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Posted on November 02 2022

Norway grants over €8.8 Million funds to 13 universities for International Educational Cooperation

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Updated July 25 2023

Highlights: Norway grants €8.8 Million funds to 13 universities

  • Norwegian government allocated €8.8 million funds to 13 universities for International Educational Cooperation
  • Norway partnered with 7 countries such as Canada, India, South Korea, the USA, Brazil, China, and South Africa
  • Norway aims to strengthen its Education through International Education Cooperation
  • The subject areas that are featured under this project are: Geosciences, Humanities, Natural Sciences and Technology related, etc.

Norway distributed funds to 13 universities for International Educational Cooperation

Norway releases funds of €8.8 million to invest in 13 colleges and universities for International educational cooperation by collaborating with partners in various countries like the United States, Canada, Japan, Brazil, India, South Africa, South Korea, and China.

Based on the Norwegian government and its Ministry of Education, the license targets to strengthen Norway as an Education hub for foreign students.

Through this fund, a total of 30 projects will get support. With this, the NTNU and Norway’s Arctic University (UiT) top the list with the most awarded projects. Whereas the countries which showered with high cooperation are the United States, Brazil, and China.

The subjects that make up half of the project are Technology & Natural Sciences whereas social sciences will make up only a quarter. The University of Tromso gained a permit to provide international work experience within geosciences to students and the college or university will work to betterment the relevance of the field’s education.

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Norway collaborated with 7 countries for International Educational Cooperation

UiT aims to work on the humanities to improve education on climate change by collaborating with Brazil and India. This project includes in-depth knowledge of different regions in the Himalayas, the Amazon, the Arctic, and South Asia.

This license gratifies the project links to research, education, and works life close together. This will make 20% of the students get work practice after their exchange.

The table mentioned below displays university names and the collaborating countries:

University name

Collaborated with countries For improvement in
NTNU and Norway’s Arctic University The United States, Brazil and China

Technology & Natural Sciences whereas social science

The University of Tromso

Brazil, The United States, and China International work experience within geosciences
Norway’s Arctic University (uit) Brazil and India

Education on Climate change


China and Japan Smart and sustainable infrastructures for the railways & roads
University of Agder India and Canada

Education on technology communication

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