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King’s is part of the Circle U. European University Alliance, a network of nine universities who share a commitment to developing knowledge in service to society and addressing global challenges. Together with our partners in Oslo, Aarhus, Berlin, Belgrade, Louvain, Paris, Pisa and Vienna, we are building an inclusive, research-intensive, and interdisciplinary European University which provides a multi-cultural and multi-lingual student and staff experience.
Circle U.’s priorities are to enable the mobility of students and staff, promote collaboration between education, research and community partners (including our 34 associated partners), increase student engagement and support the professional development of early career researchers.
A network of 46 Academic Chairs across nine universities working in six hubs: Student-led Sustainable Innovation, the Knowledge Hubs on Climate, Democracy and Global Health, the Open School of Public Governance, and the Think and Do Tank
A multilateral mobility agreement for students and staff
Opportunities for PhD students and Early Career Researchers, including workshops, joint funding calls and prizes to promote interdisciplinary collaboration
Thematic summer schools on Global Health, Climate and Democracy for Circle U. students
Blended language modules offered to Circle U. students
The first Circle U. National Conference
The launch of the Circle U. Challenge
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Lecturer in National Security Studies
Lecturer in German and European & International Studies
Professor of Stem Cell Sciences
Dr Dusko Ilic is a Professor in Stem Cell Sciences, School of Life Course Sciences, King's College London.
Reader in Epidemiology
Professor of Clinical Education
Lecturer in Public Policy
The Intersectoral mobility scheme for Early-Career Researchers (ECRs) is open for applications until 27 February 2023. Early-career researchers (ECRs) are invited to apply for a mobility grant of up to 2000 euros to spend a period of time working with an organisation outside the university sector, that is a partner of one of the Circle U. universities.
What learning opportunities would you like to find at your university? Why do you want to learn other languages? Circle U. invites the student community to contribute to improving education by expressing their opinions on learning languages.
As part of his work as a Circle U. Academic Chair for Global Health, King's Academic Dr Matthew Prina has developed a student-led podcast on global health including episodes on vaccine inequity, democratising mental healthcare and the relationship between physical and mental health. Listen now using the link below!
Students from King’s College London, University of Belgrade, UCLouvain and Aarhus University have been working together to discuss their experiences of being first-year students and develop ideas to improve the first-year experience across Circle U.
Dr Barbara McGillivray from the Department of…
King’s College London hosted the first Circle U.…