Networking with partners across borders is a top priority at University College Lillebaelt. UCL works closely together with several partners regionally, nationally and internationally.
All of UCL’s academic departments are involved in one or more long-term networks with partners, mostly within the ERASMUS and NORDPLUS programmes.
These networks develop the international aspect of the academic courses in question, for example through staff and student mobility and the development in common with partners of joint study modules or intensive programmes involving students and staff of the participating countries.
These networks are specifically related to the academic content of the courses taught, allowing for closer cooperation between similar degree courses around the world.
International ties with partner institutes enrich UCL’s academic culture by means of gaining knowledge and a broader view. In addition, these contacts provide excellent opportunities for students and staff to widen their horizons.
The relationships UCL has developed with other higher education instituions mean UCL can offer student exchange programmes, where students get the chance to study abroad.
Find a complete overview of UCL’s different international partners at the following link:
Research and Development projects
Through their respective networks, many of the academic departments at University College Lillebælt are involved in international research and development projects, working across borders with a common professional, academic content.
Some of these projects have been initiated by staff at University College Lillebælt; in other cases UCL participate as cooperative partners.