Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on international travel, there will be no application process for bilateral staff mobility for mobilities during July to December 2021. Individual Erasmus+ opportunities will be disseminated as the calls are opened, but the implementation of the mobility may also only be in 2022.
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With an extensive network of partner institutions on six continents, Stellenbosch University is not only changing the lives of its students but its staff as well. Despite the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on international travel, SU Staff is afforded an opportunity to attend various international virtual staff opportunities.
Please find some of the virtual opportunities offered to SU staff by some of our networks and partner universities below:
University of St Andrews Sustainability Summer Lecture Series
The Summer Lecture Series will explore the concept of 'sustainability' across five interactive lectures, allowing participants to explore the topic from different perspectives. These will include biology, earth sciences, people policy, economics and ethics. Throughout the series of lectures, participants will develop a deep and critical understanding of the factors associated with creating a sustainable future.
Five online lectures will be delivered throughout July and August, immediately followed by the opportunity to ask questions of our world-leading speakers.
- Introduction to the Lecture Series and Sustainability – Thursday, 15 July 2021
- Educating for Climate Justice: the Third Generation Project – Thursday, 22 July 2021
- Climate Change and the Doomsday Glacier – Thursday, 29 July 2021
- Climate Emergencies, Energy Transitions, and the Pursuit of a 'Green' Future – Thursday, 12 August 2021
- Liter of Light, Brazil – Thursday, 19 August 2021
This lecture series is open to all staff and students at our international partner institutions. To register for the lecture series, please complete the online booking form. A fee of £50 will enable access to all five interactive lectures; recordings of the lectures will also be available to you shortly after the main event. More information about the lecture series can be found here.