EUGLOH Annual Summit 2023 is held in Lund 13-14 June
EUGLOH stands for European University Alliance for Global Health and is a partnership between 9 European universities*. To further develop relations within the alliance, an annual summit is held each year. This year the meeting will be held at Lund University and takes place between 13-14 June.
We welcome staff, students, and PhD candidates from Lund University to participate.
The annual meeting in Lund 2023, aims to inspire EUGLOH universities to continue building bridges between education and research, between countries and between students, teachers, researchers and staff. Therefore, this year’s topic is EUGLOH Building Bridges between Research and Education.
Join the summit and take the opportunity to meet with colleagues and students from our eight partner universities and listen to our Minister for Education. There will be sessions on several different topics where you, for example, can learn about how art can be used for well-being and how to engage with society in education. Furthermore, there will be sessions on how the vision of a European Education Area can be fulfilled and on what tools can help students internationalise their educational experience.
View the full programme and register (by 30 May the latest)
Questions: Please contact EUGLOH_Summit23 [at] er [dot] lu [dot] se
About EUGLOH: EUGLOH is a European university alliance, partly funded by the European Commission within the Erasmus+ programme. The European Universities Initiative is one of four flagship initiatives in EU’s vision for the European Education Area. Together with the Horizon programme, the European Universities Initiative will support ambitious transnational alliances of higher education institutions.
*Université Paris-Saclay (France), University of Szeged (Hungary), University of Porto (Portugal), LMU – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany), University of Hamburg (Germany), UiT – The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsö), University of Alcalá (Spain) and University of Novi Sad (Serbia).