Agreements and Joint Nature projects (several universities in different countries)


Projects on a global scale developed form, notably EUROBROADMAP. Counting with the participation of Professor Eustógio Dantas, this research project deals with the collective representations of the students in relation to Europe and the World.
It has funding from the European community and involves several educational institutions in Brazil (USP, UFC, and UFAM UFRJ) and other continents: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS); Université Paris Diderot Paris 7; Université Libre de Belgique; Centre for Geographical Studies (Portugal); Nordic Center for Spatial Developement (Sweden), IRMCo (Malta); Alexandru Ioan Cuza University (Romania); Dokuz Evlul University (Turkey); CAUPA (Cameron); East China Normal University (China); Delhi School of Economics (India).(SITE: http: //
From the Brazilian group, it was launched in 2013 the synthesis work of research developed: DANTAS, E. W. C.. A visão da Europa no Brasil: as especificidades dos olhares alencarinos. In: MELLO-THÉRY , N. A. de; THÉRY, H. (Orgs.). Visões da Europa, representações e discursos. 1ed. São Paulo: AnnaBlume, 2013, v. 1, p. 217-252.

b) Alliances Program for Education and Training , The Organization of American States , the Coimbra Group of Brazilian Universities - PAEC OEA/GCUB

In 2014, we adhere to Alliances Program for Education and Training (APET) 2014, The Organization of American States (OAS) and the Coimbra Group of Brazilian Universities (CGBU) with support from Educational Themes Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil through the Alliances Program for Education and Training (APET).
This program supports graduate students in higher education in the Americas by offering academic scholarships for Masters and Doctoral programs in Brazilian universities. So, we booked a doctoral fellowship share of our program in 2015 in order to comply a Colombian student, Diana Tovar, supervised by Prof. Jeovah Meireles, and in 2016 a Venezuelan student, Gloria Bolivar, directed by Prof.. Adryane Gorayeb.
The body of international partnerships formed there is the possibility of characterizing the program policy in the internationalization process, with the presentation of the seven outlining actions implemented in this quadrennial assessment: The first action, minimizing dependence on foreign institutions in the field of staff training.As for the formation of doctors there is an independence of Postgraduate degree, passing to form doctors that are embedded in other institutions and even in the very UFC.
Regarding the postdoctoral program's investment in directing the implementation stages of: i. institutions Spanish and American, diversifying destinations, previously focused on French institutions; ii. African institutions, Postdoctoral stage of development associated with the dynamics of research and staff training in Cape Verde.
The second action, the establishment of symmetrical relations with institutions based on reasonable number of developed and based on projects financed by Brazilian and international development agencies countries. In addition to classic partners (CAPES, BR, CNRS and COFECUB, FR) is noteworthy expansion of partnerships with projects funded by the Carolina Foundation (ES) and, more recently, the Fulbright and National Science Foundation (USA).
Noteworthy: i. experience of teachers in our program as visiting professors at the Université de Paris IV and the possibility of replicating the same in American institutions; ii. theses co-guidelines in French and Spanish institutions.The third action, training of teachers and different nationality doctors of Brazil. In training professors in Cape Verde, under the auspices of project approved in the Pro-Africa.
The formation of doctors from Latin America, marked in accordance with the OAS. The fourth action on the involvement in doctoral co-guidelines (joint supervision) abroad (one in France and two in Spain) and receiving post-doctoral graduates in Spain (2). The fifth action, the possibility offered to our students conducting doctoral sandwich, much associated with agreements in Portugal, Spain and the United States. The sixth action, the involvement of foreign visiting professors in our program and associated with established agreements.
From an initial experience that allowed Prof. performance Jean-Pierre Peulvast as a professor of our program, to the participation, as guests of American colleagues at the University of Texas (Christian Brannstron and Wendy Jepson).
The seventh, but not least, action - the internationalization of scientific production of the program, serving papers in international journals (Herodote, Paris; Confins, Paris / Brazil; Géographie et Cultures, Paris; Journal of Coastal Research, Géomorphologie, Paris; Geodynamics Acta, Paris; Tectonophysics, Amsterdam, Geomorphology, Amsterdam) and books served on international publisher (SPRINGER).