Internationalisation strategy of the HNEE
The project "HNEE Internationalisation 2.0" aims to support the development of a new internationalisation strategy at the University for Sustainable Development and to improve the institutional structural framework with regard to internationalisation. The project enables the HNEE to intensify contacts and relationships with partner universities in Canada and South Africa in an exemplary manner. The project will run until December 2023.
Thus, the project consists of two components:
1) the update of the internationalisation strategy:
The current internationalisation strategy of the HNEE from 2014 is to be continued in a university-wide participatory process. This is to take place within the framework of the DAAD-funded project "HNEE Internationalisation 2.0". The aim of the project is to publish an internationalisation strategy for the HNEE by December 2023, which addresses the current challenges for the university in a global context.
You will be informed about the state of affairs and current deadlines here.
The current internationalisation strategy of the HNEE can be found at Internationalisierungs-Strategie-HNEE_EN.pdf
2) the establishment of a network in the field of sustainability:
The second component aims to build a network for practical cooperation in the field of sustainability as well as to create long-term transdisciplinary learning opportunities in cooperation with partner universities in Canada (University of Saskatchewan, Vancouver Island University), South Africa (Rhodes University and University of the Witwatersrand) and Germany (Leuphana University LÃ¼neburg). For more information, please visit the Biosphere Reserves Institute page at the following link.
Updating the Internationalisation Strategy
Establishment of a new, long-term partner network