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EUGLOH – European University Alliance for Global Health

A part of European Universities

The European Universities Initiative is an initiative introduced and largely funded by the EU that is to strengthen the strategic partnerships between European universities. 

EUGLOH is a part of the programme in which Lund University has collaborated with

  • Université Paris-Saclay (coordinator, France)
  • University of Szeged (Hungary)
  • University of Porto (Portugal) and
  • Ludwig-Maximilian Universität of Munich – LMU (Germany)

since 2019. Starting in January 2023, four more universities will join the alliance: 

  • University of Hamburg (Germany)
  • The Arctic University of Norway – UiT (Tromsø)
  • University of Alcalá (Spain)
  • University of Novi Sad (Serbia)

Read more on the EUGLOH website

Staff exchange within EUGLOH

Get to know your counterpart at one of the EUGLOH Alliance's universities – make a staff exchange funded with an Erasmus+ grant!

The physical exchange can be funded with an Erasmus+ grant. For further information, please contact ErasmusStaff [at] er [dot] lu [dot] setitle="mailto:<span class="

LU arranged EUGLOH Staff Week 9-12 May 2022

This Staff Week was part of a three-part programme that began in February 2022 with a webinar and parallel workshops on five themes. In May, there was an opportunity to explore these themes further, but new participants and other topics will also be given space.


On 15-16 February 2022, a webinar was held on the theme "The Future of Higher Education in Europe", as well as 5 parallel workshops online with the following content:

  • Career Services
  • Communication & Public Engagement
  • Educational Development
  • International Relations & Student Mobility
  • Library

What does EUGLOH mean for LU?

EUGLOH involves all groups within Lund University: students, doctoral students, teaching staff, researchers, administrative officers and management.

The approach is broad, has an interdisciplinary perspective and all faculties are involved. One of focus areas is to strengthen education linked to the large research facilities at the participating universities.  

LU leads one of six work packages – WP2: Joint curricula design – which includes the creation of joint master’s programmes, but also the development of courses for professionals in the health sector.  

Sub-projects – Work Package 1-6

  • WP1 – Management of the project – led by Université Paris-Saclay
  • WP2 – Joint curricula design – led by Lund University – which includes the creation of joint master’s programmes, but also the development of courses for professionals in the health sector.  
  • WP3 – Research & Innovation – led by the University of Szeged
  • WP4 – Professional and personal development & employability – led by the University of Porto
  • WP5 – Alliance campus life – led by Université Paris-Saclay
  • WP6 – Sustainability and dissemination – led by Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

EUGLOH focuses on:

  • Increasing in the number of short and long mobilities at all levels within the network 
  • Developing opportunities for virtual mobility and online courses 
  • Developing the reception of exchange students in collaboration with the students’ unions 
  • Implementing of the European student card
  • Activities with a focus on lifelong learning in cooperation with employers, 
  • Student employability, 
  • Increasing opportunities for students to gain research experience, 
  • Creating joint programmes at master’s and doctoral levels. 

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Kristina Miolin 
Project manager
+46 706 20 38 22
kristina [dot] miolin [at] er [dot] lu [dot] se


EUR 6.25 million over 3 years, of which LU’s part comprises EUR 1.1 million. LU will also co-finance the project with a total of SEK 3 million. 

Internal organisation
As much of the work as possible is to take place within the established activities and the project organisation is to be kept to a minimum.  

Project owner
Vice-Chancellor Erik Renström

Academic lead
Maria Björkqvist

Project manager 
Kristina Miolin 

Executive Board – LU's representatives
Lena Eskilsson
Richard Stenelo
Elvira Källberg

Student Board – LU's representative
Elvira Källberg