When you choose to study at Dalarna University, you choose to be active in our internationalisation process, which serves to raise the quality of our programmes, courses, and research, and this has a positive effect regionally. All departments at Dalarna University shall maintain an international perspective. Our graduates will leave having reflected over issues that are of relevance internationally.
Collaborative Partners Throughout the World
To develop an international perspective, in both our campus courses and our online courses, we have built up a worldwide network of collaborative partners that is accessible to both our students and our employees. The experiences and impressions of those who have spent time in another country, along with the visiting lecturers and students from other countries, serves to contribute to an increased level of internationalisation within our organisation.
Examples of important programmes that Dalarna University works with are:
Dalarna University is member of:
- European University Association (EUA)
- International Association of Universtities (IAU)
- Scholars at Risk (SAR)
- European Teacher Education Network (ETEN)
Internationalisation: Our Definition
"Internationalisation at Dalarna University relates to a global perspective, intercultural understanding, international collaboration and international mobility, all of which inform our undergraduate and postgraduate courses and programmes."
- There will be co-production in research and education with a number of selected international research and educational institutes.
- Co-production in the main fields of study at Dalarna University will be developed through international co-production in the University's research.
- Through co-production with companies, public actors, and non-profit sectors within the close region, our international work will develop.
- Dalarna University's students shall be equipped for a labour market and a citizenship that demand intercultural competence.
Erasmus Policy Statement 2021 (pdf)
ECHE 2021-26 (pdf)
Dalarna University EUC: 29445
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