The aim of the U21 Student Mobility Group is to enhance student mobility within Universitas 21 by:
Sharing information and best practice
Promoting collegial interaction
Collaborating on student mobility projects
Engaging in professional development.
The group includes a nominated U21 Student Mobility Officer (SMO) from each member institution. The Student Mobility Group meet annually, creating an important forum for SMOs to meet and discuss issues of common interest as well as progress the U21 student mobility agenda through collegial interaction and collaborative projects.
Chair of the Student Mobility Group
Isabell Majewsky Anderson, University of Edinburgh
The U21 employability group, lead by the University of Queensland, have developed a U21 self-reflective toolkit for students and staff across the network, supporting them to apply a reflective lens to their international and home-based activities. This event will launch the toolkit for use across the network.
RISE (Real Impact on Society and Environment) is U21’s international showcase of student achievement in sustainability and social innovation. The initiative is designed to accelerate the scale and impact of student-led projects by connecting them with a network of experts in academia and industry.
The showcase will exhibit all student projects in the RISE 20/21 final that are seeking support from across the U21 network.