Aims and Objectives
The main aim of the internationalisation unit is to strengthen international R&I collaboration amongst local and foreign researchers and stakeholders
The Unit implements regional and international funding programmes, using national funds, aimed at the local R&I stakeholder community
The Unit actively participates in several internationalisation policy fora, and engages in regional and international discussions that inform and provide strategic guidance.
Applications to be received by local entities for recognition as research organisations as per Legal Notice No. 212 of 2018 laying down the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of research, studies, training and voluntary services in the mobility project for young people.
An Interreg Med project which promoted the transformation of Mediterranean Blue bioeconomy field toward sustainable development goals through innovation.
This article was last updated on: November 2, 2023