The University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) and the Galician Audiovisual Cluster (Clag) signed Tuesday in Santiago, a cooperation agreement to promote cooperation between the two organizations to hold activities of cultural, scientific, educational and research. The signing was formalized the rector of the USC, Juan M. Viaño, and Clag president, Andrés Barbé.
Both Clag like USC and have been working in different activities, such as designing a Master of Innovation and Creativity applied to digital communication for the academic year 2017-18, and are determined to continue cooperating in training and technical fields, scientists of common interest, including joint projects, both nationally and internationally. In this sense, they believe that mutual cooperation can improve the activities they are engaged separately and produce an optimization of resources.
So they set a broad framework for cooperation, covering the implementation of projects and programs for research and development to be carried between the institutes and centers of Clag and USC, cooperation in training of research and technical personnel, mutual advice The organization and execution of joint activities related to the social promotion of research, teaching and technological development, exchange of staff for limited time and few others are considered of mutual interest.
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