Lund University's international collaborations
The advantages of collaboration
Lund University collaborates in different parts of the world. At home through different groups focusing on different regions in the world. In addition, Lund University is a member of a number of international networks together with many renowned, research-intensive and influential universities.
Networks enable and facilitate collaboration in various forms, and offer exchanges on several levels of education. Networks provide a platform, but not always funding.
Networks and partnerships
- LERU – League of European Research Universities
- SANORD – Southern African-Nordic Centre
- Universitas 21
- University-wide partnerships
Lund University has been collaborating with African partners for a long time. We conduct research of relevance for Africa, and we send and welcome both staff and students to and from Africa. We also conduct commissioned education with African participants.
Lund University has extensive cooperation with Asia in the form of collaboration platforms, networks and ongoing projects. These contribute to raising Lund University's profile in the region and ensuring long-term sustainability in our collaboration with Asian universities.
Latin America is a dynamic region with a strong educational tradition and long-standing academic institutions. Lund University cooperates with several higher education institutions and organisations in the region, in the fields of education and research. Our collaborations are extensive and generate significant mobility to and from Latin America for students, teaching staff, researchers and other staff.
The USA and Canada are two important partner countries for Lund University in terms of research, education and student exchange. This is reflected, among other things, in several delegation trips and management visits to universities in the US. Currently, Lund University has student exchange agreements with 29 US universities, ten of which are university-wide and 21 Canadian universities, ten of which are university-wide.