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Internationalization. April 2012. INTERNATIONALIZATION. International objectives. Participates in the European Area for education , research and innovation Cooperates with Chinese universities and R&D institutions Increased international mobility for students and scientists

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international objectives

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International objectives
  • Participatesin the European Area for education, research and innovation
  • CooperateswithChineseuniversities and R&D institutions
  • Increasedinternationalmobilityfor students and scientists
  • Enhancedinternationalcooperationin researcher training

April 2012

international cooperation main strategic activities

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International cooperation ̶ Main strategicactivities
  • Establishinternationalstrategicalliances
  • Systematicintegrationofresearch, education and innovation in internationalpartnerships

April 2012

international cooperation europe i

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International cooperation– Europe I
  • Takespart in 80+ projects in the 7th EU Framework programme
  • Coordinatesfour EU-projects
  • Awardedfour major projects in basicresearchonbiology and neuroscience from the European Research Council
  • Participatesin sixMarie Curie Initial Training Networks

April 2012

international cooperation europe ii

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International cooperation– Europe II
  • CoordinatesEuropean Palliative Care Research Center
  • Coordinatesthe pan-European reseachinfrastructureECCSEL, a CCS project
  • Participatesin European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM)
  • ParticipatesinEuropean Strategic Partnership for Sustainable Energy Education, Innovation and Technology (SEEIT)
  • Participatesin sixErasmus Munduscommon European master’sdegrees. NTNU coordinatesthedegreein dancescience.

April 2012

international cooperation china

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International cooperation– China
  • MoUswith 25 Chineseuniversities and researchinstitutions
  • Joint Research Center for energy and materials withthreeleadingChineseuniversities
  • Joint Master’sProgrammeswithChineseuniversities
  • Participantin Nordic Center at FudanUniversity

April 2012

international cooperation bilateral

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International cooperation – bilateral
  • More than 350 MoUswithuniversities all over theworld
  • Cooperation withleading Japanese universitiesthroughKyoto International Forum for Energy and Environment (KIFEE)
  • Cooperation onPhD training in energywith MIT
  • Participate from 2012 in Peder Sather Center at UC Berkeley
  • CooperatewithBrazilianuniversities and industryon petroleum research
  • Participate in Nordic Five Tech

April 2012

international student mobility

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International student mobility
  • Ca. 10 % ofNTNU’sstudents arecitizensofothercountries
  • NTNU offers 31 internationalMaster’sdegreeprogrammes
  • Ca. 25 % ofNTNU’s studentsspend time abroad as part oftheirdegreeprogramme

April 2012

international researcher education

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International researchereducation
  • One thirdofNTNU’sPhDcandidatesare from abroad
  • All NTNU’sPhDcandidatesreceiveinternationalexperience as part oftheir training

April 2012

international researcher mobility

INTERNATIONALIZATION

International researchermobility
  • International recruitment is a mainpriority
  • International researchermobilitysupportedthroughEuropean Charter for Researchers, Code ofConduct for theRecruitmentofResearchers, Euraxess Rights, and NTNU’sInternational Researcher Support Office
  • All faculty at NTNU will be activeinternationally, through
    • internationalpublishingchannels
    • internationalprojects and networks
    • staysabroad for research

April 2012

global societal responsibility

INTERNATIONALIZATION

Global societalresponsibility

NTNU participates in programmeswithintegrateddevelopmental goals:

  • NUFU (10 MoUs 2007–2011)
  • NOMA (9 Master’sProgrammes)
  • Norad’s Master Programme for Energy and Petroleum (EnPe)
  • The Norwegian quotaprogramme
  • UN Habitat Partner University
  • Global Health
  • Nepal

April 2012

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