Meetings in Stockholm at the Swedish Institute

Meetings in Stockholm at the Swedish Institute about their programs (the Baltic Sea Programs), at the Armenian and Georgian Embassies and at the Royal Institute of Technology – by representatives from the Tempus AGU-region

The Swedish Institute

The AGU-group started this day with an information seminar at Swedish Institute, SI. The address is Slottsbacken 1 and neighbouring the Royal Castle.

The SI-coordinator, Judith Black informed about the Baltic Sea and the Creative Force programs. This ppt-presentation is attached.

Information: https://eng.si.se

https://eng.si.se/balticlab-3-0-innovation-in-action/

https://eng.si.se/approved-applications-for-creative-force-2015/

The Embassies of Armenia and Georgia

We were advised by the Ministry of Education and Science of Sweden as dissemination actions to inform the AGU-embassies about the LeAGUe project.

However it was not possible the two LeAGUE persons from Ukraine to visit the Embassy of Ukraine, because it is situated just outside Stockholm in the neighboring city, called Lidingö.

But the two delegations from Armenia and Georgia participated at meetings together with the Armenian Ambassador, Artak Apitonian, at his Embassy, Sveavägen 76. Worth to mention – Ambassador Artak Apitonian is a former student of Samvel Karabekyan representing ALLLL and SSRULLI.

The Georgian delegation met together with Ulf Rosen the Councellor, Ucha Gabecheva, at his Embassy, Karlavägen 60.

The Royal Institute of Technology, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, KTH

Coordinator,   Tina   Murray,   Head  of    the    Department   of   International Strategic Development, informed about the International programs at KTH. Especially about the    programs     as     Erasmus   Mundus,    Tempus and Erasmus+ .

There have been and  are  many  of  these  programs  at  KTH,  both as coordinating and partner institution.

KTH is very high skilled and experienced as an international partner since the 90´s.

The ppt-presentation is attached.

Information: www.kth.se

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