rd March 2014 inclusive:

Instructions - Online application:

  1. Choose the option “Acceder como Invitado”.
  2. Go to the third page.
  3. Choose the option “Solicitud PAS/PDI – IN / Apply for UGR”.
  4. Click on “Staff Training Week” in order to fill in and send us your application form.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact Ms Tanya Grigorova or Mr Javier Caballero by sending an email to