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Platform for Strategic Work 2025-2027

Frontcover of the broschure of the Plattform.

The current platform for strategic work applies until the end of this year, but a decision on an updated version for the period 2025-2027 has already been taken. The platform describes the University’s strategic work for the years ahead and will support us in adapting the University’s operations more quickly in an unpredictable world.

The fact that the updated platform for strategic work is already complete is down to its connection to resource allocation for the University. Each year, resource allocation work gets underway with an update of the platform for strategic work so that it is in line with current changes in the wider world and takes account of risks and general changes in society.

The revised platform retains its original structure, with four prioritised areas and three general watchwords: innovative, digital and sustainable. The content has however been adjusted in order to better address current issues in the wider world. Areas such as research data, knowledge environments and development in teaching and learning receive increased focus, as do targeted leadership programmes.

International initiatives are also more closely linked to the platform, with an increased focus on ensuring that the University’s operations have international impact in order to meet greater competition.

Both the current and the revised platform will act as guiding stars for the University’s development and competitiveness. They will be used as supporting documents for the University’s plan of operations as well as the University-wide boards’ and councils’ plans. Additionally, they are expected to inspire the strategic and prioritising work on the part of the faculties, departments and central administration.

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