How to register for courses in Nuuk

To apply for courses in the Arctic Science Study Programme (ASSP), please complete the “Student Information” form below. After submitting the completed form you will receive an e-mail with details on how to proceed with register for the courses and other practical information.

The ASSP offers graduate (masters) and PhD level courses. The courses in spring and autumn each form two full semester (30 ECTS). Applicants applying for a full semester are given priority, however, it is possible to apply for single courses. You can find more information about the courses under Arctic Science Study Programme (ASSP).

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Please check your Junk e-mail folder if you have not received the e-mail with instructions within 1 hour of submitting the completed form. If a problem persists, please write an e-mail directly to the ASSP coordination team ASSP@natur.gl
 

About GCRC

Community Collaborations

 

Working together

At the Greenland Climate Research Centre it is very important that our activities are of relevance to Greenlandic society – from small communities to larger towns – as well as to industry and resource management institutions. As we develop new research projects, we closely communicate and collaborate with industry, management and local community partners. We recognize the value of local and indigenous knowledge and the importance of community-based research.
Working hand in hand with Greenlandic citizens, local hunters and the commercial fishing industries, we seek to understand and provide insights into the past, present and future use of natural resources. By combining natural science, social science, indigenous and local knowledge, our work takes a holistic approach to help us better understand the natural environment and the interactions between people and their surroundings.

 

Friendships throughout the Arctic

Local hunters are deploying long lines for Greenland Halibut

Longtime collaborator Mamarut Kristiansen from Qaaanaaq looking out for narwhales

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