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Servizio IDEM

L'Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma - UNINT, aderisce al servizio IDEM (IDEntity Management per l'accesso federato), l'infrastruttura di autorizzazione a autenticazione della rete GARR.
IDEM è la prima Federazione italiana di infrastrutture di Autenticazione e Autorizzazione (AAI), ha lo scopo di consentire agli utenti della comunità scientifica e accademica nazionale di accedere più facilmente a servizi e contenuti in rete messi a disposizione da organizzazioni diverse.
 
L’adesione a IDEM offre agli studenti, ai docenti e al personale della UNINT,  il vantaggio di utilizzare le sole credenziali istituzionali a tutte le risorse disponibili attraverso la Federazione.
 
Nell’ambito della Federazione IDEM, GARR agisce da coordinatore fornendo l’infrastruttura centrale e i servizi e sottoscrivendo i Contratti d’Adesione.
 
 
Per accedere a tutti i servizi disponibili è possibile utilizzare le proprie credenziali di accesso al Sistema di Segreterie Studenti Online, ai computer e al servizio wireless.
 
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I servizi raggiungibili attraverso la Federazione sono resi disponibili dai membri e partner di IDEM. Il sistema, ad ogni richiesta di accesso ai servizi, fornirà al titolare del servizio specifico le seguenti informazioni:
 
Vengono elencati di seguito gli attributi che l'UNINT è autorizzato a rilasciare ai fornitori di risorse che ne facciano richiesta: 
 
Informazioni Personali
  • commonName (Nome e Cognome)
  • surname (Cognome)
  • givenName (Nome)
Contatti
  • email (Indirizzo di posta elettronica)
Organizzazione di Appartenenza
  • eduPersonAffiliation
  • eduPersonScopedAffiliation (informazioni sull'affiliazione dell’utente presso l’organizzazione di appartenenza per esempio Student, Member, Staff, Affiliate, Alumn...)
Altri identificativi (opachi)
  • eduPersonTargetedID (identificativo anonimo, persistente, non riassegnabile, dell'utente ovvero una stringa generata automaticamente dal sistema che non contiene informazioni dell'utente)

 

Ufficio Mobilità e Relazioni Internazionali

L'UMRI (Ufficio Mobilità e Relazioni Internazionali) si occupa delle strategie di internazionalizzazione dell'Ateneo, della creazione e gestione dei programmi di scambio studenti, docenti e personale TA (sia nel quadro del Programma Erasmus+ che al di fuori), dell'organizzazione di eventi internazionali e dell'accoglienza dei rappresentanti degli Atenei/Istituti partner. 
 
Obiettivo principale dell'UMRI è quello di espandere la rete di contatti e partnership internazionali, sia all'interno che al di fuori dell'Unione Europea, per consentire di rendere la dimensione internazionale dell’Ateneo un tratto peculiare e facilmente distinguibile. Al centro di questo progetto di espansione a livello globale vi è lo studente. In un mondo sempre più globalizzato, lo studente si trova calato in un vero e proprio melting pot accademico che gli consente di crescere individualmente e culturalmente e, in particolare, di allargare i propri orizzonti, dote oggigiorno indispensabile per aver successo nella sfera occupazionale. 
 
Grazie al lavoro congiunto di docenti e personale, la UNINT può vantare complessivamente oltre 70 accordi internazionali con istituti di oltre 20 paesi situati nei cinque continenti del globo allo scopo di promuovere un ampio ventaglio di attività accademiche, tra cui:
 
  • la mobilità studentesca;
  • la partecipazione congiunta a progetti di ricerca scientifica;
  • l'organizzazione congiunta di corsi di formazione e specializzazione, di seminari, conferenze, workshop;
  • la partecipazione congiunta a progetti europei (ERASMUS+);
  • la scrittura e la pubblicazione congiunta di materiale didattico specializzato;
  • l'organizzazione di joint courses.
 
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Erasmus Policy Statement

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International News

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Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS)

UNINT is committed to an internationalisation process addressed to cultural integration and knowledge advancement. To present date, about 60 cooperation agreements have been signed with foreign universities supported by Erasmus and Governamental Funds and by funds offered by the University itself for the extra-European areas allowing students and teacher staff exchanges and fostering joint research activities. UNINT turns towards European and extra-European Countries, in particular to those able to valorize its educational offer and to enrich its research areas with quality and a transnational dimension. UNINT international strategy is addressed to the strengthening of the external collaboration actions carried out to present and to their further development relying on a consolidated network of universities, research organizations in other countries with the aim to:
 
