This institution has provided support for the Master's Degree in Food, Society and International Food Governance.
Joint programmes for the Master's Degree in Conflict, Peace and Security and the Master's Degree in International Affairs and Diplomacy.
The UOC collaborates with the WHO in the area of e-health. In addition, in 2016 they launched the Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Programme in French, for WHO workers located in North African countries.
The PAHO is a strategic partner for the development of the UOC's e-health area and the two organizations work together to drive the introduction of telemedicine.
The UOC works with this institution to offer a programme of study grants for university Master's programmes, available to residents of OAS-member countries, with the aim of improving lifelong learning.
Lifelong learning programme to improve the training of its staff. Lifelong learning programme to enhance staff straining.
The UOC works with this institution to promote teaching skills training for members of faculty at Ibero-American higher education institutions by offering grants for a range of programmes on teaching and ICT.