Take part in a variety of opportunities. Go abroad, apply for funding, and take part in projects!
The University currently has a social distancing policy in place as well as restrictions on outward travel due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus. For the most up-to-date information please visit the University's Covid-19 webpages.
Join a unique experience and design solutions to real-life challenges of a digitized world! Una.Futura will bring together groups of approximately five students at bachelor, master and/or PhD level from all Una Europa partner universities. Teamed up with facilitators and experts, you will work on jointly finding solutions to five key challenges. Find out more.
TICKET is a new Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project coordinated by the University of Edinburgh in collaboration with four of our UNA Europa partners Freie Universität Berlin, Alma mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie and KU Leuven, along with the University of Amsterdam and the University of Granada. This 3-year project aims to increase professional development support for staff who support mobility, campus internationalisation, and inclusive classrooms. The outputs of TICKET will inform institutional policy on enhancing intercultural competences by leveraging existing institutional expertise and building a best practice model. Learn more on the project website.
Una Europa's annual seed funding initiative is open for applications! Work with colleagues from Una Europa universities to develop a joint idea in teaching or research. The scheme is open to all academic disciplines. Find out more and apply.
Find the latest virtual mobility opportunities for students on the Go Abroad website. Opportunities include, online courses, team work challenges, virtual summers schools and more!
A funding opportunity for academic and administrative staff to teach or train at partner institutions worldwide.
“Lund was great. We had an interesting conference combined with a partner/faculty visit, meeting our students and the staff from Lund, and also networking with people from global offices around the world.”
Janet Ellis, Student Support Officer, Business School – attended a Staff Training Week at Lund University, Sweden