UCJC finalist in the Awards for Good Practices in University Management

University Camilo José Cela was a finalist at the 2nd Good Practices in University Management Awards with the project entitled METANET: New methodology and management platform for TFG and TFM “.

UCJC was present at the 10th Conference of Excellence in University Management held under the motto: “The challenges of university management in the digital age ” and organised by the Club de Excelencia en Gestión on 15 and 16 November.

As part of these conferences, UCJC and other Spanish universities discussed issues related to the need to adapt the university system to digital challenges and changes in the environment.

These issues represent a challenge for University Camilo José Cela and, for this reason, the Department of Quality of UCJC, in collaboration with the various faculties, launched the METANET project with the aim of achieving a work methodology and student mentoring based on the cooperation between departments that are involved in the final master’s thesis. It also seeks to design and implement common standards of excellence in assessment of coursework as one of UCJC’s hallmarks.