These are the research questions that Natalie Nielsen studied in her thesis “The Erasmus learning journey – Students’ experiences from a mobility period abroad”, presented in 2020 with the aim to gain knowledge and understanding of students’ learning through a mobility period abroad.

The data are based on semi-structured interviews with 45 Erasmus alumni from Stockholm University who participated in an Erasmus exchange during the years 2013-2014. The study examines students’ motives, experiences and self-reported outcomes of participation in the Erasmus program.

The webinar will be held in English.


Natalie Nielsen received her PhD at the Department of Education at Stockholm University, where she has been researching international mobility programmes and their impact on personal development and learning.


The meeting takes place on Friday, February 26 at 8.30-9.30 via a webinar. The seminar will be held in English in case there are non-swedish language speakers participants. Please give your language preference when you register for the event. After registration, you will receive a link to the virtual meeting in Zoom, welcome!

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Good Morning with Global Engagement

Within Stockholm University's internationalisation work, SU's international working group (SINT) holds breakfast meetings on various topics related to internationalisation.

Previous breakfast meetings are listed here