UFRN participates in UniRede’s “Virtual Student Academic Mobility Program”
6 de September de 2021
Applications will be open until next Friday (10) for those interested in participating in the “Virtual Student Academic Mobility” Program promoted by the Associação Universidade em Rede (UniRede) and associated institutions, including the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN). This program will allow enrollment by temporary bond in virtual academic mobility, authorizing students to take curricular components at other higher education institutions.
Students who choose to participate will be issued a supporting document upon completion of their studies, for the purposes of registering or taking advantage of studies at their home institution and/or carrying out complementary/cultural scientific activities, provided that these are provided for in projects within the scope of each course/institution of origin.
In the case of UFRN, vacancies will be offered for the subject “Education and Sustainability”, inserted in the curriculum of the Distance Biological Sciences Course, with a workload of 60 hours. Among the topics discussed in this curricular component are education for sustainability and its link to goals of peace and security, human rights, social justice and care for natural resources. The notice is available on the UniRede page.
Students regularly enrolled in undergraduate courses at IPES associated with UniRede who have completed at least 20% (twenty percent) of the course load of the course of origin may participate in this notice. In addition to UFRN, the Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Norte (IFRN), the Federal University of Piauí (UFPI), the Federal University of Mato Grosso (UFMT) and the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Sul-rio-grandense ( IFSUL) participate in the program.
According to the president of UniRede, Alexandre Martins, this project will “enable experiences, expand the academic and professional curriculum, experiences in the cultural perspective and also carry out contacts or future initiatives that can enable engagement in teaching and research projects. and extension collaboratively and in a network”.
Bruno Cássio – Media Sector at UFRN