At The Baltic University Programme (BUP) we are constantly working towards creating the best possible events for everyone within the Programme. To be as transparent as possible we are sharing evaluations of our events as well as information about the event itself in our event reports.
Events in 2022
The 6th BUP Rectors’ Conference 2022
During 28-29 September 2022 The Baltic University Programme held the 6th Rectors’ Conference in Uppsala. In total about 80 rectors and rectors representatives were able to meet in person to discuss the strategic issues Sustainability, Internationalisation and Quality Assurance.
During the first day there were presentations within the subjects internationalization in practice, Challenges Ahead - strategic issues to address, Challenges of Internationalization, Sustainability at Universities and Quality Assurance of Higher Education. During the second day there were panel discussions within the themes Sustainability, Internationalisation, Quality Assurance. The Rectors' Conference concluded with the The Baltic University Programme General Assembly were participants discussed suggestions for the future and long term directions for the BUP. Read the full event report from the Rectors' Conference here.
The BUP student conference 2022
The Baltic University Programme’s annual Student Conference, is a conference for students with a topic connected to one of the ten BUP themes. In 2022, the conference was organised in collaboration between the BUP's coordinating secretariat at Uppsala University and Slovak University of Agriculture and the topic was Resilient food systems from a Baltic Sea Region perspective.
The participating students gave the event a rating of 9.16/10 in their final evaluation and the conference was a great success, with students enjoying the interactive program and many interesting discussions. Read the full event report from the student conference.
Master Thesis Training (MTT)
The MTT had the objective to give master students from BUP participating universities the opportunity to meet and discuss scientific problems with a focus on sustainability in an interdisciplinary, international, multicultural, and regional context. Each student was also given individual feedback on their master thesis from a senior from a participating university.
The participating students gave the event a 9/10 rating and they all thought that the event was helpful in terms of improving your thesis. The senior supervisors have the event a 9.75/10 rating and they were all interested in being invited to future BUP events. Read the full event report from the MTT.