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Two new Nordic Master programmes supported in the 2017 call

Two new Nordic Master programmes receive funding from the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Nordic Master funding instrument which offers funding to joint Nordic programmes at Master’s level.

The maximum grant for each of the funded programmes is 1.5 million Danish Krone (about 200 000 euro).

The new programmes are:

  • Nordic Master in Environmental Law (the collaboration is coordinated by Uppsala University, together with University of Eastern Finland (FI) and University of Tromsø/The Arctic University of Norway (NO))

  • Nordic Master programme in Sustainable Production of Marine Bioresources (the collaboration is coordinated by University of Gothenburg (SE) together with Nord University (NO), University of Akureyri (IS) and Hólar University College (IS))

The Finnish National Agency for Education EDUFI acts as the Nordic Master programme administrator.

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