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Erasmus Policy Statement



“The emerging concept ―One Health‖ (only one Health: human, animal and environmental) has been a benchmark in the sphere of vocation and specialization at Escola Universitária Vasco da Gama, throughout its 20 years of experience and training in the area of Veterinary Sciences, continuing to explore new forms and new areas of transnational cooperation, in strengthening the understanding of the close relationship between human, animal and environmental health.

In institutional terms, the actions developed within the scope of the Erasmus Charter will highlight the areas of Veterinary Sciences related to Animal Production, Public Health, Animal Health, Food Safety and Translational Research on the path of Sustainability (Sustainability = prevention for Health ), relating them to correlated areas, on the path of Prevention, Intervention and Rehabilitation in and of the Environment.

In this context, EUVG does not see internationalization as an objective by itself, but rather as a dimension transversal to its mission and objectives, in a global context. More than promoting experiences abroad, internationalization will fuel the acquisition of pedagogical, scientific and social skills, while allowing its modernization through the development of soft skills that underpin the principles of understanding, equity and intercultural sharing, promoting also consolidating its identity in a more tolerant and inclusive way.

Transnational cooperation, based on the choice of key partners is, therefore, a decisive factor for this institutional dynamic, consistent with the European strategy for the promotion of Quality in Higher Education and implementation of best practices: Working in a network and creating an environment conducive to the growth of all the Institution's assets, whether abroad or with representatives from abroad. This path will allow, simultaneously:

- Ensure the modernization of the Institution, promoting the mutual and automatic recognition, among the partners, of the skills acquired in the scope of the actions carried out, achieving a greater internationalization of the curricula and institutional procedures;

- Modernize the Institution by sharing knowledge and good practices in all aspects of the procedures (administrative, pedagogical and scientific);

- Strive for intercultural sharing, inclusion, tolerance and equal opportunities, regardless of the socio-economic context of the participants.

Keeping our geographical priorities (Europe and the promotion of a European identity within the institution), we remain available for new opportunities for cooperation with more remote regions, which may arise within the cooperation projects to be developed with current partners.

In order to understand the established objectives, it is important to understand first the concrete context of the Institution, as a University School, whose main identity and differentiating characteristic is the culture of proximity, with a dimension that gives it its own characteristics, namely tutorial and accompanied teaching, in a one-to-one relationship between the participants.

In this context, the Institution has, for specific objectives, within the scope of its strategy for internationalization and, more specifically for the implementation of the Program, after the granting of the Erasmus Charter:

- Promote the sharing of differentiating pedagogical practices in the scientific areas of academic training at the Institution, as well as lifelong learning and the exchange of good practices in the sense of excellence in academic, pedagogical and scientific management;

- Promote the relationship between education, research and innovation, with a view to creating new job opportunities for professionals in the areas of the study cycles taught, as well as finding new solutions in the models of continuous training, with a view to creating identity factors of the Institution's training offer, which give its students differentiating characteristics, in a progressively more specialized and competitive labour market;

- Consolidate the French taught courses, and promote English taught courses of the study cycles, ensuring the acquisition of skills in at least two foreign languages, within the Institution;

- Encourage the execution of Student and Staff Mobility (in various formats), as a way of enhancing not only professional and scientific, but also social skills, in the search for excellence and the promotion of a more global conscience and the feeling of belonging in the European territory.

- Encourage the execution of Staff mobility, boosting their training with partners, in the areas of academic management and Communication, acquiring skills that will enrich the institution's procedures, as a path to its modernization and development.

Our Institution thus reiterates its commitment to fostering a culture of unity between partner countries and entities, and the spirit of a single, democratic European territory, with free movement and equal opportunities. “



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