Worldwide Universities Network

Worldwide Universities Network

Le Worldwide Universities Network (WUN, Réseau des universités mondial) est un réseau de 16 universités de recherche qui ont accepté de collaborer sur la recherche et l'enseignement. Le WUN offre une aide financière et structurelle qui permet aux universités-membres les échanges d'étudiants et de personnels, le développement de cursus internationaux ou le travail de recherche en commun.

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