ROLE OF EUROPEAN MOBILITY AND ITS IMPACTS IN NARRATIVES, DEBATES AND EU REFORMS

Univeristat de Barcelona

Founded in 1450, the Universitat de Barcelona ranks within the top public Universities in Spain, in terms of both the quality of the teaching it offers and the productivity and quality of the research carried out by its members. UB has 59 departments, 16 faculties and more than 5,000 full-time researchers, technicians and research assistants. UB has participated in European research programmes since the 4th Framework Programme, and has been granted a large amount of European projects, and  hosted an important number of Marie Curie fellowships and MSCA training networks.

Since January 2010, UB has been part of the prestigious League of European Universities Research (LERU), a network of elite research-intensive universities across Europe which was founded in 2002 with the aim of high-quality teaching and  highly competitive international research.

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Does the gap in migration research between high-income countries and the rest of the world matter? My thoughts in the @COMPAS_oxford blog: https://t.co/AvuqHTlVsO
Thanks to @alangamlen and @RosComms for useful feedback.

Will #Brexit lead to a decrease in migration into and out of the UK? What sectors will be most likely to experience labour shortages? Join us for a discussion of these topics and more on 29 October, 5pm @KelloggOx: https://t.co/ylGy0iKo3e @COMPAS_oxford @MigObs

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