Continental Structure

The continental structure of international relations aims to reorganise the different academic activities (teaching and research), the linguistic policy of the university, and the coordination of cultural events, thus reinforcing the idea of the geostrategic role of the archipelago. The Unit for Relations with the European Union is the result of the refounding of the DIRUE; the Unit for Relations with Asia is consolidated with the presence of the Confucius Institute of the Changchun Normal University, the King Sejong Institute and relations with the Japan Foundation; the recent creation of the Unit for Relations with Africa makes it a valuable counterpart and university interlocutor with the institution of Casa África. On the other hand, steps have been initiated for the gestation of the Unit for Relations with America and it is hoped to be able to consolidate the strategy of continental structure with the creation of the Unit for Relations with Oceania.