Nord University provides quality programmes for incoming international students allowing students to learn in a dynamic, modern institution as well as experience the culture of Northern Norway.
The university also encourages current students to develop their knowledge, skills and experience by offering a range of exchange programmes through partner institutions and multilateral arrangements.
- Students at Nord University (outgoing):
15th Feruary/15th September
- Students from partner institutions (incoming):
15th April/15th October
What do you need to think about, what rights you have and which authorities should you contact? Also information about Nordic scholarships for studies and research and Nordic institutions involved in education and research.
Information for those who intend to study in a Nordic country or are already taking an education outside their home country you may find on the official web-site.
The University of the Arctic's north2north student exchange program provides opportunities for students to experience different northern regions firsthand, and to share experiences face-to-face by allowing students to study at other institutions. For more information contact your n2n person at your home institution.
Key Action 1 supports mobility in the education, training and youth sectors and aims to bring long lasting benefits to the participants and the participating organisations involved.
The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) manages the selection of projects under:
- Joint Master Degree
- Large Scale European Voluntary Service Events
The actions of the KA1 are managed at decentralised level by the National Agencies.
Applications under this action cannot be made by individual students, staff or volunteers. People wishing to participate in an activity will need to contact one of the organisations receiving support from the Erasmus + programme.