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INU Student Seminar Hiroshima, Japan

Application closed.

Malmö University offers two spots at the International Network of Universities (INU) Student Seminar in Hiroshima, Japan 1–10 August. The Student Seminar is a unique programme hosted by Hiroshima University in Japan. The seminar welcomes students from INU member universities around the world and is structured around the August 6 commemoration of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. The theme of the 2024 INU Student Seminar is ‘World Peace and Political Justice’.

The 10-day programme includes lectures, case studies and small group discussions. The programme also offers field trips to local attractions and cultural learning experiences, and culminates in a United Nations role play where groups of students represent different countries. 

The seminar includes attendance of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony on 6 August.

Student Seminar for Global Citizenship and Peace (INU's website)


Selected students receive a travel grant from Malmö University of 6000 SEK as well as travel insurance. There is also a possibility to receive a scholarship through Hiroshima University of 80,000 JPY (~6000 SEK).


All registered students at Malmö University are welcome to apply, priority will be given to applicants that will continue their studies at Malmö University during the academic year 2024/2025.

Application and selection process

To apply, fill in the online application form and upload the following documents:

  1. A one A4 page motivational letter, explaining your connection to the theme, what you wish to gain and how you can contribute
  2. LADOK transcript, showing that you are a registered student at Mau as well as your results
  3. CV

Application deadline was 11 March. 

INU online course Global Citizenship and Sustainable Futures: Learning for Change – application closed

What? The International Network of Universties - INU offers an online programme that explores what it means to be a global citizen through learning and reflecting on a range of key global issues. 
For who? Malmö University studfents that will continue their studies in Malmö the whole of 2024 (as the course runs for 12 months).
Where? Online
When? Starting in March 2024, six 2-hour sessions during one year

As part of the programme, students will complete 3 core sessions and choose 3 option sessions over the course of 12 months, starting in March 2024.

Core Sessions

  1. A critical introduction to United Nation’s SDGs
  2. How do we engage across cultures?
  3. Reflective session

Choice of electives (students will select 3 out of 6 possible options)

  1. Borders, modern slavery and human mobility
  2. Peace education and reconciliation
  3. Climate change and social inequalities
  4. Food security
  5. Gender inequality and violence against women
  6. Inclusive and sustainable economic growth and consumerism

Detailed information can be found on the INU website.

How to apply

Prepare the following documents for upload in the application system:

  1. Motivational letter, maximum 0.5 page, Times 12p. Explain why you want to take the course and how you can contribute.
  2.  CV
  3. Transcript of records/results from LADOK

Chose application form 'Application Short-term Mobility' in the application portal (link below). When asked for 'Mobility programme' chose INU; 'Exchange country' chose Sweden; 'Exchange institution' chose INU – International Network of Universities; 'Stay opportunity' chose INU Online Course.

Application Deadline is 5 February 2024.

Link to application portal 

International Student Conference in Indonesia – application closed

What? Meet students from all over the world at the very appreciated annual International Student Conference at Parahyangan Catholic University in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The conference includes lectures, workshops and cultural activities and this year's theme is “Empowering Youth and Local Voices for Human-Centric, Sustainable, and Inclusive Smart Cities". Detailed info can be found on the ISC website. Watch the film from ISC 2023!

Two students will be offered a fee waiver, worth 350 USD. These two students will get their accommodation, local transport, cultural activities and some meals covered. Please note, the selected students book and pay for their own flights to and from Indonesia. Insurance will be covered by Malmö University. Selected students will be expected to share their experiences with fellow students back in Malmö.

When? 22-27 January 2024

For who? The application is open to all students at Malmö University. Priority will be given to students that will continue their studies at Malmö University during 2024.

Application Closed!

How to apply! Apply by filling out the application form and upload the following documents in the application system:
1. Motivational letter, maximum 1 page. Explain why you want to go and how you can contribute.
2. CV 
3. Passport/ID
4. Transcript of records/results from LADOK

Chose application form "Application Short-term Mobility" in the application portal, when asked for "Mobility programme" chose INU, INU - I, Parahyangan. 

Link to Application Portal.

Video from ISC 2023!