Bringing Leading Global Universities Together
Shared excellence. Shared knowledge. Shared experiences.
Universitas 21 empowers students and staff from 27 world-class universities to share excellence, collaborate across borders and nurture international knowledge exchange. We value cultural difference, connect together perspectives from around the world, and harness the collective expertise of our exceptional institutions to benefit all of our members. Our dynamic approach has helped nurture a global network of over 1 million students and 200,000 staff, inspiring institutional innovation for over 20 years.
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U21 launches new Researcher Resilience Fund
U21's Researcher Resilience Fund aims to support the development of the network’s PhD and early career researchers. This fund is specifically designed to develop researchers' capability and capacity to work digitally or virtually in order to adapt to life as a researcher post-COVID-19.
U21 Finding New Ways to Help its Members in Difficult Times
There has never been a better time to harness the collaborative power of the network, in light of this unprecedented emergency.
U21 RISE winners offer crucial support during coronavirus outbreak
Read how the Foodprint social supermarket and food distribution network has managed to adapt its operations to continue serving the local community.
U21 research study finds employability benefits to studying abroad and at-home extracurricular activities
U21 has published new research: ‘Exploring the impact of student mobility and extracurricular engagement on academic performance and graduate outcomes’. The study offers new insights into students’ experiences of higher education, and makes recommendations for the sector to support students in unlocking the potential benefits of these experiences for their personal and professional development.
A prize winning week in Dubai with the U21/PwC Innovation Challenge
Mac Montana won the Group B PwC/U21 Innovation Challenge, and was invited to spend a week with PwC in Dubai. Along with a warm welcome, Mac received specialist career coaching and opportunities to learn more about how PwC is preparing the workforce of the future.
Mac explains, 'Since I am an aspiring forensic accountant, I met with a member of the Forensic Accounting Team, learning about her career path and the team’s most common types of projects. I also participated in a coaching session with one of PwC’s most experienced coaches. In the session, I received some helpful suggestions for actions I can take to strengthen relationships with my colleagues and make communication easier.'