For many Indian students and their parents, higher education at a high-quality institution abroad is seen as a useful investment for life. The Nordic (and Baltic) region, in this context, is increasingly emerging as a viable option for Indian students due to the high quality of education and research, the high standard of living, the safety quotient and also for presenting a wide range of opportunities for personal and professional development. There is an increasing demand to know more about Nordic (and Baltic) higher education institutions, the opportunities they provide and how to apply for the programmes. In this context NCI has organised a virtual Higher Education Fair from the 17th to the 19th of November 2021 wherein a series of discipline-specific webinars will be available to an Indian student audience.
The aim of this Fair is to offer a curated audience of Indian students a glimpse of the Nordic (and Baltic) higher education system so that accurate information about the university and programme alongside an opportunity to interact directly with Nordic universities can be availed by a student.
Speakers at this fair include representatives from the University of Eastern Finland, University of Jyvaskyla, University of Helsinki, Tampere University, Linkoping University, Umea University, Aarhus University, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norwegian School of Economics, and the Councillor (Innovation, Research and Higher Education) at the Royal Danish Embassy in New Delhi.