UCJC student attends a course about the future of Europe at the prestigious Institute of Advances Studies Köszeg in Hungary

As part of progressive expansion of Camilo José Cela University’s international footprint in major global academic and intellectual events, Verónica Gil, student representative and Law and Business Administration undergraduate student has been selected to take part in the course tackling the future of Europe, entitled Surviving Crisis. A practical guide from Central Europe, to be held at the Institute of Advances Studies (IASK), an internationally renown social sciences research institute, based in the Hungarian city Köszeg.

Furthermore, the UCJC Rector, Samuel Martín-Barbero, will be taking part in the round table discussion on ‘The future of the university system and new sources of knowledge’, moderated by the IASK Director, Ferenc Miszlivetz, which will tackle different historic, cultural, political and economic factors. Moreover, Daniel Esguevillas, UCJC Architecture lecturer, takes part in another round table discussion about Cultural Heritage to present his urban ecology model for the city of Los Angeles (USA).

ISAK 2017 Program