BUP Annual Report 2018


The BUP Annual Report 2018 - Internationalization in practice
Editor: Ulrika Klintberg.

The Baltic University Programme (BUP) has for 27 years been active in the drainage area of the Baltic Sea Region - promoting openness, internationalization, mobility and cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region. The main aim is to support building strong regional educational and research communities. Since the start BUP has gathered 232 universities in the region, educated some 150 000 students over the years, organized hundreds of conferences, been sailing on the Baltic Sea and beyond some 28 times, worked with governments, companies and some 30 cities in the region, published close to 50 books and 60 hours of film, and last but not least - created friendships between students, researchers and academic teachers in the region. Maybe these efforts are more than any other University Programme world-wide. 

From the Foreword by BUP Director Madeleine Granvik.


The Baltic University Programme in 2018
Who we are and our aim
The new organization
Overview of the BUP organization 2018
The Secretariats
The National Centres
Plan of the BUP presidency
BUP presidency
Member Universities 2018
How to become a BUP Member University
Annual BUP activities
5th Rectors’ Conference in Åbo/Turku, Finland
Student conference in Großschönau, Germany
Summer course in Hamburg, Germany
SAIL for Students
SAIL for Teachers
Teachers course on ESD, 2018
PhD Students Training in Rogów, Poland
Mobility Grant and PhD Award winners
Participation statistics
BUP workshop at the ReGeneration 2030 Summit
BUP Projects 2018
BUP reach 2018
The BUP Research Notes Letter
Planning for the future
Calendar 2019
Economic overview 2018
The Baltic University Programme Network Map

News from 2019

Last modified: 2021-08-09