NORDPLUS HORIZONTAL

 

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Promoter:

Nordic Cooperation between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden

Recipients:

Pupils, Adult Learners, Young people, Teachers, trainers, other educational staff, Youth workers

Funding Scheme:

Nordic Cooperation Fund

Objective:

To support cross-sectoral network and project activities, to support innovative projects spanning traditional categories and sectors, which can tackle new, different, broader or more complex issues and challenges, to support project and network activities that aim to contribute to the development of quality and innovation in the educational systems for lifelong learning in the participating countries.

Description:

NORDPLUS Horizontal supports innovative projects spanning from traditional categories and sectors to new, different, broader or more complex issues and challenges. It is funded by the Nordic Cooperation between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, aiming to achieve results that contribute to a dynamic development and increase Nordic competencies and competitiveness. The programme targets all institutions and organisations which have education and lifelong learning as their main objective, but also Pupils, Adult Learners, Young people, Teachers, trainers, other educational staff, Youth workers, involving them in different kind of projects. NORDPLUS Horizontal funds work placements, job-shadowing, participation in course or seminar, work camps, language classes, school stays in the Nordic Region and in some borders countries such as Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia. The areas of co-operation are: culture, leisure and media; economy, business and working life; education and research; environment and nature; legislation and justice; the Nordic region and the surrounding world; welfare and gender equality. The specific objectives of the Nordplus Horizontal Programme are: to support cross-sectoral network and project activities; to support innovative projects spanning traditional categories and sectors, which can tackle new, different, broader or more complex issues and challenges; to support project and network activities that aim to contribute to the development of quality and innovation in the educational systems for lifelong learning in the participating countries. Applications must be submitted by institutions, organisations or bodies in the eight participating countries. Applications may include participants from other countries. Individuals may not apply for grants directly from the Nordplus administration, but they may take part in activities organised by an organisation or institution.

Information:

Swedish Council for Higher Education, Box 45093, 104 30 Stockholm, Sweden, Tel. +46 (0) 10 470 03 00, Email: registrator@uhr.se

 

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