Find international short-term experiences open to students at Malmö University, such as annual summer schools and conferences as well as incoming opportunities from the university's networks. The content of this page is updated continuously. The opportunities listed here are those offered annually through our university wide networks.

International Student Conference in Indonesia

Application open!

What? Meet students from all over the world at the very appreciated annual International Student Conference at Parahyangan Catholic University in Bandung, Indonesia. The conference includes lectures, workshops and cultural activities and this year's theme is “Inclusivity and Accessibility to Welfare and Sustainable Living After the Pandemic”. Detailed info can be found on the ISC website.

Four students will be offered a fee waiver, worth 400 USD. These four 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.

When? 3-8 January 2023

For who? The application is open to all students at Malmö University. 

Application Deadline! Monday 24 October, midnight.

How to apply! Apply by filling out the application form and upload the following documents in the application system:
1. Motivational letter, maximimun 1 page
2. CV 
3. Passport/ID
4. Transcript of records from LADOK

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

Link to Application Portal.

 

 

Student Seminar in Hiroshima, Japan

The International Student Seminar for Global Citizenship and Peace is a unique immersion program hosted by Hiroshima University in Japan. The seminar welcomes students from around the world from INU member universities and is structured around the August 6 commemoration of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

The 10-day program includes lectures, case studies and small group discussions. The program 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 program also includes attendance of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony on 6 August.

Eligibility

Full-time students from INU member institutions who are willing to be challenged by an intensive academic and cultural program.

Application and Selection Process

A call for applications is usually announced around March/April every year. Detailed information is posted here when the application is open.

INU Website for more information

Master’s Summer School for Global Citizenship and Peace in Hiroshima, Japan

The Master’s Summer School for Global Citizenship and Peace is a unique immersion program which is usually hosted by Hiroshima University in Japan. The seminar welcomes master students from around the world from INU member universities and is structured around the 6 August commemoration of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

The course involves an intensive series of seminars and lectures by faculty from INU member universities and concludes with a simulation of an international decision-making process.

Pre-course assignment

In preparation for the course, graduate students write a 4000-word paper on one of four topics related to the theme of the program, which they present during the course. 

Eligibility

Master students from an INU member institution are eligible to apply.

Application and Selection Process

A call for applications is usually opened in March/April each year. Detailed information about the application process will be posted here when the application opens.

INU website for more information

Cross-Cultural Summer Programme in USA

Every July we offer a summer programme hosted by James Madison University (JMU), USA. The Summer Program is open to all students at Malmö University. We usually select one student to participate in the summer programme who receives a programme fee waiver plus a travel grant from Malmö University.

More information and application details will be published here when the next opportunity is open for application.