The Catholic University of Mozambique released a manual addressed to campus ministry officers to contribute to educating young generations to justice and peace.
The 26th General Assembly of IFCU took place on the Campus of Saint Patrick’s College in Maynooth (SPCM) from 23 to 27 July 2018.This international meeting broached themes linked to the social responsibility of Catholic universities.
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The International Federation of Catholic Universities wishes to express its full support and solidarity to the university community of the Universidad Centroamericana
20 Senior Leaders of Catholic Universities coming from around the world are participating in the 3rd IFCU Training Session "Leading Catholic Universities in the 21st Century"
On September 25, 2018, at its annual meeting, the Indian Development Foundation awarded the "Best Partner Award" to Stella Maris College for its work in the IFCU project "Continuing Education for Disadvantaged Adolescents".
The Catholic University of Applied Sciences would like to revisit the phenomena and consequences of glocalisation with its international partner universities and practice partners from Germany and is therefore inviting you to an international congress in Cologne, the colourful and diverse metropolis on the Rhine.
As part of its "Golden Jubilee" (1969-2019), Christ University (India) is organizing the International Conference "Harmony 2019" and invites us to participate.
The members of the IFCU Executive Committee met in Rome on October 29th and 30th to review the activities of the Federation and to impulse new dynamics. This meeting was the first of this Committee after the General Assembly held at Saint Patrick’s College (Maynooth, Ireland).
The representatives of ODUCAL (Organization of Catholic Universities of Latin America and the Caribbean), during two days, analyzed 23 interdisciplinary projects that they have developed together, during the period 2016-2018, within the framework of the 65 years of the creation of this organism.
IFCU represented by M. Loïc ROCHE, Head of Communication and Strategy, participated in this event. The Federation is a « collaborating partner » of the project « The Future of Work after Laudato Si »