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Unipampa launches international website

Websites in English and Spanish were developed specifically for the foreign public
Por Aline Reinhardt da Silveira

The Federal University of Pampa (Unipampa) launches this Thursday, December 10, the international face of its website. Containing both English and Spanish versions that were thought specifically for the public that researches Unipampa from other countries, the international website starts to work aiming to gather information about internationalization and to facilitate the communication between the international academic communities and Unipampa.

As explains the International Relations Office coordinator, Clarissa Falleiro, this was a recurring demand that is becoming a reality.  “This is one more step to the University’s internationalization process. The international website provides visibility to the projects that already happen at Unipampa. Through this channel, all aspects that are relevant and interesting to the foreign students and to the international academic community will be better publicized. The distance was shortened, and this is one of the main objectives of internationalization – to turn the means of communication among different countries more accessible”, she says.

The execution of the new websites was a joint initiative of  ARInter, the Office of Communications (ACS) and the Information and Communication Office (NTIC). The three sectors will continue working in the website management and updating. The choice for these two foreign languages is due to their importance and use in the world and to the agreements Unipampa has already established: once English is the most used language in the science field and for international communication with different countries and cultures, Spanish strengthens the relations with neighbor countries.  

Access the international website in Spanish or the website in Portuguese.