It has been announced by the European Commission that a new 3 billion Euros is to be provided for the project Horizon 2020, which aims to promote technological creativity to resolve major technological and environmental issues in the era of global industrialization and urbanization.
Norwegian University of Science and Technology is usually compared to Tsinghua University for many Chinese students and researchers. They are both dedicated to academic excellence, the well-being of national Society and global development. On June 19th, Dr. Marius Korsnes, post doctor of NTNU’s Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture and also visiting scholar to the […]
Duke Kunshan University invites applications to fill one faculty position in environmental social science (rank open) to start as early as July 2018 to staff the newly created Environment Research Center and international Master of Environmental Policy (iMEP) program.
Master’s Thesis: “The Travel Behaviour of Chinese International Students in Higher Education in Norway”
The number of international students studying in Norway has increased significantly the last couple of years. In 2016 the number of foreign students in Norway was 25 427, and out of these – 942 were Chinese
Mobility Grants available for Master and Ph.d. students studying Norwegian language or literature (expired)
The Mobility Grant is a grant to support fieldwork in Norway in connection with thesis for Master or Ph.D. in Norwegian language and/or Norwegian literature. The scholarship is awarded for a stay of one to three months at a Norwegian higher education / research institution. How to apply? Click here to read the guidlines and academic requirements for applying. The […]
Professor Hilde Bjørnland, director at the Centre for Applied Macro- and Petroleum economics (CAMP) at The Norwegian Business School (BI), came to Beijing in May to present a paper at Tsinghua PBC School of Finance. Bjørnland has for several years been one of the most well-known and influential economists in Norway. At Tsinghua, she presented […]
Event Summary: Activity in the Chinese real estate sector has deteriorated significantly in 2014, which by itself will have a markedly adverse effect on economic activity in China. But how will the global economy be affected? Which countries and sectors are more vulnerable to a slowdown in China? Monday the 1st of September, NBF and DNB […]
Analyst in DNB Markets Ole Andre Kjennerud on the impact of a slowdown in the Chinese real estate market
NBF and DNB hosted an event the 1st of September, 2014 at the St. Regis Hotel in Beijing. The event featured DNB senior economist Ole Andre Kjennerud who held an intriguing talk on what would happen to the economies of the world in the event of a bubble or slowdown in the Chinese real estate […]
NUPI at the Norwegian Embassy: Norway, Asia and the Global Value Chain & Norway-Russia Relations and the Ukraine Crisis Speakers Ulf Sverdrup, Director at NUPI Julie Wilhelmsen, Senior Researcher at NUPI Date Monday, October 13, 2014 Program 19:00 – 20:00: Presentations and Q&A 20:00 onwards: Dinner at the ambassadors residence Venue The […]
This week, 38 participants from different countries and businesses were gathered at the Embassy to learn more about the rules and regulations regarding Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in China. Arranged by Noralumni and the Norwegian Business Association (NBA), the event offered professional insight and advise, but also a chance to meet and discuss experiences with […]