International Relations


Singapore Management University (SMU)

Greetings from Singapore Management University (SMU).On behalf of the university, the Centre for Global Education and Opportunities (GEO) is pleased to share that the inaugural 2023 INDEX (Industry Project-based Experiential Learning) Symposium is set to take place on the campus of SMU in Singapore from 4th to 6th October 2023. This three-day event is organised by the SMU-X and will showcase cutting-edge insights, innovative approaches, and best practices in bridging academia and industry through experiential learning. With an enriching programme of workshops, panel discussions, roundtables, and experiential activities, the symposium aims to facilitate knowledge sharing among experienced practitioners and promote networking with like-minded individuals around the world on how to create meaningful impact on education relating to industry, integration, innovation, and internationalisation. More details on the Symposium can be found in the eDM below.GEO is delighted to extend a warm invitation to your esteemed university to be a part of this enriching experience.CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR ATTENDANCEIn addition, we believe that your esteemed institution has valuable expertise to share with our diverse audience, elevating the calibre of influential speakers and proposals. We warmly welcome you to submit proposals for speaking opportunities and contribute to the advancement of experiential learning in the region. Your insights and experiences centred around the theme: “Industry Project-based Experiential Learning in the 21st Century Asia: Industry, Integration, Innovation, Internationalisation” will help inspire the audience and signal the importance of developing twenty-first century competencies.CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSALGEO Networking EventIf you’re considering attending the INDEX symposium, we would like to extend a special invitation to you for a pre-symposium networking event organised by SMU GEO. This networking event reflects our commitment to continuously enhance support and create new opportunities that foster collaborations and strengthen meaningful connections with our counterparts in the student mobility work at your esteemed university. We sincerely hope you will join us in this unique opportunity to engage with fellow international colleagues in a business casual environment, setting the stage for a more dynamic and engaged experience during the symposium, while advancing our collective efforts and shared goals in global education.The networking event will be hosted and sponsored by GEO, and details are below.Date: 3 October 2023Time: 6pm – 8pm (dinner will be served)Venue: Singapore Management UniversityDress code: Business casualThank you for your ongoing partnership and continued support. We eagerly look forward to meeting and connecting with you at the networking event.For planning purposes, kindly RSVP by 10 Aug 2023.CLICK HERE TO RSVP TO THE GEO NETWORKING EVENTWe very much look forward to welcoming you to the 2023 INDEX Symposium from 4th to 6th October 2023 and would be happy to provide further clarification as needed. We have also enclosed the Symposium’s eDM below for your reference.Greetings from Singapore Management University (SMU)!SMU is organising the inaugural 2023 Industry Project-based Experiential Learning (INDEX) Symposium to be held at SMU (Singapore) from 4th to 6th October 2023. The 3-day symposium comprises workshops, panel discussions, roundtables and experiential activities that will see experienced practitioners share their knowledge and experiences relating to the theme Industry Project-based Experiential Learning in the 21st Century Asia: Industry, Integration, Innovation, Internationalisation. CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE 2023 INDEX SYMPOSIUM WEBSITEPROGRAMMEThe tentative programme is now available via the website. The programme will be updated periodically with more details on the session topics and speakers.CALL FOR PROPOSALSWe are accepting proposal submissions now.The SMU Industry Project-Based Experiential Learning (INDEX) Symposium provides a programme of panel discussions and sessions to ensure delegates are at the forefront of experiential education practices and trends of the Asia-Pacific region.The inaugural INDEX programme will focus on the theme: Industry Project-based Experiential Learning in the 21st Century Asia: Industry, Integration, Innovation, Internationalisation.To be part of the 2023 INDEX programme, your proposal should have a clear connection to the theme, and where applicable, your nominated track.CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSALREGISTRATIONRegistration is now open!(Special discount will be provided to early-bird registration (ends July 12, 2023), speakers, chairs and facilitators.)CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOWSPONSORSHIPSponsorship opportunities are welcome!Connect with us at to find out more.KNOW SOMEONE THAT MAY BE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING?Share this information with your peers and colleagues, and encourage them to sign up for the inaugural 2023 INDEX Symposium.We welcome like-minded international educational practitioners who are passionate about Industry Project-based Experiential Learning, and explore opportunities to innovate the education landscape.CONNECT WITH USIf you have any questions or need further information about the 2023 INDEX Symposium, please write to us at We look forward to welcoming you to 2023 INDEX Symposium in Singapore!Best regards2023 INDEX Symposium Organising Committee (SMU)Kind Regards,Centre for Global Education and Opportunities (GEO)Singapore Management UniversityAdministration Building81 Victoria StreetSingapore

Kyushu University

Warm Greetings from Kyushu University!  We hope this finds you and your colleagues good in health.

