UNIS annual report 2014
26 May 2015
During the past year, UNIS has taken new steps towards achieving its overall goal of being a leading international centre for Arctic studies.
599 students from 44 countries took courses at UNIS in 2014, which represents an increase of more than 100 students compared to the previous year. 51% of the students were women, 49% men. 58 Master’s students worked on UNIS-related Master’s theses during the year.
In 2014, UNIS became a partner of BioCEED Centre of Excellence in Biology Education, which was opened in April. The collaboration between UNIS and the eight universities in mainland Norway was followed up through the action plan that operationalizes the collaboration agreements, and UNIS has in 2014 had major focus on efforts involving quality assurance.