Frequently asked questions regarding the Nordplus Higher education programme.
Frequently asked questions
- Consists of a minimum of three partners from three different Nordplus counties. One of the partners must act as coordinator.
- The coordinator must be a higher education institution authorized/accredited by national authorities.
- Each partner must have a contact person.
- A network is defined as a long-term collaboration between partner institutions comprising of one or several activities, i.e. mobility, intensive courses, development projects and joint study programmes.
- A project partnership is a time-limited (max 3 years) collaboration between partner institutions around a thematically defined project.
- Student and teacher mobility.
- Intensive courses.
- Joint study programmes.
- Development projects within higher education including curriculum development.
- Establishment of new networks and for meetings of academic staff for the development of established networks.
- Costs for travel, board and lodging.
- Rent for meeting premises and equipment.
- Fees for external lecturers/experts.
- Administrative costs up to 5 percent of the used mobility grant. For project activities unit costs are used.
- Overhead costs, not connected to the Nordplus project.
- Possessions (computers, software, other equipment).
- Costs for non-Nordic and non-Baltic participants (if necessary, costs for external lecturers/experts can be accepted e.g. in intensive courses).
- Costs for activities outside the Nordic-Baltic region.
- The grants are allocated to the network coordinator.
- The network decides internally how the grant is distributed among the partners.
- The distribution of the grant should be based on actual costs.