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17: Partnerships for the Goals

  • teaching

  • research

  • research

  • third mission

  • third mission

OUR STRATEGIC PLAN ACTIONS

  • AlmaContest

    Open innovation initiatives that involve students in the participative design and development of new applications

  • AlmaEClub

    Creation of an interdisciplinary community open to all personnel, facilitating the dissemination of an entrepreneurial culture within the University via training sessions, seminars and the sharing of best practices

  • AlmaLaBOr and Elab Network

    Co-working spaces equipped with digital manufacturing technologies and networked with advanced research laboratories

  • Almae Matris Alumni

    Active community of Alma Mater Alumni

  • Availability and Accessibility of Data

    Renewal of the system of business intelligence and development of an open data platform

  • Choose Unibo!

    Orientation of secondary school students, helping them to make informed decisions based on their interests and skills

  • Cooperation For Development

    Seek and benefit from synergies among the various cooperation for development activities carried out within the University

  • Entrepreneurial Ideas and Team Training

    Events and activities that benefit the entire student community, in order to draw out new entrepreneurial ideas and support them via the provision of team training

  • European and International Projects

    Promotion of strategic actions designed to attract additional European and international research funds

  • Geographical Strategies

    Strategic planning by geographical area, within a broad vision that encompasses education, research and the third mission

  • Industrial Research

    The University sets strategic objectives and provides organisational tools in support of industrial research

  • Institute of Advanced Studies

    Promotion of the Institute of Advanced Studies as a tool for involving international teachers and PhD students in the inter-disciplinary research and training activities of the structures on the various campuses.

  • Internationalisation at Home

    Expansion of University education that is transnational in terms of content and learning environment

  • International Mobility

    Incoming and outgoing mobility of students, teachers and technical-administrative staff

  • International Networks

    Active participation in the definition of European and international policies in the fields of higher education, research and the third mission

  • Magna Charta

    Promotion and update of the principles embodied in the Magna Charta Universitatum

  • Reception and Orientation Policies

    Improvement of the reception and orientation services for international students.

  • Simplification and Dematerialisation

    Administrative simplification and dematerialisation of processes, via action on the activities carried out by the structures and by the General Administration

  • Territorial Integration

    Territorial integration implemented via dialogue with local institutions, industrial associations and professionals active in the municipality, the region and nationwide, contributing to training, innovation and the economic and social growth of the country

  • Third Mission Observatory

    Activation of an observatory to collect, analyse and highlight all the third mission activities carried out by the University

  • Training as an Opportunity for Personal and Collective Growth

    Implement a policy for the development of the professional community that is consistent and compatible with the strategic decisions made, the organisational objectives and the needs of individuals

  • Transversal Competencies

    Enrichment of the learning paths of students via course units and laboratories designed to promote the development of cross-disciplinary skills in various contexts

  • Unibo4Refugees

    Welcome asylum seekers and refugees within degree programmes and the student community.

  • Unibo4Work

    Support for students actively seeking work during and at the end of their University careers

  • Web & Social Media

    Development of new web and social media tools, to support communications about the initiatives of structures and the strategic actions of the University

KEY FACTS: ALMA ENGAGE

AlmaEngage is a virtual structure for coordinating development cooperation activities within the University of Bologna at a local and an international level. AlmaEngage is part of a broader process in which universities are opening up to the outside world, are actively engaging in social and public issues and are sharing as well as transferring knowledge to the benefit of society. This project serves as a way to promote and put in place any planned initiatives, as well as to create and implement new ones aimed at sensitizing and stimulating academic and non-academic stakeholders on the themes of development cooperation.

Within the activities of AlmaEngage, the University of Bologna has collaborated with international NGOs to identify opportunities for student mobility within development cooperation projects. As for promotion and communication, the University has recently created a photographic exhibition that shows its projects on development cooperation all over the world.