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About Nordplus

The Nordplus Programme offers financial support to a variety of educational cooperation between partners in the area of lifelong learning from the eight participating countries in the Baltic and Nordic regions.

Main objectives of Nordplus 2012 – 2016:

The programme serves as a tool:

  • To strengthen and develop Nordic educational cooperation and contribute to the establishment of a Nordic-Baltic educational region
  • To support, develop, draw benefit from and disseminate innovative products and processes in education through the systematic exchange of experiences and best practice
  • To contribute to the development of quality and innovation in the educational systems for lifelong learning in the participating countries by means of educational cooperation, as well as cooperating with workplaces, about development projects, exchanges and building of networks
  • To promote Nordic languages and culture, as well as mutual Nordic-Baltic linguistic and cultural understanding
  • Strengthen the language comprehension for the Nordic languages, especially among children and youth, primarily for Danish, Swedish and Norwegian
  • Encourage the interest in, knowledge of, and understanding of the Nordic languages.

Nordplus consists of the following sub-programmes:

The total yearly Nordplus budget is approximately 9 million EURO.

Attending countries

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Iceland
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Norway
  • Sweden

Contact

AALAND

AALAND

Ålands Landskapsregering, utbildnings- och kulturavdelningen

Självstyrelsegården P.O. Box 1060
AX-22111 Mariehamn
AALAND

Telefon: +358 (0)18 25 000
Fax: +358 (0)18 19155

DENMARK

DENMARK

Danish Agency for Higher Education (UI)

Bredgade 43,
DK-1260 Copenhagen K
DENMARK

Telefon: +45 3395 1200
Fax: +45 3395 7001

ESTONIA

ESTONIA

Sihtasutus Archimedes – Archimedes Foundation

Koidula 13a
Tallinn 10125
ESTONIA

Telefon: +37 26 97 92 18
Fax: +37 26 97 92 26

FAEROE ISLANDS

FAEROE ISLANDS

Altjóða Skrivstovan - International Office

P.O. Box 272
FO-110 Tórshavn
FAEROE ISLANDS

Telefon: +298 322065
Fax: +298 352501

FINLAND

FINLAND

CIMO - Centre for International Mobility

P.O. Box 343
FI-00531 Helsinki
FINLAND

Telefon: +358 (0) 295 338 500
Fax: +358 (0) 9 753 1122

GREENLAND

GREENLAND

Nordic Institution in Greenland/NAPA

P.O. Box 770
3900 Nuuk
GREENLAND

Telefon: +299 32 47 33
Fax: +299 32 57 33

ICELAND

ICELAND

Icelandic Center for Research - Rannis

Laugavegi 13
101 Reykjavík
ICELAND

Telefon: +354 515 5800
Fax:

LATVIA

LATVIA

State Education Development Agency - Valsts izglītības attīstības aģentūra

Vaļņu iela 1
Rīga LV-1050
LATVIA

Telefon: +371 67814322
Fax: +371 67814344

LITHUANIA

LITHUANIA

Education Exchanges Support Foundation – Švietimo mainų paramos fondas

Rožių al. 2,
LT-03106 Vilnius
LITHUANIA

Telefon: +370 85 212 3364
Fax: +370 85 249 7137

NORWAY

NORWAY

The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education - SIU

P.O. Box 1093 Sentrum
N-5811 Bergen
NORWAY

Telefon: +47 55 30 38 00
Fax: +47 55 30 38 01

SWEDEN

SWEDEN

Swedish Council for Higher Education

Box 45093
104 30 Stockholm
SWEDEN

Telefon: +46 (0) 10 470 03 00
Fax: +46 (0) 10 470 03 01

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Nordic and Baltic educational cooperation starts with Nordplus!

Nordplus is the Nordic Council of Ministers' most important programme in the area of lifelong learning. More than 10,000 people in the Nordic and Baltic region benefit from it every year.

next event

Main application deadline
The main application deadline for all Nordplus programmes is 02 March 2015.

CALLS

Proposals for preparatory visits

Grants for visits in preparation of Nordplus Junior and Nordplus Adult applications are now being called. Deadline is 1st of October 2014.

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NEWS

10.5 million euros for the projects of 2014

Read about the results of the Nordplus application round of 2014 

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Tough competition in 2014's application round

This year more than 3700 institutions competed for the available Nordplus funds.

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