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Assessoria de Relações Internacionais (ARI) - English

21 de Outubro de 2014, 14:28 , por Igor Leonardo - | Ninguém está seguindo este artigo ainda.
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New directions, other achievements. The commitment to the renewal of the Catholic University of Salvador (UCSal) is the inspiration to generate an internationalization strategy, with emphasis on global governance.

Beyond a proposal for strengthening research in postgraduate activities, through conventions and protocols, the legal instrument for legitimizing international cooperation agreements, the current management UCSal set to make the main objective is to enter UCSal among the major world-class institutions.

However, the balance of the three pillars - education, research and extension - UCSal promote a different direction and focused on international collaboration to overcome the challenge of a coalition, in addition to traditional universities as innovation systems, including other sectors productive and agencies.

Dissolving borders and improve the function and purpose of knowledge is UCSal contribution; which means development. If the goal is to promote the stimulation of geopolitical space capabilities and support the process of creating a social citizenship, UCSal cultivate the idea of ​​a world without borders through dialogues, knowledge networks and innovation in collaboration with private organizations, non-governmental organizations and any representation of civil society.

Therefore, the International Relations Office is responsible for promoting the internationalization strategy, as well as foster the creation of networks of production and dissemination of knowledge.


The internationalization process is not unilateral. Attracting global partners permeates recognize excellence in education, research and extension. To underline the infrastructure (laboratories, libraries, classrooms, auditoriums, areas for sport, leisure and social interaction) and highlight the preponderant influence of the UCSal research.


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