Attached please find our fact sheet and relevant materials for our exchange programs for Spring 2024.
If you have nominee(s) for exchange from April 2024 for a semester or a full academic year, please complete the application process as below.

1. Nomination Deadline : September 30, 2023
2. WEB Application Deadline: October 15, 2023

*1. Please send a completed nomination sheet to us by email.
*2. Submission of application materials should be completed by nominated student(s). Details will be notified once we receive a nomination sheet from your office.

You can also nominate your students for ‘Q-PELS (Kyushu University Program for Emerging Leaders in Science)’ which is research-oriented student exchange program for graduate and undergraduate students. Attached is a detailed instruction including list of host laboratories.
* Q-PELS consists of following 4 faculties, the School of Science, the Graduate School of Science, the Graduate School of Mathematics and the Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences.

In case that you cannot send your students’ nomination sheet by the deadline or have any problems regarding the above schedule, please let us know in advance.

Furthermore we published the brochure about exchange program at Kyushu University.
Hope this materials will be helpful for your students who would like to study abroad in Japan.

(Semester Abroad in Japan -Kyushu University Exchange Programs-)

If you have any inquiries, please feel free to contact us.
Your continued support and partnership would be always appreciated.

Best regards,
Yuko HAYASHI (Ms.)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Kyushu University
International Student Exchange Division
#401, Center Zone 4, 744 Motooka,
Nishi-ku, ​Fukuoka, JAPAN 819-0395
Tel: +81 92 802 2276 /2291
Fax: +81 92 802 2287

the Norwegian Partnership Programme

The Norwegian Embassy in Cairo has the pleasure of sharing the below opportunity from the Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation, with universities in Egypt.We are happy to inform you that HK-dir announces a new call for funding for NORPART, Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation with a deadline in September.NORPART shall enhance the quality of higher education in Norway and selected partner countries in the Global South through academic cooperation and mutual student mobility. The programme is funded by the Ministry of Education and Research and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.For more information on the call and the 40 partner countries: NORPART – Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation ( kindly ask you to distribute this information to relevant institutions in your country/region

Hubert H.Humphrey Fellowship Program.

