International

The main goal of international cooperation is modernization of educational process and scientific research activities with the aim of successful positioning in the international academic space.

Objectives of international cooperation:

  1. Internalization of educational programs of the Institute;
  2. Joint educational programs with international partners and involvement of foreign students and professionals;
  3. Intensification of research through participation in international programs;
  4. Professional development of language competence.

Directions of international cooperation:

  • Development of educational products for Russian and foreign students, including development of joint educational programs with foreign universities;
  • Export and import of educational services;
  • Development of international academic mobility of students, teachers, researchers and administrative staff;
  • Implementation of educational, scientific, infrastructure and network projects of the Institute with international participation;
  • Involvement of foreign teachers and researchers to educational and research activities;
  • Publication and dissemination of the results of educational and research activities;
  • Development of foreign relations of the institute;
  • Professional development of teachers, researchers and administrative staff and development of global competence of students, teachers and administrative staff;
  • Internationally-oriented information provision of international activities of the Institute.

International Projects and Partners:

Projects

Interantional Partners

Poverty and Survival Strategies in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus (financed by Swedish Institute), 2011 – 2013,

Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Sweden)

Higher Education in the High North:Regional Restructuring through Educational Exchanges and Student Mobility, (financed by NORRUSS programme), 2012 – 2014,

University of Nordland (Norway)

Ageing Healthcare Workers and ICT: Making healthcare workplaces healthy for 50+, (financed by the Research Council of Norway). 2009 – 2012,

University of Nordland (Norway)

The Arctic Change and Elderly Exclusion: A gender-based perspective. (financed by Nordic Council of Ministers’ Arctic Co-operation Programme 2012-14. ). 2012 – 2014,

Unit of Gender Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Lapland (Finland)

Neighborly Asymmetry: Russia and Norway 1814-2014. (financed by the Research Council of Norway). 2008 – 2012

The University of Tromsø, Department of History and Religious Studies (Norway);

The Institute for Defence Studies, Oslo (Norway)

Murman – the coast of hope. (financed by The Norwegian Barents Secretariat, Arts Council Norway). 2010 – 2012

Finland’s National Archive, Helsinki (Finland);

The Provincial museum of Lapland, Rovaniemi (Finland),

University of Tromsø. Department of History and Religious Studies (Norway)

Living in the War: Everyday life in the Barents Area During the Second World War and Aftermath. (financed by The Norwegian Barents Secretariat). 2012 – 2015

University of Tromsø (Norway);

he Museum of Reconstruction in Hammerfest (Norway);

University of Oulu (Finland);

Kemi-Tornio University (Finland)

A Bilateral Maritime History Project «Russian timber – Norwegian ships 1850-1939». 2010-2014.

University of Tromsø (Norway);

University of Agder (Norway);

University of Greenwich

Bilingual Immigrant Children in North Norway: The Norwegian Welfare Society and the Language of Russian-Norwegian Children (BIC) (financed by Tromsø Forskningsstiftelse). 2010 – 2012

University of Tromsø (Norway);

University of Nordland (Norway)

Gender, Sexuality and Power (ReSET Program, OSI, HESP) Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching (ReSET) (financed by Program of HESP/OSI; Research Center for Visual Studies of National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Ukraine) 2011-2013.

University of South Florida, (USA),

University of York, (UK),

University of Jyvaskyla, (Finland)

History Book and Encyclopedia about the Barents Region 2006-2011.

Umeå University (Sweden);

Luleå University of Technology (Sweden);

University of Lapland, Rovaniemi (Finland);

Institute for Sámi Studies, University of Oulu (Finland);

Sámi University College, Sámi Research Institute, Kautokeino (Norway);

University of Tromsø (Norway)

Barents Institute, Kirkenes (Norway).

Updated 11.05.2013