Internationalisation of first and second-cycle education
KI is working for increased internationalisation of the study programme with with the aim of improving the quality and diversity of the education and in order to prepare students for working in a global labour market. We offer tools, tips, support and other resources in order to facilitate internationalisation of education.
Who has the responsibility to drive internationalisation in education?
Learn more about how KI is working for increased internationalisation of the study programmes. Jonas Sundbäck is assigned by the Committeee for Higher Education to focus on internationalisation and has a working group for support.
Internationalisation of the Curriculum - an action plan
What is Internationalisation of the Curriculum (IoC)? Why and how are we doing it at KI? Get inspired to start your own project.
Teaching in English
Resources and tips for teaching in English.
Teaching global health
Resources on how to integrate global health into your teaching!
International exchange for teachers and staff
Teach in Kenya or work shadow in France? Attend a "Staff Week" at a European university? There are many opportunities for teachers and employees in our exchange programs.
As travelling is restricted due to the current global situation Karolinska Institutet would like to offer students and staff at our valued partner institutions the opportunity to meet with us online and get a feel for Karolinska Institutet – here is our programme for virtual exchange!
Partner universities and agreements
The Bachelor and Master's programmes at Karolinska Institutet have signed exchange agreements for 2020/2021 with partner universities across the world.
KI in strategic partnerships Erasmus+
Strategic Partnerships are transnational projects designed to develop and share innovative practices. KI is participating in a number of projects. Learn more about NordBioMedNet, EDORTH and CLILMED.
Contact the internationalisation team (UoL)
Do you have questions? Interested in booking a meeting? Need support? Contact us at the the Unit for teaching and learning!