Safety in the North and emergency preparedness: a new direction of сooperation between NArFU and UiT
Sergei Aksenov, director of the Higher School of Engineering, NArFU visited the University of Tromsø, Arctic University of Norway thanks to the grant from the Barents Plus Program to discuss international cooperation in the field of training specialists in emergency preparedness and response.
On 28-29 November representatives of all Kolarctic-supported projects met in Lulea, Sweden, in the framework of a new period of the Kolarctic CBC–Program. The event was organized by the Kolarctic Managing Authority and its Branch Offices.
During the festival there were discussed many problems on intercultural interaction among young people and problems of foreign students adaptation. Participants also had an opportunity to attended the lecture "Culture shock? Come and talk", poetry readings and presentations of nations and cultures.
In the framework of the recent visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, NArFU representatives participated in a number of important meetings on the prospects of academic cooperation with Vietnamese partners.
On 15 November 2019, in the framework of a visit to the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, NArFU delegation headed by the Rector, Prof. Elena Kudryashova, paid a call to Hanoi University of Business and Technology.
On 12-14 November 2019 Vietnam National University of Forestry hosted celebrations marking the 55th Anniversary of its foundation. Northern Arctic Federal University was the sole Russian invitee to the event. NArFU delegation was headed by the Rector, Prof. Elena Kudryashova, and included Prof. Sergey Koptev, Head of the Department of Silviculture and Forest Management, and Ms.Polina Golomidova, Head of International Students Admission Office.
Northern (Arctic) Federal University invites researchers, PhD-students, and students to take part in the marine research and education expedition in the Arctic.
On November 6, NArFU will launch the international project “De-Concrete: Eco-Efficient Arctic Technologies Cooperation” under the EU-Russia Kolarctic Cross-Border Cooperation Program. A consortium of five partner universities from three countries of the Barents region is faced with the task of developing new technological approaches for the recycling of building waste and proposing solutions for large and medium-sized industrial enterprises to reuse concrete in the production of building materials and the road industry.
NArFU finalizes the EduLAw international project “Development of educational modules on law for teacher training”
3—5 October 2019 Yoshkar-Ola (Republic of Mari El) hosted the international scientific and pedagogical forum "Digital Transformation in Ethnocultural Education: Contemporary Challenges" within the framework of the Erasmus+ project "Development of educational modules on law for teachers training".
Arkhangelsk - Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has established a scholarship program for students of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov. Students studying the impact of digital technology on the development of the nort
Arkhangelsk - Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has established a scholarship program for students of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov. Students studying the impact of digital technology on the development of the northern territories can apply for grants of up to 100,000 rubles.
Head of International Cooperation Department along with director of International Academic Mobility Center took part in Partners Day in Nord University (Norway). Event was taken on a global scale and included 27 universities from 16 countries.
International Project “MARPART: Maritime Preparedness and International Partnership in the High North” Completed
In September 2019 the final 8th conference within the project “MARPART: Maritime preparedness and International Partnership in the High North” took place at Nord University in Bodo, Norway.
NArFU student dorms have been chosen by FAMARB: Facility Management of Residential Buildings in Barents region – a Kolarctic-funded project that seeks to enhance the interaction between industrial sectors and academic and research communities in Scandinavia and Northern Russia for better constructional technologies and life support systems – as a demo site for showcasing and testing of advanced HVAC technologies.
On September 12 NArFU signed a memorandum of understanding with the Vietnam National University of Forestry.
This year NarFU welcomed more than one thousand international students from 50 different countries.
As a traditional part of orientation period for new international students, many newcomers took part in Annual fest Malinova Uima.