A SACC-USA Program

Knowledge Exchange & Talent Mobility

SIREUS, a three-year collaboration project between SACC-USA and 13 Swedish universities,
will focus on knowledge exchange in innovation, science, entrepreneurship, and increased
talent mobility for students and researchers between Sweden and the U.S.

What's your angle?

Learn more about what SIREUS can do for you. 

About the project

City Hall in StockholmCity Hall in Stockholm
City Hall in Stockholm

A platform for increased talent mobility and knowledge exchange between Sweden and the U.S.

For researchers, companies, students and innovators
With increased global competition and an accelerating pace of innovation, attracting skilled talent becomes ever more important to secure long-term economic growth. A skilled workforce can be achieved through domestic education, by attracting foreign talent, or by individuals studying abroad or gaining knowledge in another country.

Happenings at SIREUS

PRESS RELEASE:
Stockholm University joins SIREUS! 

“Stockholm University is very happy to join the SIREUS project. We are convinced that international collaboration for attracting, developing, and retaining talent is absolutely crucial for us as universities, in order to fulfill our mission to advance research frontiers and transmit scientific knowledge to new generations of students," says Astrid Söderbergh Widding, President of Stockholm University.

SIREUS HOSTS EVENT:

- STUDY IN SWEDEN

House of Sweden, Washington D.C
November 1st, 2022 at 5pm-8pm.
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Read more about SIREUS ever first event and the happenings throughout the evening. 

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SIREUS ATTENDED NOBEL PRIZE SYMPOSIUM 2022

House of Sweden, Washington D.C.
November 28th, 2022
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Today, the SIREUS team had the great honor to listen to four of The Nobel Prize Laureates at the House of Sweden, hosted by Embassy of Sweden in USA. During the reception, interesting and especially inspiring panels about topics regarding the Laureates' backgrounds and their story of becoming scientists. The panel continued to discuss how we should attract the younger generation around the world to head into the field of research and science.

​​​​​​​So that we, together can create a better tomorrow.