Welcome to a seminar about experiences and best practices in running Double Degree programmes!
For three years STINT has supported the development of double degree programmes at Swedish universities through the Grants for Double Degrees programmes. During this time, we have seen a lot of enthusiasm and interest in double degrees at Swedish universities, but also understood that there is a need to share experiences and discuss related issues. With this seminar we offer a possibility for knowledge transfer and networking in the Swedish double degree community.
The seminar should be of particular interest for people developing or administrating double degree programmes at Swedish institutions. Representatives from on-going Double Degree projects have been asked to participate and share their insights.
Welcome remarks, Andreas Göthenberg, Executive Director, STINT
- Double Degrees in Engineering between Lund University and University of Queensland, Per Warfvinge, Professor and Assistant Dean, LTH, Lund
- University, University of Gothenburg – University of North Carolina European Studies Master’s program, Urban Strandberg, Senior lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg
- The REDEEM project – Reforming Dual Degree Programmes for Employability and Enhanced Academic Cooperation, Mirko Varano, Senior Advisor International Projects, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Prerequisites and Considerations for Successful Dual and Joint Degrees, John Hudzik, Professor, Michigan State University and NAFSA Senior Scholar for Internationalization
Interactive group sessions addressing specific topics.
Wrap up, summary of group discussion.
Date: March 6th
Time: kl. 10.00–15.00
Location: STINT, Mäster Samuelsgatan 60, Floor 9, Stockholm
The seminar is free of charge to attend. Coffee will be served from 09.30 am.
To register, please use
the registration form
and note that the closing date for registration is Monday, March 5th, 2018.