Nord University Business School

Established in 1985, Nord University Business School has grown continuously and is today the leading educator of management personnel to the business community in Northern Norway.

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Contact one of our student advisers

​International studies/exchange and PhDGrete Ingemann Knudsen​(+47) 755 17677
​International studies/exchange
Sandra Wiik
​(+47) 755 17879
Master in Global Management, International Marketing Bachelor​
Truls Didriksen
(+47) 755 17884
​Master in Accounting and Auditing, Business Administration Bachelor 
​Ellinor Kirkfjell​
​(+47)755 17646
​Preparedness and Emergency Management, Master of Science in Business
Ellen Sirnes
​(+47) 755 17023
​MBAAnita Kransvik 
​(+47) 755 17652



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What is our common arctic?A more sustainable EU-arctic nexus in light of the European green deal, writes High North Center's researcher Andreas Raspotnik. is our common arctic?
Would you like a Master stipend?We announce the support for a master stipend in the range of 25 000 kr individually - 35 000 in relation to the EduSmart Project. you like a Master stipend?
– To make you stay - you should also have something to say– We are talking about human lives. It's just not business and energy. It's the future of humanity and the world.– To make you stay - you should also have something to say
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Workshop on hybrid threats and regional responseHybrid threats has received considerable attention by politicians, in the media, and from academics lately. Nord university arranged a workshop on hybrid threats and regional response in Oslo, 13.-14. October 2021, together with national and international partners in a research consortium. on hybrid threats and regional response