Forging links and synergies within the UOC community


The deputy deans of emerging programmes from the UOC’s seven faculties, the director and staff from the Network of UOC Centres and Vice President for Competitiveness and Employability Àngels Fitó recently met at the UOC’s Tibidabo headquarters.

The meeting had two aims: to meet in person and get to know each other, and to outline the coordination required to establish a joint strategy for the University’s presence in Spain.

The meeting was well received by attendees, with Fitó herself saying: “It was a testament to the perfect harmony between the potential lines of collaboration and the need to continuously foster dialogue to understand, respond to and make the most of the uniqueness of the areas in which UOC centres are found and the opportunities they present.”

  • The UOC has seven deputy deans of emerging programmes, one for each faculty. Their tasks include promoting and coordinating knowledge exchange with organizations.

    Faculty of Economics and Business: Enric Serradell
  • Faculty of Computer Science, Multimedia and Telecommunications: Carles Garrigues
  • Faculty of Information and Communication Sciences: Silvia Sivera
  • Faculty of Arts and Humanities: Teresa Iribarren
  • Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences: Adrian Montesano
  • Faculty of Health Sciences: Marta Massip
  • Faculty of Law and Political Science: Xavier Seuba

Members of the university community can visit the UOC centres to receive information or guidance. There are centres throughout Spain, and international centres in Mexico and Colombia.

These are the regional managers from the Network of UOC Centres team:

  • Toni Romero, director of the Network of UOC Centres
  • Jorge Bronet, regional manager for Madrid, Castile and León, Galicia, and Asturias
  • Alfredo José Charqués, regional manager for Eastern Andalusia, Murcia, and Castilla-La Mancha
  • Miguel Angel García, regional manager for Western Andalusia, Extremadura, the Canary Islands, Ceuta, and Melilla
  • Mònica de Llorens, regional manager for central Catalonia, Vallès Occidental, Vallès Oriental, and Aragon
  • Fanny Galve, regional manager for Camp de Tarragona and the Balearic Islands
  • Ricard Giménez, regional manager for Lleida, Cantabria, Navarre, La Rioja, and the Basque Country
  • Mercè Mas, regional manager for Barcelona and its surrounding metropolitan area
  • Teresa Nielles, regional manager for Terres de l’Ebre, Girona, and the Valencian Community

They make a great team!

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