It is time again. Let´s Talk about Nordplus
Last year we started this campaign, called Let´s talk about Nordplus. For a week in the end of April, we shared information about the Nordplus programme, about the five sub-programmes and we also shared project stories from project managers, teachers, students and other, working with Nordplus projects.
So get ready to talk more about Nordplus. This time around it will start on 24 April – 1 May 2023.
We want to hear from you!
Nordplus projects pay off! Watch the video
Meet Jan Kvist Martinsen and Eva Sørum Poulsen in the video, both associate professors at the Department of Business Development and Technology at Aarhus University, Herning. They know about Nordplus!
Happy New Year and welcome to our first Nordplus Café of the year!
Are you curious about exchanges within the Nordic countries and Baltic states? Are you thinking about applying for a Nordplus grant by 1 February? Then this online Café is just the thing for you!
Participants are very happy but we can do even better, says Nordplus
The Nordplus family is ready to take educational collaboration to the next level. There is a set task ahead of them: the Nordic region will become the most sustainable and integrated region in the world, and Nordplus can – and will – use its widespread roots in its various communities to create results.
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 Network Has Developed a Joint Nordic Master’s Degree
The ABS Network unites researchers, students, and all types of teachers at universities in the Nordic and Baltic countries. They work with atmosphere, biosphere, and climate change – they are not great in numbers and perhaps that is the reason why their network is of great significance