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International Relations

International Relations Unit

Networks and associations

A significant part of the international dimension of the University of Coimbra is reflected in its participation in international cooperation networks and associations.

Networks are centres of reflection and sharing of ideas, and of effort convergence to implement activities and projects of education and research, which benefit from the synergies created by the different members. Mobility programmes for students, teachers and researchers, but also cultural events, seminars, conferences, publications and dissemination of good practices in the international higher education area are some of the most visible results of the joint work of these networks and associations.

The University of Coimbra is member of the following networks and associations: 

auip

Asociación Universitaria Iberoamericana de Postgrado (AUIP)

179 institutions

20 countries

Portugal, Spain and Latin America

aulp

Associação de Universidades de Língua Portuguesa (AULP)

7 Portuguese-speaking countries and Macao

Coimbra Group

Coimbra Group (CG)

38 Universities 

21 countries
Europe

euraxess

Euraxess (Researchers in Motion) 

around 200 mobility centres 

32 countries

Europe

eaie

European Association for International Education (EAIE)

80 countries

World

eua

European University Association (EUA)

ca. 850 institutions

47 countries

Europe

forges

FORGES - Fórum da Gestão do Ensino Superior nos Países e Regiões de Língua Portuguesa

31 universidades
Angola
Brazil
Mozambique
Portugal
Timor Lorasae

gcub

Grupo de Coimbra de Universidades Brasileiras (GCUB)

University of Coimbra and Brazilian Universities

leo-net_logo

Leonardo Network for Academic Mobility (LEO-NET)

100 institutions

32 countries

Europe

Rede Ibero-americana de Universidade de Pesquisa (RIDUP)

75 institutions

12 countries

Portugal, Spain and Latin America



sun

SUN: The Silk-road Universities Network

Network lead by the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Korea comprising universities located on the land and sea routes of the Silk Road.

Sylff

Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF)

88 Institutions

44 countries

World

Rede de Utrecht

Utrecht Network (UN) 

28 Universities

25 countries

Europe