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Lund University has many international partners in European countries, within both education and research. University-wide student exchange agreements, partnerships and networks in which LU is involved create opportunities for long-term collaborations. 

Internal European reference group 

An internal reference group has been created with the aim to support and promote the development of LU’s partnerships in the region. The group will primarily implement the action plan for LU’s cooperation with the United Kingdom. The reference group’s main task is to ensure participation, input and support from faculties/equivalent for this work.  

  • Barbara Törnquist-Plewa – Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology
  • Emily Boyd – Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Erik Swietlicki (chair) – Faculty of Engineering, LTH
  • Karolina Boyoli – Lund University Students’ Unions
  • Kristina Eneroth – School of Economics and Management
  • Olga Göransson – Faculty of Medicine
  • Xavier Groussot – Faculty of Law

Partnerships and networks

University-wide partnerships

Universität Hamburg in Germany and the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom are two of Lund University’s partnerships. The aim is to develop long-term collaboration that will lead to increased quality in education and research. University-wide partnerships (UP) with carefully selected universities can contribute to achieving the goals set in the strategic plan to develop Lund University as an international university. 

Read more about Lund University’s university-wide partnerships

EUGLOH – European University Alliance for Global Health

Lund University has joined forces with Ludwig-Maximilian Universität of Munich (Germany), University of Porto (Portugal), University of Szeged (Hungary) and the Université Paris-Saclay in France to create a European collaboration, an “alliance for global health”. 

Read more on the EUGLOH website

Read more about Lund University's work in EUGLOH

Read more about the creation of the European University on the EU Commission website

LERU 

Since 2004, Lund University has been a member of the League of European Research Universities, LERU. LERU’s two main aims focus on policy development and lobbying on matters concerning research and higher education as well as exchanging experience and good practice.  

Read more about LERU

Student exchange agreements 

There are university-wide bilateral student exchange agreements with:

  • University of Birmingham
  • University of Nottingham
  • University of Edinburgh

Here you will find a list of the University’s current agreements and corresponding contact persons

Action plan for cooperation with the United Kingdom

The UK is a major and important partner for Lund University. There is great interest in maintaining and strengthening Lund University’s relations with leading British higher education institutions and to increase the visibility of LU as a research and study destination. The action plan is a tool for the University’s strategic internationalisation work. It outlines the direction for education and research cooperation with British higher education institutions and organisations during 2019-2021 and constitutes a basis for strategic choices and prioritisations. 

Read more in the Action plan for Lund University’s cooperation with the United Kingdom

Funding

There are a number of tools that can be used for European cooperation in education and the Erasmus+ programme is one of the most important. 

Read more about funding of mobility in Europe

Read more about funding for research collaborations

Contact

Christina Grossmann
International coordinator
+46 46 222 34 57
christina [dot] grossmann [at] er [dot] lu [dot] se