University of Greenland is situated in the small but bustling capital city of Nuuk.
University of Greenland has about 650 students spread across four institutes:
- Institute of Learning
- Institute of Nursing and Health Research
- Institute of Society, Economics and Jounalism
- Institute of Culture, Language and History
University of Greenland specialises today in the following academic disciplines:
- Health sciences
- Social science
- Social work
- Business economics
- Language, literature and media
- Cultural- and social history
- Translation and interpretation
Guest students are welcome to study at the University of Greenland for a semester.
Please note that master-level exchange students who come through a program such as Nordplus, Erasmus or through a shared bilateral agreement have preference.
The University of Greenland does not offer full-degrees or PhD programs in English.
Facts and figures
|Total Number of Staff||115|
|Number of Academic Staff||60|
|Number of Students||600|
Greenlandic culture and history
Greenlandic political system
Greenlandic literature and media
Health science in the Arctic
Climate and society
|Fields of Study Offered||Teacher training and education science (broad programmes)
Humanities (broad programmes)
Social and behavioural science (broad programmes)
Business and administration (broad programmes)
Law (broad programmes)
Health (broad programmes)
Social services (broad programmes)