Guidelines and tools for responsible international knowledge cooperation
The guidelines provide an overview of laws and regulations that the Norwegian research and education sector must adhere to, and they highlight key considerations and procedures for faculty, and for institutional leadership and administration. The guidelines offer tools for managing risks and enhancing security in international academic cooperation.
Students at Risk supports students who due to their human rights’ activism, are «at risk» of being formally or de facto denied educational or other rights in their home country.
Arctic Research and Studies shall encourage cooperation between higher education institutions and research organisations in Norway and Iceland in the field of Arctic science.
Academic communities with the status 'Centre for Excellence in Education' demonstrate excellence in teaching and education, and develop innovative practices in education. The ambition of the prestigious national initiative is to foster excellent research-based education.
Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation (NORPART) supports long-term academic collaboration and mutual student mobility between higher education institutions in Norway and selected partner countries in the Global South.
The objective of the INTPART programme is to develop world-class research and education in Norway through long-term international cooperation.
UTFORSK is a program that provides funding for educational collaboration between Norwegian higher education institutions and partners in Brazil, Canada, India, Japan, China, South Africa, South Korea, and the USA.
The guidelines provide an overview of laws and regulations that the Norwegian research and education sector must adhere to, and they highlight key considerations and procedures for faculty, and for institutional leadership and administration
The Project catalogue give access to data from international education projects managed by The Directorate for Higher Education and Skills from year 2007
The Project Databank provides access to figures and statistics related to projects funded by the Research Council from 2004 onwards
The evaluation covers the program period from 2015 to 2020 and also provides recommendations for the new program period (2022 to 2026)
In a world where democracy is being threatened by the accelerated loss of local journalism, it is not uncommon for communities to be left with fake news and polarizing biases. The need for journalists who can understand global challenges and extrapolate these into local contexts is now more relevant than ever. The University of Bergen (UiB), the American University (AU), and the Nordic Press Center in Washington (NPC) have partnered up to tackle these challenges through the BRIJ project.
Students visiting the studio at TV2
Foto: SUJO, UiB
NorBra 2025 offers an exciting opportunity for students who are interested in tackling the challenges associated with human, organisms, and ecosystem health.
Group of students at the OneHealth school in Stavanger in December 2022
Foto: Daniela M. Pampanin
The LEMS project offers a valuable insight into the far-reaching effects of the collaborative NORPART programme on individuals, institutions, and the accessibility of information and culture in a multilingual setting.
Water and sanitation are crucial to human health, but in many parts of the world, access to these basic necessities remains a challenge. Sub-Saharan Africa is particularly affected. The ALL4WASH project aims to address this challenge by bringing together academic institutions across Africa and Europe to confront the local and global challenges of water supply and sanitation through cooperation.