The Danish School of Education contributes to strategic partnerships and research alliances with a wide range of research institutions worldwide.
This also includes around 40 Erasmus+ Agreements with European universities, such as Universität Wien, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin, Universitat de Barcelona, Descartes University, Università di Bologna, University of Oslo, University of Helsinki, etc. It is possible to apply for both short visits and longer stays for staff and PhD students.
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The ASEM Education and Research Hub for Lifelong Learning (ASEM LLL Hub), established in 2005, is an official network of Asian and European higher education institutions, working and learning together to achieve excellence in comparative research on lifelong learning, to offer research-based education policy recommendations, and to develop mutual understanding between Asia and Europe. The ASEM LLL Hub Secretariat is hosted by the Danish School of Education
The Danish School of Education at Aarhus University is the Danish member of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA).The IEA is an independent, international umbrella organisation for national research institutions in more than 50 countries.
The University of São Paulo (USP) is the major institution of higher learning and research in Brazil. Besides collaboration within academic networks, since 2015 the Danish School of Education has had a Memorandum of Understanding formalising the collaboration with Sao Paolo University’s Faculty of Education. This includes the launching of joint research activities, and for this purpose the exchange of faculty members and research personnel. The exchange of PhD students is generally encouraged.
Beijing Normal University is consistently ranked as the top higher learning institution in mainland China. In addition to collaboration through the research network IALEI (now INEI), since 2013 the Danish School of Education has had a formal collaboration with emphasis on the development of joint research activities, including the exchange of faculty members and research staff. In addition, the ambition is to promote exchanges of PhD students.
The University of Tennessee (UT) is ranked among the best US public universities. As a follow-up to a fruitful delegation visit from their College of Education, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed in 2014 between the Danish School of Education and the College of Education. Both institutions agree to undertake joint research activities, conferences, seminars and academic meetings. For this purpose, the exchange of faculty members and research personnel as well as exchanges of PhD students have a high priority.
University College London, Institute of Education (IOE) was founded in 1902, and for a number of years it has been ranked as the leading research institution within the field of education. The Danish School of Education and the IOE have a long history of intense collaboration and offer a joint degree in Lifelong Learning. Since 2012, this collaboration has been formalised in a Memorandum of Understanding, which emphasises the aim of the institutions to continue to develop strong collaboration in work-based learning, lifelong learning, citizenship education and university pedagogy.
Exchanges of PhD students and staff are encouraged through an Erasmus+ Agreement.
Seoul National University (SNU) is widely considered to be the most prestigious university in Korea. The Danish School of Education has a long history of formalised collaboration with SNU’s College of Education, both within the ASEM and INEI (formerly IALEI) networks. The activities mentioned in the latest Letters of Intent (2015) include exchanges of professors, research staff and PhD students; and seeking and securing external research grants.
The Danish School of Education has a long tradition of collaboration with Vietnam, especially in connection with the ASEM network. In 2009, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with the Vietnam University of Education to promote academic collaboration. The results of this have included exchanges of academics, the training of PhD students, seminars, conferences and publications.