The Nordic Centre in India (NCI) is a consortium of leading universities and research institutions in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Established in 2001 with the objective to facilitate cooperation in research and higher education between the Nordic countries and India, NCI facilitates and supports a wide range of study and research activities in India and in the Nordic countries.
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NCI supports mobility in higher education between Nordic members and Indian partners through its summer programmes, semester programmes, internship programmes, and customised programmes for member university students.
NCI assists member university researchers in networking and finding partners in the Indian higher education and research landscape. Furthermore, NCI provides practical assistance for member university academic events in India.
NCI works towards increasing member university visibility in India so as to support member university recruitment efforts in India to attract the best Indian talent to Nordic HEIs for masters and doctoral programmes as well as faculty level positions.