The following is the heartening message delivered from the Nordic Center of Fudan University, Shanghai:
The NTNU Alunmi event was successfully held in the Shanghai Peace (He Ping) Hotel on the 15th of December. This event was co-funded and co-hosted primarily by both NTNU-Alumni and the Shanghai Section of NorAlumni China, other collaborating parties include the NBA and the Norwegian General Consulate in Shanghai.
Coming from credible first-hand feedbacks, NorAlumni China’s Beijing Christmas event held last Saturday was nothing short of an astounding success. The event was characterized by good food, an (perhaps over-) abundance of drinks and oh too many pleasant conversations.
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.
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
This upcoming Thursday – July 20th- Beijing’s young professional organizations invite you to join us for refreshing, after- work, summer drinks at Canvas.
Are you, or someone that you know, moving to China to study? We have prepared this Student Guide for students moving to China
The Commercial section of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing/Innovation Norway China’s Beijing office is looking for a new intern to start in August.
On Thursday 6th of July, NorAlumni China hosted a group of 32 bachelor students and their teachers from Hubei Normal University. The event was co-hosted with the China- EU-Industrial and Commercial Investment Promotion Union (ECIPU), and was a part of four day trip the students had to Beijing to learn about how different countries innovate. […]
As an international student or an expat in Beijing it can be hard to find out about events, festivities or just where to go for a good meal if one doesn’t speak Chinese. A good tip could be to look at The Beijinger– an English online/print newsmagazine directed at Beijing’s international community. On The Beijinger you […]