The Fulbright Commission in Egypt is pleased to announce the annual competition for the Hubert H.Humphrey Fellowship Program. This one-year Fellowship program is offered to young and midcareer professionals who have a proven track record of leadership, a public service commitment, andthe capacity to benefit from a program of independent non-degree study at a leading U.S. university,as well as a wide variety of professional development activities, including conducting independentprojects, participating in an internship or a professional affiliation, meetings and consultations withU.S. faculty or experts, field trips, and special seminars. The Humphrey Fellowship Program wasinitiated in 1978 to honor the memory and accomplishments of the late Senator and Vice President,Hubert H. Humphrey.Eligible Fields:• Communications/Journalism• Law and Human Rights• Public Policy Analysis and PublicAdministration• Technology Policy and Management• Educational Administration, Planningand Policy• Public Health Policy and Management• Substance Abuse Education, Treatmentand Prevention• Agriculture and Rural Development• Economic Development• Finance and Banking• Natural Resources, EnvironmentalPolicy and Climate Change• Urban and Regional PlanningEligibility Criteria:• Egyptian citizenship.• Applicants must be residing in Egypt starting from the application process and throughout theselection, placement and pre-departure processes.• Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field of study.• Five years of full-time professional experience. Demonstrated leadership qualities and a record ofpublic service.• Proof of English Language proficiency from any of the approved test centers below. Applicants mustsubmit a score report for only one of the following tests:o TOEFL (ITP) – minimum score 525o TOEFL iBT – minimum score 71o IELTS – minimum score 6.0o Duolingo English Test – minimum score 95o English Proficiency Test from Egyptian Universities – minimum score 525Important note: Candidates who meet all Humphrey program requirements but lack the necessarylanguage skills are encouraged to apply. If nominated and selected, they will travel to the U.S. for anintensive 20–25-week pre-academic English program to improve their language skills. They shouldsubmit a score report for only one of the following tests:o TOEFL (ITP) – minimum score 440o TOEFL iBT – minimum score 42o IELTS – minimum score 5.0o Duolingo English Test – minimum score 70o English Proficiency Test from Egyptian Universities – minimum score 440• Limited prior experience in the U.S.o Individuals who had more than six months of U.S. experience during the five years prior toAugust 2024 are ineligible.o Individuals who have attended a graduate school in the U.S. for one academic year or moreduring the last seven years prior to August 2024 are ineligible.o Individuals who have participated in a State Department exchange programs within the lastthree years prior to August 2024 are ineligible.• Qualified women are encouraged to apply.• Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.• Applicants have to successfully complete all the steps of the assessment and selection process andsuccessfully finalize all required procedures.• Note: University teachers must have management or policy responsibilities, except for teachers ofEnglish as a foreign language, and specialists in substance abuse prevention and treatment.• The following persons and their immediate family members (i.e. spouses and children) are ineligibleto apply during and for a period ending one year following the termination of such employment:employees of the U.S. Department of State; local employees of the U.S. missions abroad who work forthe U.S. Department of State and/or the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID);employees at organizations implementing exchange programs for the Bureau of Educational andCultural Affairs at the Department of State; as well as Board Members or staff of a FulbrightCommission or their families (up to fourth kin).• Individuals with dual U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent resident status may not apply to the program asthey are ineligible for a J visa.English language proficiency score reports may be submitted only from one of the following:Test Type Test Center Name Location of Test CenterTOEFL ITPAMIDEAST Cairo – AlexandriaNile Academy MansouraSkills Castle Benha – TantaAmerican Center for Continuing Education AssiutTOEFL iBTPlease check available test centers at: governoratesacross EgyptAcademic/GeneralTraining IELTSBritish Council Cairo – AlexandriaIDP Center Cairo – AlexandriaDuolingo English Test OnlineEnglish LanguageProficiency Testofficially administeredby an Egyptian nationaluniversityEgyptian Universities Various governoratesacross EgyptRequired Documents:(All documents must be uploaded to the online application by no later than July13, 2023)• Online Application• Copies of transcripts for all post-secondary degrees in English• Two recommendation letters, one must be from the immediate supervisor at the current homeinstitution• Minimum TOEFL ITP of 440 or its equivalent iBT (42), or IELTS (5.0), or Duolingo (70) or an EnglishProficiency Test from Egyptian Universities (440) from any of the centers in the table above• Scanned copy of the original valid National ID• Personal Photo• Scanned copies of any previous U.S. J1 or J2 visas (if applicable)Important: The Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program seeks applicants that have developed a senseof personal integrity and are original thinkers. Copying someone else’s writing, whether from theInternet, from a book or from a friend is considered plagiarism. Any quoted words or sentences shouldinclude a citation. An applicant who is found to have plagiarized in any form (including unintentional oraccidental plagiarism) in his or her application will be disqualified. For further information aboutplagiarism and citation, please click on the following link: Allcontent in applications must be the applicant’s original contribution and his/her own intellectualproperty. Having someone else write or contribute to the writing of an individual’s application, eitherfully or partially, does not uphold the standards of integrity expected of Fulbrighters and may result inthe ineligibility of your application.Grant Benefits:• International travel• Maintenance stipend• Settling-in allowance• Books allowance• Tuition and fees when applicable• Professional development allowance• Health benefits coverageAY2024-2025 Program Timeline:February 1, 2023 Program AnnouncementJuly 13, 2023 Deadline for submitting online applications with all the supportingdocumentsJuly/August 2023 Application ReviewSeptember 2023 Personal Interviews (Only for shortlisted applicants)September 2023 Candidates under further consideration will be informedNovember/December2023Regret Letters (Applicants will be notified via email)TOEFL iBT testing (Only for semi-finalist candidates)March/April 2024 Final SelectionApril/June 2024 Pre-Departure Orientation (Only for principal semi-finalists)April-August 2024 Departure Date (Only for selected applicants who successfullycompleted all above stages and all program pre-departurerequirements)Note: If Long-term English program is needed, grantees will travelstarting from April 2024.Application Link: Information Sessions on Zoom: April 13, May 9, May 24, June 5 and June 18 at 11:00a.m. Registration through the following link: inquiries, please contact us Mobile: 01065547399Working Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.Ramadan Working Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.FULBRIGHT-EGYPT.ORGHubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program[0]=AT2yPyAuFFZgXLwFSeRKBsKADF40NYD0OAqsL6zaDOShKY76fYXN28Hb3zZJEiqSg0w20Y02GsaukE1gWXmzadq7PjD3iBSpZTNrM8-7nsLDKY_iZjFlkLxAmzwbYs1F6Mf8rJ1AZDPhyrADyKraRtYe1wa51UU6B6dnyAIuMvvwprj-L6wowmTPPvcokh4T9d8ljncpF3sD

