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NEWS
Breakfast: Trend analysis - higher education & research in China
2018-07-06 17:49

STINT informs about the China initiative and the ways in which STINT can support Swedish higher education institutions regarding trend analysis and strategic cooperation with China. 


STINT invests 6 MSEK in two strategic internationalisation projects
2018-07-05 10:10

STINT’s Board of Directors has decided to invest 5,980,000 SEK in the following two projects within the Strategic Grants for Internationalisation programme during 2018.


New STINT initiative in China
2018-06-13 11:54

STINT is continuing its promotion of academic cooperation with China and increased understanding of Chinese knowledge systems. Dr Tommy Shih, associate professor at Lund University, has therefore been recruited as STINT’s China Policy Advisor and Programme Manager, while Dr Erik Forsberg, associate professor at Zhejiang University, has been appointed STINT’s representative in China.


Teaching Sabbatical Fellows 2018
2018-05-30 14:53

15 university lecturers have been granted a scholarship by STINT to teach at one of our nine partner universities in USA and Asia during the autumn semester 2018.


IN FOCUS
STINT funds fast track for new arrivals with doctoral training

The University of Gothenburg and four other higher education institutions have launched a project that will help new arrivals who commenced or completed their doctoral studies to continue their careers in Sweden. The project has been granted SEK 1 million as part of STINT’s Grants for Integration and Internationalisation programme. 


Interesting discussion of the links between education and research

On Tuesday the 22nd of May, STINT, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Umeå University presented a seminar entitled “Implementing Linkages between Education & Research.” The seminar involved around 70 participants from higher education institutions in Sweden and abroad, the Swedish Government Offices and the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ).