Division of Research and Innovation

The Utrecht Network

The Utrecht Network brings together 32 European universities in 27 countries with a common mission to share best practice and enhance the internationalisation process for both students and staff.

Utrecht Network
Utrecht Network

The Utrecht Network is particularly committed to areas of activity such as student and staff mobility, summer schools, the internationalisation of curriculum, joint curricula and double/joint degrees. To advance these activities, the Utrecht Network has set up 4 Task Forces:

The Utrecht Network Young Researchers Grant is designed to promote and further enhance the Network’s support to students and staff as well as broaden mobility between the Network’s institutions. Up to 10 scholarships of €1,000 each will be offered to students, who might not be eligible for other scholarship programmes such as ERASMUS+ (e.g. length of stay is under 3 months). The grant is limited to thesis research on masters or PhD level. Students are allowed to take courses as well. However priority will be given to ‘research-only’ PhD students.

The Utrecht Network is indeed a European network with a global outlook. It has well established links with partner universities in Australia and in the USA.
The co-operation with the AEN (Australia-European Network) offers students the opportunity to apply for a study placement in six Australian universities.
The co-operation with the MAUI Network (Mid-America Universities International) offers students the opportunity to apply for placement in 11 American universities on 14 campuses.

Utrecht Network@UiB:

Helge Bjørlo (coordinator)

More details on the Utrecht Network website.