The student town of Volda nestles in between deep fjords and high mountains. With its 4500 students and 350 staff/faculty members, Volda University College is one of the largest institutions of higher education between Bergen and Trondheim. Volda is known for its active student environment and the university college is also recognized for top study programs in media and journalism as well as a long tradition in teacher training.
Volda has around 10 000 inhabitants and is a small town in the north west of Norway. It is easy to get there from all the big cities, by plane, bus or car – or one of the ferries that is typical for this part of Norway.
The project works together with the degree program “Master in Media Practice", in which students can specialize and learn how to apply their knowledge in a real-world setting.
The National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA) was established to realize his Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s vision of advancing Thailand’s development through the establishment of an advanced educational institution to prepare people to become agents of change for national development. This has now been expanded to encompass cooperation with other countries.
Our interdisciplinary curriculum fosters creativity, enabling students and alumni to make important contributions to their fields.
At ICO NIDA, all courses are conducted in English. The college has a number of exchange and double-degree programs with partnered universities world-wide.
The project works together with the program “Master of Management”. The topics “social intelligence”, “intercultural awareness” and “change management” are the key elements of the degree course with strong emphasis on the practical application of knowledge.
The University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna has stood for quality and reliable education in the field of economic studies for more than 20 years.
Applied research is a supporting pillar of our university. University teaching is driven by our interdisciplinary research activities that are conducted in cooperation with companies, partners and institutions. This provides practical solutions for the challenges facing business and society in the coming years.
Lifelong learning is important to us and ranges from degree programmes (bachelor's and master's) which find application in a wide variety work settings to academic training programs for professionals.
The city of River Falls, where the campus is located, is just 30 minutes from Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn., so when you’re here, you truly have the best of both worlds – a small, inclusive campus and community plus easy access to all the amenities of a big city. The University of River Falls is part of the University of Wisconsin System and therefore committed to providing all students with an excellent education at an affordable price. That means personalized learning, state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, opportunities for undergraduate research and professional experiences like internships, plus loads of activities and events to make your time on campus and in Wisconsin the best it can be.
Each year, UW-River Falls welcomes over 1,200 new first-year students to campus. When you join the UW-River Falls, you’ll be joining a community full of lively classroom discussions, one-on-one research with faculty and tons of hands-on learning opportunities.
The project works together with the degree course "Stage & Screen Arts". Theater, musicals, improvisation, short movies, documentations and webseries are only part of the degree course with strong emphasis on practical skills.
Two locations in the Rhine-Main area offer over 70 bachelor's and master's degree programs – this is what defines the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences. About 13 600 students study in the faculties of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Design – Computer Science – Media, Applied Social Sciences and Wiesbaden Business School in Wiesbaden, as well as the Faculty of Engineering in Rüsselsheim.
As a university of applied sciences, there is particular emphasis on offering practice-driven education. This goal is achieved by providing campus laboratories, adjunct instructors from industry, practical projects and internship semesters in Germany and abroad, as well as cooperative, part-time and distance learning degree programs.