Find international virtual experiences open to students at Malmö University, such as research seminars, workshops and conferences as well as full courses from the University's networks.
Credits earned through virtual international opportunities listed here will not automatically be credited at Malmö University.
Education for social change, 15 ECTS
Do you want to research social educational challenges from primary school to university? And build educational interventions to address these challenges?
In Education for Social Change, student teams research social educational challenges from primary school to university, then build educational interventions to address this. To support the projects, an Education Track provides a broad philosophical educational training, and a Reflection Track grounds students’ learning through journaling, peer-reflection and workshops.
4 September 2023 – 18 February 2024
Erasmus University Rotterdam. Possibility to attend digitally.
If you have got any questions or would like to sign up, email Dr. Ginie Servant-Miklos.
Online UNIC research seminar: The rise of "I-liberal" democracies
"The rise of 'I-liberal' democracies: Political instrumentalization of religious belongings and misleading theologies in Europe" is an international online research seminar open for students of all UNIC universities. The seminar will be held in English.
The Research Blockseminar is a collaborative experience with the participation of European lecturers and students of faculties and centers members of the alliance of Post-Industrial European Cities UNIC. The Blockseminar focuses on the contemporary discussion on the state of European democracies and the emergence of the so-called "i-liberal" models in the continent, with particular emphasis on the political instrumentalization of religious belongings/narratives or misleading theologies for populist purposes. The phenomenon will be studied from a multidisciplinary perspective, which includes outlooks and developments from knowledge fields such as Social Studies, Political Studies, Theology, or Religious Studies.
Students and lecturers from related fields are invited to join. With specific stress on research abilities and capacities, students will also be introduced to the use of methods and techniques of social research such as analysis of (political) speech, analysis of Media (political) content, or the analysis of social/political movements.
On the break between the first block (October 20 – 21) and the second block (January 12 – 13), with the close assistance of the faculty, students will develop group single-or-multisite research on specific political/religious topics.
In the second block, the groups will present and discuss their finding in the plenary. Because the seminar aims to introduce students to social research, no previous experience or knowledge in the matter is required. The virtual introductory session will take place on 16 October at 16.00.
Ruhr University Bochum
Register by email to Daniel Jara before 15 October.
If you are enrolled at Malmö University, you are eligible to participate in one of the virtual courses available through the European University Alliance UNIC – UNIC Opened Courses. These courses are offered by different universities across Europe. Each course is ECTS accredited. Please check with your academic adviser if you can include the credits in your degree.
Engaging in studies through UNIC gives you the opportunity to connect with your fellow students across Europe and include a wider perspective in your education.