Falling Walls Lab 2023 Cairo

Falling Walls Lab 2023 Cairo is calling all students and early-career professionals to showcase their innovative idea.

Last Year’s Falling Wall Lab took place at the DAAD-Regional Office Cairo. Out of a total of 7 ideas that have been presented by our “Labsters” during the event, Mr Moustafa Abdelwahap managed to win the jury for his innovation of “Breaking the Wall of Artificial Intelligence in Health”. Moustafa problematised the lack of reliable labelled patient data in medical institutions. Thus, he developed a “Data Annotation Platform” based on an artificial intelligence which assists in the labelling process and is able to improve itself using machine learning. This idea can have a positive impact on the effective administration of patient data in the future. By successfully competing against his 6 fellow Labsters, Moustafa was able to get the opportunity to participate in the Falling Walls Science Summit 2022 which took place from 7th until 9th November 2022 in Berlin.

We are happy to announce that Students and early-career professionals can now also apply for Falling Walls Lab 2023 till June 15, 2023, to present their innovative ideas – in 3 minutes each. You can also check our facebook post here.

Falling Walls Lab is a world-class pitch competition, networking forum, and steppingstone that brings together a diverse and interdisciplinary pool of students and early-career professionals by providing a stage for breakthrough ideas both globally and locally. Selected participants are given the opportunity to present their solutions to some of the most pressing challenges of our time to peers, a high-calibre jury. The first-place winner of the Lab qualifies for the global finale in Berlin on 7 November 2023 and wins a ticket to attend the Falling Walls Science Summit, where they get to interact and network with the world’s movers and shakers of science, business, and policymaking. Falling Wall Lab 2023 Cairo (the presentations) will take place on July 11, 2023, at Marriott Hotel, Zamalek.

We ask you kindly to share this world-class competition and event with your students, advisors, alumni, and departments noting that the deadline for receiving applications is 15 June 2023. For further information and to apply, please visit

The AUF – the world’s leading university network is expanding

Call for applications: Expansion of the Clubs Leaders Francophone Students networkApplication deadline: June 2, 2023Following the success of the 1st call for applications launched in June 2022, the AUF – the world’s leading university network – is expanding its international network of 160 student clubs in nearly 50 countries.For this 2nd call for applications, applications from clubs located in one of the following countries in the region: Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine and Turkey are exclusively eligible.The club must be constituted and managed by students regularly enrolled in an institution (or affiliated with a university) member of the AUF and have a field of activity related to one of the following themes:Employability & EntrepreneurshipCulture, arts and mediaSportScience & TechnologySustainable developmentFind out more about the conditions of participation Applications must be submitted online before 2 June 2023 (23:59 Paris time – France) on this link:[0]=AT2Q_hXFdW9Mf3OhYuXD9HEJHJhlFOCA-tr0UmaZO5UbLiU_Y81hi4JhX91IR52b9C_qOmCurP2bPCGDHZGowUfmWSfPGmG4Bj0SBgW7Y49-IIUYfPKfaydqj1yTlFkDpG_S75RCT2aNQChy5ktscev43128mlg4mEYeTmP0rEQ8QGJoqKdwThjPFmBZYc1Tm62icjasjeZI


