The French students from the Grande École d’Ingenieurs (ESEO) who will study this second semester in Cantabria were welcomed at the auditorium of the European University of the Atlantic. Professor Juan Luis Vidal, director of the International Relations Office (ORI), has told the students on the opportunity of completing their academic education in a city and autonomous community offering great tourism, cultural, and geographical attractions.
In this regard, he highlighted the wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees offered by the university, with more than 2,000 students, both online and on-site. Adrián Rodríguez, for his part, spoke about the wide range of sports offered by the European University of the Atlantic. Likewise, the Physical Activity and Sports Service manages internal and external campus activities in which all students can participate in a healthy and relaxed environment.
It is, therefore, an opportunity for students to broaden their relationships and, in the case of those coming from other countries, to learn more about the culture and the region. In addition, Juan Luis Vidal has taken the opportunity to indicate that the International Relations Office is available to students to answer questions during their visit.
On the other hand, the academic director of the degree in Translation and Interpreting and the degree in Applied Languages, Dr. Araceli Alonso, also addressed the French students, talking about the opportunity to acquire the skills of a new language in a practical manner while making new friends. The event was attended by Mohamed Ramdani, Director of the International Relations Office of the ESEO Group, who took the floor to highlight the advantages of collaborative student exchange agreements.
Finally, it should be noted that the European University of the Atlantic is characterized by its internationalization policy, promoting the participation of members of the university community in exchange, cooperation, and mobility programs between different countries.