MONDRAGON EDUCACIÓN INTERNACIONAL


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What is MEi?

In MONDRAGON EDUCACIÓN INTERNACIONAL (MEi) we have always known, that the educational quality is essential for any society, having clear that this must be shared to the world, through an international collaboration. With that aim and the accumulated educational knowledge, MEi has been born in 2010, across the alliance of two cooperative societies: University of Mondragon and Alecop S.Coop Moreover, MEi also have a compromise with the employment, helping students to enter to the working world and bringing closer the universities to the companies.
Among our highlight services, we have the
management of higher educational centers, management of vocational training centers
and curricular development.
Nowadays, MEi belongs to an international university network throughout a continent like Europe, Asia and South America, taking part and managing two universities and four centers of vocational training of excellence. Then, in MEi we have more than 15.000 students and more tan 900 lecturers working in our centers.

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WE KEEP GROWING THANKS TO OUR FORMULA

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MEi Formula = MONDRAGON Seal + Flexible International Strategy

MONDRAGON SEAL

Applying the MONDRAGON SEAL implies four keys:

  • Employability: response to the needs of the students.

  • Liaison: response to professional needs of the social and work environment with a strong liaison with associations and business groups.

  • Internationalization: associative networking among all institutions of the group.

  • Quality: academic and administrative excellence. Participative organizational model. Rigour in management, analysis and monitoring costs.

FLEXIBLE INTERNATIONAL STRATEGY

Thanks to a strategy based on Cooperativism:

  • A flexible strategy means working hard finding international partners and also in the country of destination, to complement our experience and promote the strengthening of our capabilities.

  • We create competitive consortiums for outstanding projects.

  • More than 15,000 students and over 900 teachers working in our schools.