SDU wishes to work with all 17 SDGs while respecting the individual’s freedom of research and consequently the right to choose the subject and method of research in agreement with the University Act.
This means that in relation to education and lifelong learning we:
- Provide students with education in knowledge, skills and motivation to work with the sustainability challenges behind the UN's SDGs.
- Mobilise and engage young people in working with the UN’s SDGs.
Propositions from the SDG HUB
The Sustainability Academy
This year’s Academy will be held from 27 June to 1 July 2022 at SDU Kolding. All students at SDU can apply for admission to the Academy. This year, it is also possible for foreign students to apply for admission, as part of the teaching will be in English.
Propositions from the institutions
Behavior Change Challenge
SDU Sønderborg are inviting suggestions for projects in which you try out ideas on how to make people waste less paper, water, electricity, reduce consumption and waste etc.
SPIN-IN for Sustainability
Are you a student with a passion for sustainability and up for a great challenge?
Do you want to work with the SDG's?
Want to work with the SDGs?
There are a host of opportunities for you as a student if you are interested in working with the SDGs. Read more here.
Submit your idea
If you’ve got a great idea on how SDU can work with the UN’s SDGs, you can submit your ideas right here.
Do you need funding for a project related to the SDGs or sustainability?
SDU supports students at SDU who want to work with sustainability or the UN’s SDGs. To this end, a pool has been earmarked for student-led initiatives. Read more here.
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Want inspiration? Read this blog post by Marie-Louise Bruun Maaløe about her Bachelor project with the WWF as her sounding board