The CEU Cardenal Herrera University has presented at the Palacio de Colomina CEU to the members of its new International Advisory Board (International Advisor Board), an interdisciplinary group of personalities who stand out for their international profile and professional career, and who will collaborate with the CEU Cardenal Herrera University in the projection and consolidation of their international strategy.
The International Advisory Council of the University is composed of prestigious international representatives of industry, professional sector, academia, culture and arts, as reported by the academic institution in a statement.
Mario Moretti, president of the Geox group, leads the new CEU-UCH International Council also composed of Gene Ochi, Executive Vice President of Customer Strategy and Loyalty of UTI; Ramón Cugat, president of the García Cugat Foundation; Guido Coggi, emeritus professor of Pathological Anatomy and consultant of the Bachelor of Medicine, at the International School of Medicine of the University of Milan; Roger Macfarlane, President of UTI Worldwide; Simon Stubbings, legal services consultant and non-executive director of Hitachi Credit (UK) PLC; and Carlos Escario, Executive Consultant of CEU-UCH’s International Strategy.
The rector of the CEU Cardenal Herrera University, Rosa Visiedo, has received the members of the IAB, at the first constituent meeting of this Council. Representatives of institutions, professionals and entrepreneurs of the Community have participated in a subsequent meeting that has allowed to share possibilities of collaboration with Valencian society. The meeting was attended by the Ministry of Education, María José Catala.
The members of the International Advisory Council of the CEU Cardenal Herrera University will collaborate in the internationalization strategy of the institution, with proposals that contribute to improve the international profile of students. As ambassadors of THE CEU-UCH, they will participate in international for a and contribute to promoting the international projection of the University’s research projects.
Members of the university’s new International Council will also offer students lectures and master classes; and will advise young entrepreneurs at CEU-UCH to foster the international spirit of their projects.