Ten Russian students and five students from
The course is a part of the “Pomor III” project that comes to an end this year. Teachers at both institutions are responsible for both planning and teaching, and the syllabus contains both Russian and international literature on social policy. Students will read a collection of articles, ten of them on Russian topics and translated into English.
The students have to write a paper after the first week in Archangelsk, and another – more comprehensive paper – after the next week in Bodø . This last paper will count as their exam.
"After the first week, the enthusiasm is very high among students and teachers," says Asgeir Solstad, the new lead of UArctic's Thematic Network on Social Work. "We really look forward to the next meeting in Bodø."
"Next year we hope that this course can be a part of the University of the