  1. Objet du programme :
    Ce programme du ministère de l’Europe et des affaires étrangères (MEAE) finance des bourses
    d’études, longues et courtes, dans les matières pertinentes (histoire, sociologie, philosophie,
    théologie…), en priorité de niveaux master et doctorat, ou de niveau licence selon la qualité des
    Le programme de bourses d’étude est ouvert à la fois à des religieux ou futurs cadres religieux
    francophones amenés à exercer des responsabilités au sein d’une institution religieuse, et à des
    étudiants ayant un projet d’études en sciences humaines lié directement et de façon évidente
    aux sciences religieuses.
  2. Public concerné : Ces bourses concernent des étudiants :
    francophones. Pour les étudiants qui souhaiteraient consacrer une période préparatoire en
    France afin de se perfectionner en français, la demande de bourse d’études devra être faite avant
    le départ de l’étudiant. Ces cas seront justifiés par le poste et le responsable religieux, si le
    candidat dépend d’une autorité ou d’une communauté religieuse. A l’issue de la sélection, si la
    candidature est retenue, le financement de cette période préparatoire ne sera pas assuré par
    le ministère.
    • ressortissants de tous pays, hormis ceux l’Union européenne et d’Amérique du Nord,
    • toutes les religions sont concernées,
    • les candidatures d’étudiants en cours d’études à l’étranger et n’ayant jamais bénéficié d’une
    bourse du gouvernement français sont prioritaires par rapport à celles d’étudiants installés
    en France,
    • les candidatures féminines sont particulièrement encouragées.
  3. Date limite de candidature : 15 avril 2023 (à 17h00, heure du Caire) délai de rigueur
  4. Modalités :
    • La bourse est attribuée pour un cycle d’études (ou pour une partie de celui –ci dans le cas
    des bourses courtes) par une commission de sélection au ministère de l’Europe et des
    Affaires étrangères. Il appartient donc à l’étudiant de prévoir les moyens financiers
    nécessaires à la poursuite éventuelle de ses études en France au-delà de la période couverte
    par la bourse.
    • Si le candidat dépend d’une autorité ou d’une communauté religieuse, un engagement de
    cofinancement de la part de celle-ci constituera un avantage pour ce candidat.
    Les bourses, gérées par Campus France, sont des allocations aux taux standards retenus pour
    les différents cycles d’études. Le montant de l’allocation versée pour une bourse d’études de
    niveau Licence ou Master est de 860 € par mois. Le montant de l’allocation versée pour une
    bourse d’études de niveau Doctorat est 1588 € par mois. Conformément à la réglementation
    sur les bourses d’études applicables au 1er janvier 2023, les frais d’inscription et formation ne
    sont pas pris en charge.
    • Le voyage A/R ou toute formation linguistique préalable ne sont pas pris en charge dans le
    cadre de cette bourse.
    • La prise en charge de l’hébergement de l’étudiant par une institution ou une association
    religieuse doit être mentionnée dans le dossier.
  5. Les établissements d’accueil en France
    Le panel des cursus et des établissements français susceptibles d’accueillir des boursiers ne se
    limite pas à la théologie. Les principaux établissements d’accueil ont été au cours de ces
    dernières années : l’Institut catholique de Paris, le Centre Sèvres-Facultés Jésuites de Paris,
    l’École pratique des hautes études (EPHE), les facultés de théologie, catholique et protestante,
    de Strasbourg, le Studium de l’Institut Notre-Dame-de-Vie (Vaucluse) et l’Université
    catholique de Lyon.
    Cependant, d’autres établissements ont déjà accueilli des boursiers pour des cursus non
    confessionnels : l’université de Strasbourg, l’Institut de recherches et d’études sur le monde
    arabe et musulman (IREMAM) de l’université d’Aix-Marseille, la Sorbonne, l’Institut
    d’ethnologie méditerranéenne, européenne et comparative d’Aix-Marseille, ou encore l’Ecole
    française d’Extrême Orient (EFEO) entre autres.
    Les candidats peuvent postuler à des bourses longues ou courtes
    Bourses longues
    Elles couvrent une période d’études allant de 12 à 36 mois pour tout ou partie d’un cycle
