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Information meeting about the STINT programmes on 10 April


Are you interested in teaching abroad for a semester or in seeking funding to work on the renewal and development of university-wide internationalisation? Welcome to an information and inspiration meeting on 10 April about the STINT programmes Teaching Sabbatical and STINT Strategic Grants for Internationalisation.

Several of LU's former Teaching Sabbatical Fellows will attend the meeting to answer questions and LU's most recently awarded Strategic Grant project SKERIC  (Sweden-Korea Education, Research and Innovation Collaboration) will be presented.

Programme Manager Emilie Sörås Antila and Executive Director Andreas Göthenberg will participate from STINT*.

The information meeting will be held on 10 April, 15:00-17:00 at Forum Medicum.

Register your interest in participating in the information meeting no later than 22 March: STINT registration

STINT Teaching Sabbatical

The programme aims to develop both individuals and institutions and offers researchers and teachers to spend an autumn term at one of STINT's partner campuses. By giving Swedish researchers and university lecturers, who are passionate about education, international experiences relevant to their teaching rather than their research roles, STINT wants to contribute to educational renewal and the creation of new networks.

Lund University can nominate up to three candidates through an internal nomination process.

Read more about the process and the programme on the Staff Pages

STINT Strategic Grants for Internationalisation

The aim of Strategic Grants for Internationalisation is to contribute to the renewal and development of university-wide internationalisation. Applications must concern internationalisation efforts of strategic significance that also utilise the experience and dedication of individual leaders in their field.

Lund University can participate in up to two applications per call through an internal application process.

Read more about the process and the programme on the Staff Pages

*The Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education