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Nordplus strengthens shared Nordic identity and are flexible and accessible

We are happy to share with you the findings of the Nordplus evaluation report, ordered by The Nordic Council of Ministers and conducted by Ramboll Management.

Call for Applications round 1 February 2022

Welcome to the 5th and last year of the present programme period Nordplus 2018-2022!
The Nordplus programme of the Nordic Council of Ministers invites Nordic and Baltic institutions and organisations working with or involved in education and training to apply for funding in the application round of 2022.

Nordplus project making Halland and Ostrobothnia more attractive

By Kristina Wall at the Swedish Council for Higher Education

Over the last three years, Osbeck upper secondary school in Laholm, Sweden, and Vamia in Vasa, Finland, have participated in a Nordplus project. Students studying hotel and tourism programmes have worked on promoting the visitor industry in Halland and in Ostrabothnia.

Nordplus project turned upper secondary students into climate activists

Young people’s engagement in climate issues is increasing, something YBC upper secondary school has taken note of. YBC has, together with a Swedish and a Danish school, started a three-year project to create a better future.

Big Turnout for Nordplus Seminar on Sustainable Integration Projects

An impressive number of successful Nordplus projects with a focus on integration were presented when Nordplus hosted a virtual integration seminar. This initiative is full of inspiration for future projects across the Nordic and Baltic countries.

Digital Learning: Children in the Nordics face the same challenges

Pedagogues and preschool teachers must develop children’s creativity and ability to create digital content themselves. It is a tough task, and therefore a number of universities, municipalities, folk high schools, pedagogue- and teacher educations, and preschools across all the Nordic countries have joined together.

Nordic Website Offers Deaf Young People New Opportunities

Young Nordic deaf people have gotten their own website. Here they can learn about each other’s cultures, learn about the differences between countries in sign language and become inspired to visit other schools and perhaps go abroad. In fact, they have created most of the content themselves.