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Networks & Consortia

​​Stellenbosch University enjoys membership of several African-based and international consortia, through which the university engages with institutions around the world. Consortia and partnerships are arranged according to specific focus areas, and the university joins these based on their significance in higher education.

Featured Networks, Consortiums and Associations

International Network of Universities

The International Network of Universities (INU) is a global consortium comprised of higher education institutions that actively seek international partnerships and experiences, create innovative programming and delivery methods, and embrace the internationalization movement.

Association of Commonwealth Universities

A vibrant global community with a shared commitment to build a better world through higher education. With more than 500 member universities across 50 countries, member institutions are part of a network that reflects the breadth and diversity of the Commonwealth itself.

Consortium Of Universities For Global Health

CUGH supports academic institutions and partners to improve the wellbeing of people and the planet through education, research, service, and advocacy.

South Africa-Sweden University Forum

SASUF is a collaboration between 36 universities in Sweden & South Africa together with embassies, civil society organizations, funding agencies & ministries in both countries.

Venice International University

A consortium of 21 universities from all over the world with an autonomous campus on the island of San Servolo, Venice, Italy.

Global Alliance of Universities on Climate

The mission of the Global Alliance of Universities on Climate is to advance climate change solutions through research, education, and public outreach, and to partner with industry, non-profit and government organizations to promote rapid implementation from local to global scales.

Southern African-Nordic Centre

Primary aim is to promote multilateral research cooperation on matters of importance to the development of both regions.

Social Sciences Universities Network

The Network aims at promoting the cooperation between universities with an advantage in humanities and social sciences in talent training, scientific research, academic innovation as well as policy and regulation formulation.

SGROUP

It is an integrated network of European universities and its objective is to establish cultural and socio-economic academic links, as well as to develop specific mechanisms that act as privileged channels of information and exchange in Higher Education.

African Networks ➔

​CONTACT PERSON

  • Kirwan Adams
  • Email: kirwan(at)sun.ac.za​

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