A major European collaboration has been set up between the University of Glasgow and the University of Lüneburg: The European Centre for Advanced Studies in Lower Saxony.
Yesterday the Scottish university decided to embrace the partnership and made it official.
The collaboration is supposed to provide “a platform for research collaborations, joint courses, and student and staff exchanges, as well as, significantly, creating a vehicle for joint research funding bids. This means that it could offer Glasgow a means of partly mitigating any reduction in access to European Union research funding after the UK leaves the bloc.” (World University Rankings)
After the collaboration between the University of Warwick and the University of Paris Seine and Vrje Universiteit Brussel with the goal of “accessing European funding for cross-border higher education networks” (World University Rankings), the project symbolizes a new willingness for cooperation.
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