NORDIC MASTER

The Nordic Master (NM) is the Nordic Council of Ministers’ funding programme, which offers financing for joint Nordic Master’s programmes based on research, excellence and high quality. Master’s Programmes are executed by universities from at least three different Nordic countries or their autonomous regions. Participating students are welcome from all over the world.

The programme aims towards high-standard Master’s Degrees, providing good career opportunities and networks, internationalising higher education, and developing collaboration between higher education institutions, industry and the labour market in the Nordic region. NM is administered by the Centre for International Mobility CIMO, Finland.



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Experiences from the Nordic Master programme in Youtube

Interested in hearing the participants views on the Nordic Master programme? Visit our Youtube channel to learn more.

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FOR STUDENTS


Interested in studying and living in the Nordic countries?


Watch our experience videos in Youtube: Nordic Master - Official channel, to find out about life and study environment in the Nordic countries and studying in a joint programme.


To find out more about your possibilities, get acquainted with the information about the Nordic Master programmes as well as studying and living in the Nordic countries from the link below.



For Universities

Is your university interested in creating a joint Master’s programme with its Nordic partner universities?

Access the information about your possibilities and get practical advice on setting up a joint Master’s programme from the link below.



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