Internationalisation contributes to increased quality, sustainability and attractiveness to potential students, employees and external partners. For us, internationalisation is also a tool through which we can ensure the quality of our operation remains relevant in an increasingly globalised world.

Mobility is an important tool for internationalisation. Mid Sweden University has agreements with universities around the world where employees can spend shorter or longer periods. Most of the partner universities are located in Europe, but the university also has partners in, for example, Australia, Canada, China and the USA.

As an employee, you can apply for central mobility grants to visit a partner university. The International Relations Office can provide information regarding application procedures and discuss various opportunities for mobility for staff.


International opportunities for students

There are numbers of international research collaborations, projects and other internationaliation initiatives at Mid Sweden University, which are mainly located at the departments and reserach centres. For more information about this, please visit the department specific web pages.

Strategies and statistics on internationalisation
(Please note that the following reports are in Swedish)