On 13 and 14 October, the Joint Bachelor Academic expert group met in Cadiz to advance in the process of creating the first joint degree of the SEA-EU Alliance.
Experts in education policy, economics and marine sciences met to shape what will be the first joint degree that SEA-EU will offer to the students of the Alliance. Among the participants are already members of the new partner universities, the University of Algarve, the University of Naples Parthenope and NORD University. In addition, members of the Universities of Cadiz, Gdansk, Split and Malta have also participated in person.
Adelino Canario and Pedro pintassilgo from the University of Algarve, Angelika kedzierska-szczepaniak and Ewa szymczak from the University of Gdansk, Goran corluka from the University of Split, Chiara Cannavale from the University of Naples Parthenope, Thorbjorn aakre, Dolores Modic and Monica Brovak from NORD University, Adam Gauci from the University of Malta, and Andres Cózar, Gonzalo Sánchez, Nieves Gómez, Juan Piñero, Carmen López, Laura Howard and Fidel Echevarría from the University of Cadiz.
The bachelor’s degree in Sustainable Blue Economy should give students fundamental knowledge about the marine environment and its intrinsic links to economic and social activity.