Nordic Cooperation with Russia in Education and Research
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Nordic Cooperation with Russia in Education and Research

This study maps current and planned education and research cooperation that the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) have with Russia. The study includes bilateral, Nordic, regional, intergovernmental and EU levels, but focuses on the bilateral, national level. The study covers all the fields of research and all the educational levels: primary and upper-secondary schools, vocational, higher and adult education. This study is of use on both a national and international level. It serves both readers who wish to obtain an overview of cooperation in bilateral education and research between the Nordic countries and Russia, as well as readers interested in becoming acquainted with the various forms in which Nordic countries cooperate in the fields of education and research with Russia as a whole. This study, commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers, has been carried out by the Aleksanteri Institute, which is the Finnish Centre for Russian and Eastern European Studies at the University of Helsinki.

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This study, commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers, has been carried out by the Aleksanteri Institute, which is the Finnish Centre for Russian and Eastern European Studies at the University of Helsinki. Professor Markku Kivinen, Director of the Aleksanteri Institute, has been the project leader, while Eeva Korteniemi has authored the publication and executed the majority of the research work. Vilja Liikanen and Dilorom Akhmedzhanova (Research Fellow at the European University at Saint Petersburg) assisted in the data collection. Dilorom Akhmedzhanova and Sari Eriksson have shared their views on the development and internationalisation of Russian educational sectors. Special thanks go to them all as well as to Anna Korhonen and Dr Hanna Ruutu at the Aleksanteri Institute for their support and comments throughout the project.