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LU News 6 | 2021

In this issue of LU News, Per Mickwitz describes the University’s process for developing an application for profile areas. Kristina Eneroth writes about the University’s work on lifelong learning and the challenges involved.

You can also read about the project “The Workplace of the Future – Sustainable and Hybrid” and an invitation to a conversation on the University’s campus plan.

    On the University Management’s agenda

    Photo: Per Mickwitz. Photographer: Kennet Ruona.

    Per Mickwitz, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    "We are now initiating an open and transparent process to develop profile areas in order to be well prepared when it is time to submit an application for national profile areas, and also to become even better at getting together to address common issues at the University."

    We are now starting to identify profile areas


    Kristina Eneroth. Photo: Kennet Ruona.

    Kristina Eneroth, Pro Vice-Chancellor

    “It will be a major challenge for the higher education institutions to satisfy the government’s request for new forms of lifelong learning. We must ascertain what the University can develop and which parts of lifelong learning we are going to focus on.”

    What role can higher education institutions play in future lifelong learning?

    The University management in front of the univeristy building. Kennet Ruona.

    Current updates from University Management

    Interior from the Univeristy Aula.

    Are you looking for premises?

    Do you need larger premises for a big meeting, seminar or lecture?

    There is now a dedicated page for bookable shared university premises, where you can access photos, timetables och technical specifications.

    The university building photographed from the ground.

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