Maria de Lurdes Fernandes
Maria de Lurdes Fernandes is Full Professor of Iberian Studies at U.Porto and, since 2018, the University’s Vice-Rector for Education, Academic Affairs and Cooperation. She is the coordinator of the EUGLOH Alliance at the University of Porto.
Having previously served as Vice-Rector for Education and Academic Organization (2006-2014), she has coordinated the University Volunteer Committee, the Summer University Programme and was the Student Ombudsman at U.Porto. She has also coordinated U.Porto’s Support Office for Students with Special Needs, in addition to its Employment Observatory.
She was also member of several Evaluation Committees of programmes and higher education institutions held by the Agency for Assessment and Accreditation of Higher Education (A3ES).
Currently, Maria de Lurdes Fernandes is the Portuguese representative of the Bologna Follow-Up Group and she holds the positions of Chair of the Coordinating Council for Improvement of Teaching and Learning of U.Porto, as well as of member of the National Comission for the Recognition of Foreign Degrees.
This broad experience, together with her participation in numerous national and international meetings and contributions to educational reforms, have given her great expertise regarding the development of Higher Education policies, at national, European and International level.
She authors several scientific articles and books on Portuguese and Spanish Cultures and Literatures.
28 abril Evento
My future job – EUGLOH as a bridge between graduates and employers
Webinar in English and suitable for EUGLOH partners
This webinar, promoted by the EUGLOH Alliance, aims to stimulate the debate on the role of the EUGLOH* in bridging academia and the labour market. Companies, students and academics will discuss the transversal skills needed for the jobs of the future – in a global labour market, in constant change and in the context of the post-pandemic scenario. Invited speakers will also focus on the importance of promoting flexible learning pathways and lifelong learning, in international, interdisciplinary and collaborative settings.
The EUGLOH Alliance – European University for Global Health is a pilot initiative funded by the European Commission through the Erasmus+ Programme. It is composed by 5 European Universities: University of Porto, Lund University (Sweden), Ludwig- Maximilians-Universität München (Germany), University of Szeged (Hungary) and Université Paris-Saclay (France). Its main objective is to stimulate the quality of European Higher Education, Research and Innovation, aiming at becoming a reference international campus in the field of Global Health. Find out more about the EUGLOH Alliance at: https://www.eugloh.eu/.