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Global Dynamic Engagement – roadmaps for 2024 are now available

Covers of the different Road maps.

The University continues the work of strengthening and developing our international impact through Global Dynamic Engagement (GDE). There are now roadmaps for 2024 decided by the Vice-Chancellor for all geographical areas where the University operates.

The roadmaps describe prioritised activities in research, education, innovation and cooperation and guide the university-wide global engagement. At the same time, the roadmaps lay the foundation for a flexible and adaptable way of working with international issues.

Through global hubs* and together with anchor universities and other partners around the world, Lund University actively addresses key global challenges in a dynamic, responsible and sustainable way. In 2024, the focus is, among other things, on increasing the use of our priority networks EUGLOH, LERU and U21, and deepening the collaboration with member universities, for example through doctoral student mobility and seed funding calls.

The University also wants to promote research and innovation collaboration through projects such as the recently started SKERIC (Sweden-Korea Education, Research and Innovation Collaboration) and contacts with, for example, companies, chambers of commerce and scholarship organisations. Other priorities for 2024 are to supplement the range of student exchange agreements with both physical and virtual options and to develop models for new types of educational cooperation, for example studies in combination with internships.

The issues of global responsible engagement continue to be pressing and the collaboration with Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv in Ukraine will be further developed.

*Defined as geographical areas – for example a city, a region, a country or a continent – where LU has activities in many areas and with different actors and sees potential for deepened and broadened cooperation.

For more information on GDE and the area-specific roadmaps: Global Dynamic Engagement | Staff Pages (