SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MALAGA
The Social Council of the University of Malaga transfers the opinions and demands of society to the institution of the university.
Social responsibility is part of the unavoidable duty of the University of Malaga towards society, and it therefore has an obligation to adopt policies and management systems in the environment and social and economic areas. This with the aim of improving the environment, and promoting sustainable development and cooperation with developing countries, in order to achieve a better quality university system, benefitting the people who finance it.
Social Responsibility is concerned with the relationship between the work done by the University of Malaga and what society expects of it, stressing the need to reinforce the duty of the university to serve society.
To this end, the Social Council of the University of Malaga collaborate in making known to the University the opinion and expectations of its stakeholders; in short, it aims to transfer to the University the opinions and the demands of society, which the Social Council represents.
RESOURCES of the UMA on corporate social responsibility
MISSION OF THE SOCIAL COUNCIL
To contribute to the improvement of higher education and strengthen relations between society and the University
VISION OF SOCIAL COUNCIL
To consolidate the image of the university as an engine of economic and social development, supporting the actions that are directed to promote lifelong learning, knowledge transfer, entrepreneurship and the spread of culture.
SERVICE QUALITY, STRATEGIC PLANNING AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
STRATEGIC PLAN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MALAGA 2013/2016
On May 15, 2012, the Governing Council of the University of Malaga, chaired by the Chancellor Adelaide de la Calle, approved the foundations for the development of its third Strategic Plan, which sets out the objectives and lines of action of the institution for the period 2013-2016. The foundations were presented to the senate on June 4 by Carlos Á Benavides, Director of the Strategic Plan and Social Responsibility, and received a favourable report by the Social Council on 27 May.
After six months of work, the Working Groups, elected by the university community and consisting of members of the same, established the actions of the new Strategic Plan, which was presented to the Senate on 17 December, and approved by the Governing Council on 20 December. It received a favourable report by the Social Council on the 21st of this month.