The EnCHiL Nordic Master Programme. Practicalities
Next application deadline is January 31, 2021 for non-EU/EA students or April 15, 2021 if you are an EU/EEA student. The programme starts in the fall semester only.
Important dates in the procedure
- If you are a student from a non-EU/EEA country:
1 December – 31 January: send us your application using the AUI online application portal. You can expect a letter of admission or rejection from the admissions office by mid-April.
- If you are a student from a EU/EEA country:
1 December – 15 April: send us your application using the AUI online application portal. You can expect a letter of admission or rejection from the admissions office by mid-May.
In Iceland, all Icelandic and foreign university students at are required to pay annual registration fee of 85.000 ISK. In Finland all university students have to pay annual student union fee of 103 EUR. In both Finland and Sweden students from outside the EU/EEA area have to pay an annual tuition fee which can vary between 11.000 to 27.000 EUR depending on programme, university and country; but in Iceland no tuition fees are charged from international students.
Since all EnCHiL students will be jointly registered at UH:AUI or LU:AUI, the universities have reached the following agreement:
Annual fee consisting of ½ of the normal annual registration fee at AUI and the UH student union fee for those who have UH:AUI as joint registration (currently ≈ 300 EUR and ± 103 EUR)
An annual flat-rate tuition fee of 9.000 EUR, which includes all the registration and student union fees.
For general questions about the EnCHiL Nordic Master.
Enquiries should be directed to email@example.com
In the programme – handbook for students
For general questions about the EnCHiL Nordic Master enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Strengths and Research Exellence
The EnCHiL consortium is formed by three main partners and four associated partners. The academic strengths and research excellence of the main partners (Agricultural University of Iceland, University of Helsinki and Lund University) provide a very strong technical and scientific foundation, as well as a unique Arctic experience that will deepen the students’ understanding and knowledge about high latitudes, as well……..
Agricultural Univ of Iceland
University of Helsinki
The Programme is funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers