Charlotte Meurice has graduated in 2003 in International Trade. After her graduation, she has learned Spanish at The Universidad Complutense de Madrid and has traveled for three months in South-America. Charlotte has worked 7 years for Best Western hotels as quality assessor. She has completed her experience by working last year for Languages &Travel where she was in charge of the languages exchanges organization. In September 2015, she has started to work for the International Relations Office in the Exterior Relations Department at ULB in Brussels. From her office, the International office, Charlotte is the administrative coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus BDMA and IT4BI-DC programmes.
Torsten Krumbmüller has studied in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) for his Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, specializing in Business Engineering. Having grown up in Brussels, he is able to interact and communicate in a multicultural and multilingual environment. During his studies he has accomplished two internships abroad, one in a research institute in Austria and the second at ASML (NL), a global player in the semiconductor industry. With his international background he has been student representative as well as president of an international student association in Eindhoven. He now studies at TU Berlin for a Master in Electrical Engineering and works at the Database Systems and Information Management Group (DIMA) as Local Administrative Manager for the BDMA students coming to Berlin.
Maribel Gutiérrez started working at UPC-BarcelonaTech back in 1994, and at FIB (Facultat d’Informàtica de Barcelona) in 1996. She has always been related to academic management issues as well as information contact for students. From 2006 she is responsible for all official masters at FIB. Currently, she manages 8 different masters, being BDMA one of this.
Additionally, she is a Psychology student and, for many years, has been basketball player and trainer in the Spanish First Division.
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Alessandra Gallarano is the Head of the Projects & Partnership Unit of UniPd International Office, where she coordinates EU-funded projects (including the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees in which UniPd is partner – cf. Section 1), international partnerships, and joint programmes. Before joining UniPd in 2016, Alessandra served as a project manager for Sapienza University of Rome, as well as for the Directorate General of Higher Education, Portugal and the Council of Europe, France. Alessandra obtained an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master degree in European Studies from the University of Saint Andrews (United Kingdom), Nova University of Lisbon (Portugal) and University of Perpignan (France). Thanks to her academic and professional experience, Alessandra has a solid knowledge and experience in developing and managing Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees and joint programmes in general. Since 2016, she is also part of the EAIE Joint Programmes Network, acting as trainer for international workshops and sessions.
Elisa Zambon is the International Relations officer at the University of Padova since 2009, starting as junior project manager of Erasmus Mundus Action 2 projects, responsible for the implementation of the projects, financial management, incoming and outgoing students, reporting activity and drafting of new proposals. Elisa is now in charge of all international incoming students in the framework of Erasmus Mundus Joint Degrees, Erasmus+ KA107 and Bilateral Agreement.
One of our former student, Maximiliano Lopez, participated to a challenge organized by United Nations and the U.S. Department of State. And guess what? He won the second place for his project! This page describes what the challenge was about: … Continue reading
After 5 successful editions, IT4BI becomes BDMA! The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree IT4BI has successfully welcomed five generations of students since its opening in September 2012. To better align with the new needs of research, education, and industry with … Continue reading