STINT Strategic Grants for Internationalisation
What does the programme offer?
Strategic Grants offers funding for the renewal and development of internationalisation strategies at the university level. Applications must concern internationalisation efforts of strategic significance that also utilise the experience and dedication of individual leaders in their field.
Who can apply to manage a grant?
Applications are to be written on behalf of Lund University and are to be submitted by the vice-chancellor. An internal application process at Lund University precedes the application.
Each university can participate in up to two applications per call for applications. A university may submit up to two individual applications. A university may also choose to participate in, or lead, two joint applications.
Where do I apply?
Call for proposals 2023
The call is open and will close 17 April at 15:00.
LU internal selection process before application to STINT 2023
Contact Henrik Hofvendahl (henrik [dot] hofvendahl [at] er [dot] lu [dot] se), External Relations, for a project description form.
The LU unit interested in submitting an application should submit their project description by email to Henrik Hofvendahl no later than 15 February.
The International Council's working committee will submit its opinion and recommendation for ranking in the event of competing project proposals. The Vice-Chancellor/Deputy Vice-Chancellor then decides which project proposal(s) will constitute LU's application(s). The LU units are then notified promptly of the decision and selected unit(s) can complete the application to STINT.
Who else can participate in the project?