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-=====EMSE Visione & Value===== 
-Our vision is to be an internationally recognized urban university known for excellence ​in student learninginnovative research, and community engagement that contributes ​to the economic vitality, environmental sustainability, ​and quality ​of life in the Portland region ​and beyond.+<​html><​h1>​EMSE Vision & Values </​h1>​ 
 +<span style="​font-size:​100%;"><​b> ​Our vision is to be the most knowledgeable 2-year 120 ECTS MSc program in Europe that awards a degree in Software Engineering and preparing world-class students ​for both a research and a professional career ​in Software Engineering</​b>​ </​span></​html>​  
 +EMSE promotes equal opportunities and will not discriminate against students in any way on the basis of genderageethnic, national or social origin, religion or belief, sexual orientation,​ language, disability, political opinion, social or economic condition.\\ ​  
 +Gender balance ​and disadvantaged applicants are taken as preference in case of equal ranking aiming for a representative gender balance and disadvantage applicants according ​to the 
 +<​html><​a href="​http://​ec.europa.eu/​euraxess/​index.cfm/​rights/​europeanCharter"><​font color=#​336699><​i>​European Charter for Researchers</​i></​font></​a> ​and the <a href="​http://​ec.europa.eu/​euraxess/​index.cfm/​rights/​codeOfConduct"><​font color=#​336699><​i>​Code ​of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers</​i></​font></​a></​html>​ 
 +All the partners have adhered to the European Charter of Researchers that guarantees equal treatment among students also at the examination stages. Few 
 +simple rules are adopted to monitor students’ performance and advice students on how to best complete their studies. Rules are based on ex ante of feedback and self-evaluation so that students are aware of the success of their study.  
 +At each partner university, students receive a Mentor that guides them through study choices (including the optional period ​in the associate academic partners), recognition of exams, ​and final defence (at 
 +the Second University). 
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