PONCHO Final Publication

Dear partners,

As approved at the Technical Meeting in Tuluá (Colombia), the members of the PONCHO consortium have committed to make a publication that reflects the internationalization experience of each of the partners in their institution.

For this, the technical and academic staff of each institution participating in PONCHO must collaborate in the preparation of an academic article per institution concerning the Internationalization process in their university. This will represent one of the final Intellectual Outputs of the project and will be collected in the final PONCHO publication.

This document must be closely linked to the report that each institution must submit to the completion of the project, so the reflection that is made to prepare the corresponding article can serve as the basis for the final report.


Main characteristics of the document

Length of the article: 10-12 pages

Please, follow the template and example linked at:  https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9b53q1habzhm4i2/AADpAoOUKfaCHpl6OdtihSVla?dl=0

You can also access to template and example files clicking https://poncho.ulpgc.es/documents/

Language: English/Spanish/Portuguese


  1. Brief introduction of the Higher Education Institution
  2. Internationalization status before participating in the Project
  3. Internationalization activities developed, and its relationship with PONCHO
  4. Improvements obtained and knowledge acquired by the Institution due to participation in PONCHO
  5. Future work lines to improve internationalization of the institution


The document that gathers the different articles will be published by ULPGC Publishing Services, with its ISBN, as an e-book and distributed freely. It will be presented during PONCHO Final Meeting to be held at Asunción (Paraguay).


Articles should be submitted to poncho@ulpgc.es before 15th April 2019


We are at your disposal to answer any question, comment or suggestion that you wish to make us.


Best regards,


Domingo Verano-Tacoronte

Coordinator of PONCHO Project