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Norway delegation report

On 4-5 April 2017, a delegation of representatives from five UK institutions and Universities UK International (UUKi) travelled to Oslo.

The delegation’s objectives were to learn about Norwegian experiences of accessing EU research and educational programmes from outside of the EU, the debates the sector has had with politicians and with the public on retaining its relationship with the EU and its advice to the UK sector on negotiating with the EU.

The delegation was organised by the Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions, the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education, the British Council and UUKi. This report provides a summary of meetings and indication of future UUKi activity.

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