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Research data management at UiT: An introduction

Where: TEO-H1 Rom 1.225
When: 21.10.19 10:15

Canvas for superbrukere - grupper og seksjoner

Where: Skype for Business: https://meet.s1.l.uhad.no/uit/meet/nora.maclaren/W7JTSB07
When: 22.10.19 12:15


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The Centre for the Law of the Sea at UiT lives on

September 1, 2019 marked the six-year anniversary of the 36 million NOK donation by the K.G. Jebsen Foundation that created the K.G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea at UiT. That funding period has come to an end, but the centre will continue as The Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea, at UiT. 

21.06.19

Accelerate your career in International Law at “the top of the world”! 

Promising young researchers within the field of International Law can now apply for the prestigious Marie Skƚodowska-Curie individual fellowship at JCLOS – uniquely located in the Arctic urban research city of Tromsø.

18.01.19

Applications still open for our unique LL.M in Law of the Sea

Be a Master of the Sea! The unique LL.M. in Law of the Sea, offers a pure focus on the Law of the Sea in the context of Arctic legal perspectives and issues. Deadline for Nordic applicants is 15 April. 

26.11.18

New Joint Nordic Master Program in Environmental Law

The need for expertise in Environmental Law is increasing. Starting the autumn of 2019, the Faculty of Law at UiT, is proud to offer international students a brand new and exciting master program in Environmental Law, in collaboration with the University of Uppsala and the University of Eastern Finland.

16.11.18

Polar Law Symposium 2018 in Tromsø In October, the K.G. Jebsen Centre for the Law of the Sea (JCLOS) and the research group for Sami Law at UiT have the honor of hosting the most important conference in the world on Polar Law and Policy – for the first time in Norway.
04.07.18

Wants to map the Arctic ocean through different lenses Her name means "luck", and she feels fortunate to have spent her time as a Fulbright scholar at UiT in Tromsø. At the end of her stay, Onni Irish invites to an interdisciplinary workshop for 5 June that will examine the different ways the Arctic Ocean can be mapped.
28.05.18

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