Inclusion of students with disabilities at university a mobility program experience. Impact analysis
Achieving the right to education is the foundation for building a truly inclusive society, where all people learn together and participate equally.
The new Erasmus + program is in line with the Europe 2020 strategy, the Education and Training 2020 strategy and the Rethinking Education strategy and encompasses all education, training, youth and sport initiatives.
The purpose of the ONCE Foundation is to promote the social inclusion of people with disabilities through the development of programs for the integration of workers, training and employment for people with disabilities.
Inclusive Campus of Granada
We started the European Inclusive Campus of the University of Granada
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The ONCE Foundation for the Cooperation and Social Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities was born in February 1988, by agreement of the General Council of ONCE, and presented to the society in September of that same year as an instrument of cooperation and solidarity of the...
Approximately 80.000 individuals – students, lecturers and administrative/services personnel- are directly linked with the institution. This university population in a city such as Granada, with its 240,000 inhabitants, has converted the regional capital into a lively and...
Founded more than a century ago in 1913, and housed initially at Palácio Valmor in Campo dos Mártires da Pátria, the School has been located in its current building at Cidade Universitária since 1957-58. In 2000, it underwent renovations and expansion, providing the space...
AP’s 11.000 students, 24 vocational educations and 8 art programmes, are clustered into 4 faculties and 2 schools of arts. Even though AP University College is very young, its schools of arts have a long history: the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp was founded in 1898, and the...