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 News / 2018

News 2018

STINT invests 1.7 MSEK in 12 initiation projects

STINT has decided to invest 1.7 MSEK in 12 projects within the Initiation Grants programme. 



New programme: Mobility Grants for Internationalisation

The number of countries with high quality research and education increases. STINT has bilateral programmes with a couple of them. The new programme Mobility Grants for Internationalisation offers opportunities to collaborate with all countries outside EU/EFTA.



SEK 1.8 million to Double Degree Programmes

STINT invests SEK 1.8 million in projects within STINT's new programme "Grants for Double Degree Programmes" for the time period 2018-2021. 



Breakfast: Trend analysis - higher education & research in China

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

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

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

15 university lecturers have been granted a scholarship by STINT to teach at one of our 11 partner universities and colleges in USA and Asia during the autumn semester 2018.



Chalmers, KTH and SSE still most international universities in Sweden

STINT’s Internationalisation Index indicates the degree of internationalisation in Swedish Higher Education Institutions. Like last year, Chalmers and KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm School of Economics are awarded five out of five stars as Sweden's most international universities.



New call: Middle East Mobility Grants

STINT opens a new call for the initiation of academic collaborations with the Middle East. 

 


Seminar: Implementing Linkages between Education & Research

The seminar May 22th is carried out with the aim to use international and national examples to enhance the linkages between research and education at higher education institutions. Welcome!



PRESS RELEASE: New Chile-Sweden partnership

Chile-Sweden partnership to support Research and Innovation. STINT and CONICYT have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen scientific exchange and collaboration between Chile and Sweden.



STINT invests 4,1 MSEK in research cooperation with Brazil

STINT has decided to invest 4,1 MSEK in eight research projects within the Joint Brazilian-Swedish Research Collaboration for the time period 2018–2021.



STINT invests 2,1 MSEK in research cooperation with Japan

STINT has decided to invest 2 MSEK in four research projects within the Joint Japan-Sweden Research Collaboration for the time period 2018–2021.



STINT, VR, Formas & Forte invest in cooperation with South Africa

STINT, Swedish Research Council (VR), Formas and Forte invest 5 MSEK in ten research projects within the Joint South Africa-Sweden Research Collaboration for the time period 2018–2021. 



STINT invests 1,7 MSEK in research cooperation within PTG

STINT has decided to invest 1,7 MSEK in three research projects within the Postdoctoral Transition Grants for the time period 2018–2021.



STINT invests 2,3 MSEK in research cooperation with South Korea

STINT has decided to invest 2,3 MSEK in four research projects within the Korea-Sweden Research Cooperation programme for the time period 2018–2021. 



12 projects granted 1,7 MSEK for new collaborations with Japan

STINT, The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences (RJ) and the Swedish Research Council (VR) will grant 1,7 MSEK to 12 projects within Sweden-Japan 150 Anniversary Grants during 2018.



Report launch: Country reports for Brazil, Japan and South Africa

As a step in promoting the internationalisation and competitiveness of Swedish universities, STINT has created a series of country reports with a focus on higher education and research. 



Welcome to Double Degree programmes Seminar

The seminar March 6th facilitates the sharing of experiences when it comes to Grants for Double Degree Programmes.



Strategic Grants contributes to strategic internationalisation

During 2017, SWECO was contracted by STINT to make an evaluation of the programme Strategic Grants for Internationalisation and they have now concluded the result in a report.



STINT invests 12,9 MSEK in research cooperation with China

STINT has decided to invest 12,9 MSEK in 25 research projects within the Joint China-Sweden Mobility programme for the time period 2018–2021.



STINT invests 2.6 MSEK in 18 initiation projects

STINT has decided to invest 2.6 MSEK in 18 projects within the Initiation Grants programme.



 
 
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Welcome to Strategic Grants for Internationalisation Seminar

The seminar March 7th facilitates the sharing of experiences when it comes to strategic international-isation. All people involved in such internationalization are welcome. 


STINT & RJ launch: Sweden-Japan 150 Anniversary Grants

To celebrate the 150-year anniversary of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Japan, the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT) and the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences (RJ) launch a special call for applications.


STINT invests 10 MSEK in four strategic internationalisation projects

STINT’s board has decided to invest 10 000 000 SEK in four projects within the Strategic Grants for Internationalisation programme for the time period 2017–2020.


Sweden has three international universities in the top category

STINT Internationalisation Index indicates how international the universities in Sweden are. This year three universities are in the top category of internationalisation. Last year´s prize winner Stockholm School of Economics is now accompanied by Chalmers and KTH.