Research and Innovation for a Sustainable Baltic Sea Region

One of the main aim of the The Baltic University Programme is to promote strong regional research community in the fields of sustainable development and democracy. We do so by:

  1. Building research networks, according to our 10 research themes.
  2. Coordinating publications and grant calls, through our BUP Research and Publication Office (BUPRaP).
  3. Compiling peer reviewed articles, book chapters and thesis into a Research Notes Letter, that is released three times a year.

Below, you can read more about our ways of promoting research.

Baltic Sea Region - Cooperation without limits?

People at a seminar

The Faculty of International Relations at Belarusian State University and the Baltic University Programme invites researchers to take part in the Research Seminar;  Baltic Sea Region: Cooperation without limits? The seminar will be held in the frameworks of the XIXth International Scientific conference "Belarus in Modern World". Accepted participants are welcome to submit the full text article for peer-reviewing. The best enteries has the chance to be published in the international journal Studia Periegetica.

  • 29 October 2020
  • Minsk, Belarus and Online
  • Open for Researches, Experts, Teachers & PhD students

The BUP has 10 grants covering accomodation and food for researchers from BUP member universities.

Read more about the seminar