A European Network with a Global Outlook
The Utrecht Network brings universities together from across Europe, with a common mission to share best practice and enhance the internationalisation process for both students and staff.
With 32 members in 27 countries, the Utrecht Network is particularly committed to areas of activity such as student and staff mobility, summer schools, the internationalisation of curriculum, joint curricula and double/joint degrees.
The Utrecht Network also has well established links with partner networks in the USA (MAUI Network) and Australia (AEN) and a newly established link with the Brazilian REARI-RJ Network, proving that it is indeed a European Network with a global outlook.
The Staff Training on Pathways of Institutional Support for Young Refugees’ Access to Higher Education, Training and Employment will be held at the Aristotle at the University of Thessaloniki, on 18-21 June, 2019.
The new initiative group called “international communication” met in Bologna to explore options to share the expertise, especially in using social media. It was agreed to offer a workshop prior to AGM 2020 and continue collaborating.
WeTell Summer School focuses on the art and practice of performative storytelling to promote civic awareness among European and International students living in a hyper-technological but unequal environment.
Utrecht Network will contribute with hospitility grants to the ASC Winter School 2019 “In-situ Spectroscopy in Chemistry – Methods & Applications”, which will take place in Leipzig from March 11st to March 15th 2019.
The 5th annual Research Managers Workshop will be held at the Comenius University in Bratislava on 28th to 30th May 2019.
The Staff Training on Pathways of Institutional Support for Young Refugees’ will be held at the Aristotle at the University of Thessaloniki on 18th to 21st June 2019.
The Twentieth Anniversary of the Bologna Declaration with an academic conference will be held in Bologna, Italy, on 24 and 25 June 2019.