Vårpromotionen 19 May 2018
Vårpromotionen is a formal graduation ceremony where doctors are being honoured.
At Vårpromotionen student marshals are participating. Student marshals hold flags, hand out programmes and help the guests find their way at the ceremony in Aula Nordica at 16.00.
As a thanking gesture the student marshals are invited to the evening banquet in Universum after the ceremony, with a three-course menu and dancing to Renhornen.
Dress code at the ceremony: White tie and tails and white waistcoat for men and evening gown for women. Student’s cap, white gloves and union ribbon must be worn.
Information and registration: www.umu.se/english/about-umu/academic-ceremonies/spring-graduation/student-marshall
Take this chance and go to the Global Health Research Conference in Stockholm the 18-19th of April. The program is filled with interesting lectures and workshops, and the theme is “How can Sweden contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals? From Research to Action”.
The medical faculty of the university and the Medical Union is sponsoring a bus to Stockholm for students who participate in the conference – it will be free for you. It will leave early in the morning on the 18th and go home again early on the 20th, so you can take part in the whole conference.
If the bus would get full we will choose students based on motivation and to get a mix of students from different programs.
We are also working on a buddy-system to help participants who need someplace to stay in Stockholm. However, if you have an alternative solution we recommend you solve it on your own.
The student price is 350 SEK.
Read more about the conference here: https://www.facebook.com/events/145230796184328/ och here: http://www.sls.se/utbildning/utbildningsaktiviteter/bz-98-global-health/
Register for the bus here
Deadline 22 of March.
Questions? Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Together with German Ambassador, Dr Hans-Jürgen Heimsoeth, French Ambassador to Sweden, David Cvach, will discuss the issue of Europe’s future with the students of Umea University. For this occasion, they will lay out the vision of both Germany and France for a greater European integration. Last but not least, they will present the initiative on citizen consultations, aimed at triggering a vast debate on the future of Europe