    d’études en France (Master, Doctorat, éventuellement Licence selon la qualité des dossiers).
    Bourses courtes
    Elles couvrent une période d’études de 6 à 12 mois et financent prioritairement des séjours en
    France qui s’inscrivent dans le cadre d’un doctorat, avec ou sans cotutelle, ou d’un postdoctorat. Elle vise ainsi en particulier le financement de chercheurs selon les instructions en
    vigueur pour l’attribution de bourses SSHN. D’autres cycles de formation sont néanmoins
    susceptibles de bénéficier d’une bourse courte.
    Pour les bourses longues et les bourses courtes
    Les étudiants ou congrégations, devront transmettre les candidatures à l’ambassade de France
    en Egypte (service de coopération et d’action culturelle), avant le 15 avril 2023 (à 17h00, heure
    du Caire), délai de rigueur, par voie électronique à tout en mentionnant
    Bourse religieuse puis le nom du candidat dans la barre objet du message
    Pièces constitutives du dossier de candidature à envoyer au SCAC pour une demande de
    bourse longue ou courte :
  6. Formulaire de bourse d’études ou stage selon type de mobilité
  7. Diplôme proposé en équivalence du baccalauréat français et sa traduction certifiée exacte
    visée par l’Ambassade de France ;
  8. Autres diplômes supérieurs et leurs traductions certifiées exactes, visées par l’Ambassade
    de France ;
  9. Attestation délivrée par l’établissement français d’enseignement supérieur certifiant qu’il
    pourra accueillir le candidat, en indiquant la formation prévue et le diplôme visé ;
  10. Projet détaillé des études en France indiquant l’objectif professionnel après l’obtention du
    diplôme et précisant les liens entretenus avec les administrations religieuses dans le pays
    d’origine. Dans le cas d’un doctorat, fournir une présentation détaillée du projet de thèse ;
  11. Pour les candidats à une inscription en licence, document établi par le service de
    coopération et d’action culturelle (SCAC) de l’Ambassade de France ou de l’Institut français
    justifiant cette demande ;
  12. Pour les candidats originaires de pays où le français n’est pas la langue officielle,
    attestation du score obtenu au test de connaissance du français (TCF) de moins de deux ans,
    ou diplôme d’études de la langue française (DELF B2) ou diplôme d’études approfondi de la
    langue française (DALF C1 ou DALF C2).
    Pour les candidats dépendant d’une autorité ou d’une communauté religieuse :
  13. Certificat(s) du statut de religieux délivré(s) par l’autorité ou le responsable religieux,
    visé(s) par l’Ambassade de France ;
  14. Recommandation de l’autorité ou du responsable religieux, comprenant, en cas de
    candidatures multiples, l’ordre de classement des candidats présentés ;
  15. Documents relatifs au cofinancement de la bourse émis par l’autorité ou la communauté
    religieuse présentant le candidat.
    Annonce des résultats
    Les résultats seront annoncés au courant du mois de juin 2023.


L’Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) lance un Appel à communications dans le cadre des 3èmes Assises Internationales de la Francophonie Scientifique, qui auront lieu à Québec du 31 octobre au 2 novembre 2023. Cet Appel à la fois académique et professionnel s’adresse aux chercheur·e·s, aux enseignant·e·s de toutes disciplines, aux acteurs et actrices clés de l’éducation, aux acteurs et actrices économiques et du développement. La date de clôture est prévue pour le 23 avril 2023.

L’Appel à communications de ces 3èmes Assises s’articule autour des 4 principaux thèmes suivants :

  • Thème 1 :   La recherche et l’innovation à impacts : Comment développer de la recherche et de l’innovation à impact socioéconomique ?
  • Thème 2 : L’incubation entrepreneuriale : Comment développer la création d’entreprises dans le milieu universitaire ?
  • Thème 3 :  La formation professionnalisante : Comment développer la délicate triple adéquation formation-emploi-défis socioéconomiques ?
  • Thème 4 : La mobilisation de l’expertise : Comment développer de l’expertise pluridisciplinaire aussi bien pour le développement local inclusif qu’au profit des défis mondiaux complexes et transfrontaliers ?

Consulter l’appel à partir de ce lien :