North2North is a mobility program within the network University of the Arctic (Uarctic), concerned with education and research in and about the North. The network consist of a number of universities in the north, and the mobility program includes both tuition-free study places and scholarships.

Porträttbild Anna Olsson
Anna Olsson during her North2North exchange semester at Lakehead University, Canada.

Students from all academic areas are welcome to apply. Priority will be given to students enrolled in study programs connected to the focus areas of the North2North program (such as Nordic Tourism, Business management in the north, Environmental/natural/geopolitical issues related to the north, Distance and e-learning, etc). The motivation letter needs to describe the student's interest in or connection to the themes of the North2North program. 


The application deadline is January 15th every year, for exchange studies the upcoming academic year. 

The following supporting documents are required along with the online application:

  • Letter of Motivation - follow the instructions on the North2North website.
  • Transcript of record - download from the Student Portal in English (pdf)

Due to the limited number of North2North exchange places, it is recommened to also apply for exchange studies in the regular MIUN exchange application round to increase your chances to study abroad.

North2North Host Universities

A number of universities in Canada, the United States, Iceland, Norway, Finland, Russia, Greenland, and Faraoe Islands are members of the North2North network.

More information about selection critera and host universities is available on Uarctic.

North2North contact person at MIUN: Maria Fredlund, International Relations Office