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ACCESS

ACADEMIC COLLABORATION CHILE SWEDEN

Lund University, together with Uppsala University, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Universidad de Chile, has created a platform aimed at increasing cooperation in higher education between Sweden and Chile.

What does ACCESS offer?

Through the ACCESS platform, a possibility is given to identify and collectively discuss solutions on common challenges for both Chile and Sweden. Every year a bilateral research seminar is held (every second year in Sweden and every second year in Chile) where a broad spectrum of societal challenges is discussed in workshops. The goal is to facilitate a creative dialogue between researchers from both countries. Until now researchers from all faculties of Lund University have been engaged and it has resulted in new collaborations and mobility between Lund and Chilean higher education institutions. The target group is researchers who are interested in initiating new collaborations or strengthen ongoing actions with Chile. Today, ACCESS is a consortium of 15 universities in both Chile and Sweden.

Read more about ACCESS on the project website

Contact

Miguel Cornejo Herrera
International coordinator 
+46 46 222 93 83
miguel [dot] cornejo_herrera [at] er [dot] lu [dot] se

ACCESS seminars 2016-2024

  • 2016 Santiago, Chile
  • 2017 Lund, Sweden
  • 2018 Santiago, Chile
  • Cancelled: 2020 Uppsala/Stockholm, Sweden due to COVID-19
  • 2021 Online (22 June)
  • 2022 Punta Arenas, Chile
  • 2023 Gothenburg, Sweden
  • 2024 Chile