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Participate in a unique knowledge exchange event in Singapore

Published 2017-04-13

Together with Nanyang Technological University, STINT organises a Summer School in Singapore addressing the needs to improve the linkages between education and research. Through a mix of seminars, lectures, group work and study visits, the participants will encounter several approaches to enhance the synergies between education and research. As the participants, themselves represent various roles in the higher education systems, they will have to contribute actively before, during and after the Summer School. An equal group of participants from Singapore will also attend.

Even though this event is called Summer School, it primary address participants who represent various roles in the higher education systems. The Summer School takes place in Singapore in the week August 14 – 18, 2017. Please nominate or apply for participation to STINT before April 20, 2017. The application or nomination should include a description of why the person is relevant for the Summer School and a bio or CV (max. two pages). Please send the application/nomination to

You will find more information about the event in the enclosed invitation.


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