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Brazil & Sweden – A model for strategic collaboration in internationalization

This seminar aims to explore what makes two, seemingly unrelated, countries like Brazil & Sweden so closely linked in collaboration in research, education and innovation.

The seminar will give a general overview of the collaboration between the two countries but it will also give practical examples of how strategic collaboration between the two countries has been shaped and experiences from these initiatives from both a Swedish and Brazilian point of view. We will show how the industry-academy collaboration between Brazil and Sweden is helping to catalyze academic collaborations between the countries.

The aim of the seminar is to inspire and offer practical ideas for new and innovative quality driven collaboration initiatives in internationalization by showcasing the example of collaboration between Sweden & Brazil.

Gustaf Cars – (Uppsala University) – What makes collaboration Brazil/Sweden stand out? Introduction to the session.
Patricia Cardoso - (UFES) – Experiences from collaboration Sweden/Brazil – why is collaboration with Sweden relevant to Brazilian universities?
Moyses Araujo - (Uppsala University) – Insights from a Brazilian researcher at a Swedish university. Examples of strategic collaboration initiatives in internationalization, focus on the development of double degrees
Nicolás Maillard (UFRGS) – Strategic collaboration Brazil/Sweden – how to use mobility to enhance long-term collaboration efforts
Andre Bittencourt (Linköping University) - Internationalization through collaboration - The Sweden-Brazil case in Aeronautics
Victor Juliano de Negri (UFSC) – Brazilian-Swedish cooperation at UFSC
Gustaf Cars – (Uppsala University) – How to finance collaboration between Sweden and Brazil. Summary of the session.

Author(s):

Gustaf Cars    
Uppsala University
Sweden

Patricia A Cardoso    
Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Brazil

Moyses Araujo    
Uppsala University
Sweden

Nicolas Bruno Maillard    
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Brazil

André Carvalho Bittencourt    
Linköping University
Sweden

Victor Juliano De Negri    
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Brazil

 

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