International educational cooperation has been hit hard by the corona pandemic.
Norway and Sri Lanka are working together through the Nor-Lanka-project in order to strengthen the Blue Economy. Diku will fund the project until 2023.
The overall goal of this White Paper, published October 2020, is to contribute to a cultural change in the higher education sector where international student mobility becomes a natural and integral part of all study programmes. Here you will find a summary of the paper.
Artistic Research is practice-based, practice-led research in the arts which has developed rapidly in the last twenty years globally and is a key knowledge base for art education in Higher Arts Education Institutions. The Vienna Declaration is intended as a policy document addressing political decision makers, funding bodies, higher education and research institutions as well as other organisations and individuals catering for and undertaking artistic research.
Diku understands that the corona situation will have a significant impact on the implementation of many of the projects we finance.
International students in Norway find it far easier getting to know other international students than Norwegian students, a new report by Diku shows. It recommends that Norwegian universities do more to endorse exchanges between international and domestic students to advance intercultural learning for their student population as a whole.
The survey has gathered information among international students in Norway. The report presents their motivations for, experiences with and assessments of their studies in Norway.