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  • Breakfast meeting: Stockholm Trio University Alliance to increase international collaborations 2020-11-18 Welcome to a breakfast meeting on the theme Stockholm Trio contributes to internationalization at Stockholm University. The meeting is part of the initiative of Good Morning with Global Engagement.
  • The first CIVIS Day in November 2020-09-10 For a year now, Stockholm University has been a member of the CIVIS - European Civic University Alliance collaboration, which brings together students and staff from eight universities in Europe. The first Civis Day is now planned. It will take place on 10 November and will be held digitally due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
  • Information to the Swedish Migration Agency from SUHF 2020-08-26 SUHF, The Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions, compiles a list with information from the Swedish higher education institutions with regards to their planned study form for the autumn semester 2020. The list, with updated information, is submitted to the Swedish Migration Agency in order to facilitate the processing of applications for residence permits for studies. 
  • Master's Fair på campus Virtual Master’s Fair 18 November 2020 2020-06-08 Stockholm University Master's Fair is arranged each year in November to inform about our 75 master's programmes taught in English.
  • Are you an international employee who moved to Stockholm with your partner? 2020-02-13 Stockholm Dual Career Network (SDCN) is a network for partners of international employees. SDCN helps its members settle in Stockholm, look for work in Sweden, discover Swedish culture, and broaden their social and professional networks.
  • Do you want your research to reach an international audience? Workshop with The Conversation 2020-01-21 The Conversation publishes articles with an academic view on current affairs to an international audience of more than 38 million people every month. Now a member of the non-profit foundation behind The Conversation, Stockholm University researchers are entitled to support and help in order to be a successful part of this global community. In January, a workshop for researchers on how to reach out to a broader international audience is organised.
  • Pitch an article idea for The Conversation. Photo: Mostphotos Pitch an article idea for The Conversation 2019-11-15 Are you a scientist at Stockholm University and have an article idea for the digital magazine The Conversation? Here you can pitch your idea.
  • Conversation Stockholm University participates in The Conversation 2019-11-07 From October 2019, Stockholm University takes part in the digital magazine The Conversation where researchers write articles and comment on current news and events in the world.
  • Focus Africa: a study on research and education for improved collaboration 2019-10-22 Stockholm University is adopting a strategic approach in its efforts to develop and improve international collaboration in research and education. As part of its internationalisation efforts a regional study which will provide a basis for the university's focus on African countries has been produced. 
  • Seminar: Stockholm University Collaboration with African Institutions of Higher Education 2019-10-04 Welcome to a seminar on research and education with a special focus on collaboration with African countries. The seminar will be held in English.
  • CIVIS collaborators meet at Stockholm University New CIVIS collaboration presented 2019-09-26 Stockholm University forms together with seven other universities CIVIS. The university alliance aims to create an integrated university environment for students and staff.
  • More students apply for international courses in spring 2020 2019-08-22 The number of first-hand applicants for international courses at Stockholm University is up 23 percent compared to spring term 2019. Nationally the number of applicants for international courses and programmes at the basic level has increased by 5 percent and the number of applicants for master’s programmes by 34 percent.
  • Good Morning with Global Engagement. SU's plan for its continued internationalisation work 2019-03-19 Welcome to breakfast meeting on the theme of internationalisation!
  • Workshop Link studies and career opportunities Linking studies and career opportunities 2019-01-29 How do we connect studies with career opportunities for international students was the topic of a workshop held with over fifty co-workers from the university administration, faculties and departments at Stockholm University who met to share experiences, discuss new ideas and get inspired by colleagues.
  • Stockholm University and Agenda 2030 2018-11-18 Stockholm University is engaged in numerous projects within both natural and human science, and its research and education touch upon and help the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, Agenda 2030.
  • Additional focus on international relations 2018-08-27 Stockholm University continues to focus on internationalisation to mark the global aspects of research, education and collaboration and to secure an international academic environment. The president has decided on a separate strategy for continued internationalisation, the main points of which will be included in the overall strategies for 2019-2022.
  • Cooperation projects with Tokyo funded 2018-04-23 Seven projects at eight different departments have been granted funding for cooperation with the University of Tokyo. A new call for funding for collaboration projects with the closing date 30 September 2018 will be announced later.
  • Stockholm Dual Career Network Network for partners and spouses of international employees in Stockholm 2018-04-17 Are you an international employee at Stockholm University with an accompanying partner or spouse? Then he or she can become a member of Stockholm Dual Career Network (SDCN), a network for partners and spouses of international employees in Stockholm.
  • New report maps international research collaborations 2018-04-08 A new internal report mapping the level of Stockholm University’s international research collaborations by looking at scientific co-publications concludes that the ratio of international co-authored publications is on the increase, today it is more than 70%.
  • Focus on Latin America - new study and information meeting in January 2017-12-08 Stockholm University's objective is to work on the global research and education arena and offer an international academic environment. In the context of its internationalization work, Stockholm University visits different regions to create new contacts, and reinforce existing ones.

Contact

Research Support Office/Global Engagement Team

Maria Wikse, Head of international affairs
E-mail: info@fs.su.se

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. The first meeting will be on "Global Engagement: Stockholm University's long-term action plan for internationalisation".