The International Office staff collaborates with and is complemented by members of different EUSA departments such as Academic Administration, Academic Records, Facilities and Services, Communication, Internship Placement, etcetera.
Contact the International Office anytime through email firstname.lastname@example.org, or landline +34 954238797, extension 5.
Jesús Díaz Vidal – Director of the International Office
The focus of the Director of the International Office position targets outreach, maintaining and increasing internationalization of EUSA through the establishment and development of new agreements that provide study abroad options for incoming and outgoing students. This is executed in adherence to our core values and seeking to foster global understanding and engagement.
Jesús Díaz holds a double Master’s degree in English Linguistics and has formerly taught at the University of Seville and the University of Michigan. His previous Study Abroad experience ranges from instruction in different fields both in Spanish and English, to faculty and programme coordination, development and promotion. He joined EUSA in the 2013/14 academic year.
Fernando Bajo – Outgoing & Erasmus+ Coordinator
The Outgoing & Erasmus+ Coordinator ‘s main occupation relates to facilitating application and transcription processes, academic documentation, and programme information and resources for Erasmus+ incoming and all outgoing students of EUSA. This position supervises the relationship between our office and our Erasmus+ universities and other partners, catering to the academic needs of the students at all stages of the experience, prior to arrival, during the programme and as alumni.
Fernando Bajo holds a Bachelor Degree in Law and Political Sciences from Pablo de Olavide University and a Master’s in Chinese Studies. He studied abroad in Finland for his Erasmus programme, and spent a semester in South Korea for his Master’s Degree. He has run English Summer courses in the UK and Ireland, and has experience teaching English.
Lucía Martín – Incoming students and European Projects Coordinator
The project coordinator main tasks involve the design, management and execution of the different international projects in which EUSA participates and that target areas such as International Office procedures, entrepreneurship and the correspondence between the curriculum and job-market needs. The desired outcomes of our projects entail increasing options for EUSA students, staff and faculty to enhance their global understanding and collaborate with peers at an international level.
Lucía Martin acquired her degree in Translation and Interpreting from Pablo de Olavide University, including a year as a student at Salford University, Manchester. She developed her professional and language skills by working abroad in the translation and tourism field. After her 5-year experience in England and France she returned to Spain, where she become involved in study abroad and internationalisation programmes. She joined EUSA’s International Office team in the 2017/18 academic year.
Marta Fernández – Spanish Department & Mobility Coordinator
Marta combines the management of the Courses in Spanish as a Foreign Language, following all standards set by Instituto Cervantes for official accredited centers, with her role as Mobility Coordinator for Incoming and Outgoing students (Faculty-led, Tandem Buddy Programme, Erasmus and Exchange Programmes). She also specialized on the outreach and recruitment LATAM areas.
Linked to EUSA since 2011, she worked as an ELE teacher and as responsible for CCSE and DELE Official Spanish Language Exams for 3 years. She joined the International Office in 2016 to carry out her current duties. Marta Fernández studied the degree in Hispanic Philology at the University of Seville, later completing her training as a Career Counseling Technician, and she specialized in Entrepreneurship in the Education Sector studying at the INCYDE Foundation. She started teaching ELE in 2006 in Italy, and has since then gained a wealth of experience in this sector, as well as on the management of educational programs.
Carmen Velázquez – Incoming Coordinator
The Incoming Coordinator is mainly responsible for the administrative management of Incoming Study Abroad Students and the relationship between EUSA and their Home Institutions. Carmen also takes care of supporting incoming students before, during and after their Study Abroad Programme. Academic affairs, orientation processes, health and safety are seen as essential parts of this position.
Concha Gil – Outreach Coordinator
The position of outreach coordinator is dedicated to university outreach and plays a primary role in the prospection of potential partners. It is also responsible for maintaining and strengthening relationships with international partners and promoting new agreements, in addition to supervising international programmes and verifying academic credentials.
Concha has a degree in Geography and History, having completed her university training at the University of Cambridge (UK) and holds a Master Degree in Cultural Diversity Management from the University of Seville. She has been a faculty member for over 30 years. Her areas of study include Cultural Heritage, Communication, Mass Culture, and Contemporary Aesthetics, among others. Her internationalization experience extends from teaching to coordinating programmes for international students.