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International Conferences - Media Gallery

  • [11/12/2009] Conference: “The Challenges of Quality in e-Learning Universities”

  • [10-11/11/2009] 10th World Summit of Nobel for Peace Laureates

  • [February 2007] Malta, International Informal Meeting
    In the beginning of February 2007 eight ministers and top officials of foreign affairs of the Euro-Mediterranean countries held their third informal meeting in Malta, at the heart of the Mediterranean. The Valletta meeting is the third of such meetings of Foreign Ministers of France, Greece, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia. These informal meetings of the Euro-Mediterranean countries officials, held twice a year, started only in 2006 with a main objective of ensuring a constant Mediterranean perspective of the European Union’s policies and actions by discussing in an informal and transparent manner, issues of mutual concern to the citizens of these countries representing the southern borders of the European Union. As for the Agenda of the meeting it was topped the issues of illegal immigration, neighborhood policy, the Middle East Peace Process and included as well other issues like the future of Europe & European Energy Policy.

  • [25/07/2006] - Cairo, Egypt - From Med Net’ U to the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO
    Thanks to the results achieved by the European Project Med Net’U - Mediterranean Network of Universities – the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO, the first Euro-Mediterranean distance university based on Italian technology and methodology, was born. Med Net’U, coordinated by Consorzio NETTUNO – Network per l’Università Ovunque – and funded by the European Commission in the framework of the EUMEDIS Programme ended with a great ceremony in Cairo, at Helwan University campus on the 25th July 2006. The Med Net’U Project saw the participation of 32 partners coming from 11 Mediterranean and European countries (Italy, Algeria, France, Egypt, Jordan, Greece, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey) and among them there were traditional universities, distance universities and vocational training centres. The best professors of the various universities involved, the videolessons and the Internet-based multimedia materials in four languages (Italian, Arabic, English and French) that were produced has been collected by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO to which Med Net’U partner universities can now enrol their students. As a result, the students of the Arab world can enrol via Internet, follow the lessons comprised into the university degree courses in Engineering, International Law, Economics, Psychology and Cultural Assets choosing one among the 4 languages and studying on the portal www.uninettunouniversity.net and also on the RAI NETTUNO SAT 1 satellite TV channel, take the exams and get a degree recognised in Italy and in Europe.

  • [25/07/2006] - Cairo, Egypt - Med Net’U Final Conference / Helwan University – Cairo, Egypt
    In Cairo, on the 25th July, the Ministries of Education of several Arab Countries took part in the Final Conference of the Med Net’U Project that was coordinated by the NETTUNO -Network per l’Università Ovunque – and funded by the European Union. Thanks to the results achieved by the European Project Med Net’U - Mediterranean Network of Universities – the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO, the first Euro-Mediterranean distance university based on Italian technology and methodology, was born. The great final ceremony held in Cairo, at Helwan University campus, was attended by Prof. Luciano Modica, Under-Secretary for the University, and Research, representing the Italian Ministry, Prof. Hany Helal, Egyptian Minister of the University and Research and the Rector of the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO, Prof. Maria Amata Garito. Just when this area is under the menace of winds of war, UNINETTUNO is building the future of the new generations. In the present historical period, the implementation of these models of cooperation among the countries of the Euro-Mediterranean Area has an importance that goes beyond the simple issuing of titles. Cooperating to jointly create the skills and knowledge is the way by which you can start new relationships and new models of dialogue and exchange. Prof. Maria Amata Garito, Rector of the International University stated: Thanks to the university and vocational training courses realised in four languages, including Arabic too, and thanks to the network of human and technological resources that we created, European and Arab students will be able to learn from their mutual cultures free from prejudices, whereas the universities will be able to show to the entire world the huge heritage belonging to the Mediterranean Area. A dream that has come true – concluded Prof. Garito – a project that has become a system and that allows us to jointly realise the new professional profiles that are most demanded by the global market of labour.”