International opportunities and partnerships
As an employee of Lund University, you have the opportunity to take advantage of the many established networks and contacts to develop new international collaborations.
Global Dynamic Engagement Framework – guidance for academic collaborations
The aim of the Global Dynamic Engagement Framework (GDE-F) is to highlight the full range of Lund University’s international engagement, as well as finding new ways that can strengthen the University’s position in various regions in order to continue developing as a leading international university. To achieve this, work within the University needs to be more proactive, faster, and yet at the same time more long term – an important competitive factor.
Lund University’s research collaborations, teaching collaborations and external engagements in each region – at both faculty and university-wide level – are mapped out to make prioritising possible. GDE-F can also be used as a basis for the faculties’ own international development work.
Another prominent issue in Global Dynamic Engagement work is the concept of “internationalisation at home.” This might, for example, be activities such as virtual studies through various online courses, or engagement with international organisations locally. Engagement that fits well with the University’s ambitions for sustainability.
The International Council at Lund University plays an advisory role in the process of identifying annual priorities, so-called “road maps” for each region. The Interhand group is consulted during this work.
Would you like to find out more about GDE-F? Contact Teresia Rindefjäll (teresia [dot] rindefjall [at] er [dot] lu [dot] se).
Lund University’s partnership agreements with universities abroad
We have agreements with 680 partner universities in 75 countries. The agreements can be used for various purposes. Find out which universities Lund University collaborates with.
Collaboration, research, teaching and professional development abroad
External Relations' Newsletter
The focus of the newsletter is on currents events and announce-ments within the area of internationalisation. It is sent out every two weeks during the semester.