Under the Nordplus Adult Learning Programme 105 applications have been submitted. The interest for Nordplus Adult was clearly increased due to the new possibilities of the Nordplus Framework Programme and Nordic-Baltic cooperation is clearly relevant for many players within the field of adult education.
The circle of this round’s applicants reflects the big variety of players within the field of adult education. Traditional adult education institutions, such as adult education centres, folk high schools etc., as well as companies, research institutions and others are represented amongst the applicants and partners.
Looking at the coordinating organisations, applicants from Finland and Sweden are as in previous years still the most active in Nordplus followed by Denmark and then Lithuania and Estonia.
Applicants are mainly interested in the following topics: validation; development of skills and competencies of staff; second language teaching, integration, socio-cultural skills; cultural heritage, handicraft; consumer education, as well as climate and environment.
Due to the Nordic Council of Ministers' secretariat's decision not to have a deadline, before the online application and reporting system ARS is fully operational again, the autumn deadline for the Nordplus Adult Learning Programme is cancelled.
Next deadline for the Nordplus Adult Learning Programme is planned to be March 1st 2009.
The Nordic Council of Ministers’ programme Nordplus 2012-2016 makes funds available for cooperation within education in the Nordic and Baltic areas. Application deadline is 1 March 2013.
Schools and pre-schools, folk high schools and other institutions and organisations within the field of adult learning, and institutions within the field of Nordic languages, are invited to apply to Nordplus for the...
Over 700 applications were submitted to Nordplus this spring, an increase of 17 per cent compared to 2011. Four out of five Nordplus sub-programmes have received more applications this year than last. The Baltic cou...
Nordic institutions of higher education may apply for funding to develop joint Master's programmes. Each project may be awarded up to 1 000 000 DKK. The deadline for applications is 14. September 2012
The Nordic Council of Ministers has extended the Nordplus programme for the period of 2012-2016. The call for proposals is now available, and the application deadline is the 1st of March 2012.