  1. offer international career opportunities to students,
  2. create the appropriate environment for the development of scientific activity and of the competencies of the teaching staff,
  3. gain visibility and international support/development for national initiatives.
In order to reach such objectives, the University will collaborate with internal research centres, the Placement Office (to stimulate the access of students to the foreign labour market) and of the Erasmus Office (to gain international visibility for the University).
Partners are chosen through top down and bottom up approaches and educational requirements, student needs and the development address of the University are taken into account.
The consolidation of international collaborations is addressed to Countries able to ensure continuity to the University’s teaching courses, coherence with the studied languages and with the research areas and thematic and provide access to European funding.
In addition to the Countries of the ERASMUS area, the international collaboration activities are also concentrated in the following areas:
 
  • Mediterranean and Middle East - the aim is to establish a network with the universities and organizations belonging to the Mare Nostrum costal Countries creating joint educational paths in tourism economy and event management. in this context, in the short term, the UNINT intends to reach bilateral cooperation agreements with Maghreb and Middle East universities and aims to launch a gradual collaboration process starting from teachers’ and students’ exchanges in the Arabic language study field.
  • Eastern Europe and Russian Federation – In order to strengthen the educational offer related to the Russian Language and to the development of the regional small and medium enterprises. In this context, the aim is to develop a structured programme for student and teaching staff exchanges and foster the joint preparation of proposals within the Erasmus for All framework. At present exchanges between students and teachers with the Universities of Saint Petersburg and Moscow are active.
  • China- UNINT has a consolidated experience in the teaching of the Chinese language and culture and enjoys the collaboration of two important universities- Fujen University (Taiwan) and Qingdao University of Science and Technology (China)- for student and teaching staff exchange activities. The aim is to raise the number of cooperation agreements, in order to guarantee Chinese language and culture lectures held by mother tongue teachers and offer universities and study stays in China to an increased number of students.
  • Central and South America - the cooperation with Countries in this area is addressed to the strengthening of the knowledge of the Spanish language and to the understanding of the political systems and economic changes involving the area. The aim is to stimulate mobility actions for students and researchers offering study stays and “on the field” research activities through thesis abroad programmes.
  • Canada- a several year lasting collaboration relationship exists between UNINT and the University of Laval, offering students and professors the opportunity deepen their knowledge and foster research of the French language in particular the specificities of the French language in Quebec. The aim for the next years is to increase the number of cooperation agreements and increase mobility exchanges.
Through careful consideration of the opportunities of the Erasmus for All programme and the participation to ad hoc working groups in CRUI, UNINT aims to develop double/multiple/joint degrees. The process for the program definition will be based on the concept of topic related cooperation, it will be addressed to the enforcement of already existent cooperation relations and it will involve a set of meetings with involved partners.
Those described above, together with other mobility programmes to be fulfilled in the next future, are addressed to firstcycle university students (starting from the second year), to second-cycle university students and to researchers.

 

UNINT will carry out actions which aim at increasing the social dimension of its educational mission widening access to higher education for underrepresented groups as well as for non-traditional learners by reinforcing the access to guidance and counseling for students in difficulty or disadvantage and through the creation of flexible learning paths.
UNINT will also promote the gender balance in relevant disciplines and roles. Moreover, the university will periodically collect students’ opinions about the quality of the social environment and integration within the university and improvement actions.
UNINT will support activities that help adaptation of curricula to current and emerging labour market demands and offer employability and transversal skills. The Placement Office will be in charge of the organization and collection of feedback from students, at the end of traineeship, to individuate gaps between curricular education activities and business and employment needs.
UNINT will support activities to develop innovative strategies to boost mobility or ways to remove obstacles to mobility in higher education. Priority will be given to strategies for the full recognition of the period students have spent abroad through the set up of standardized recognition procedure tailored for different international educational systems. Moreover, academic years will entail several "mobility windows" for teachers, educational leaders / managers, trainers and students in order to spread a mobility culture and attitude. In order to develop its innovation potential, UNINT will carry out a comprehensive set of joint activities, involving new
learning and teaching methods, the design and delivery of new multidisciplinary curricula and innovative courses in partnership and co-operation with business, entailing experiences on the field for students and teacher, in the national as well as in the international context.
In order to increase the access to external funding opportunity for the academic research, UNINIT organizes twice per year a research summit (conferenza di ateneo sulla ricerca) addressed to academic researchers and professors, in order to update each other on their research topics and explore the opportunity to develop synergies and innovative and interdisciplinary projects. Teachers and researchers will entertain a periodical communication flow with the office responsible for the identification of funding opportunities at European level, which will have the task of identifying funding opportunities for each of the issues reported by the teachers.
 

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education

 

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Bandi Erasmus+ UE

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Bandi Erasmus+ extra UE

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Bandi Relazioni Internazionali

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