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PhD fellowship to develop sedimentary ancient DNA methods

The position

A PhD position is available at The Arctic University Museum, The Arctic University Museum of Norway and Academy for Fine Arts. The appointed PhD Fellow will be based in the Tromsø Ecosystem Genomics research group and have their daily workplace at The Arctic University Museum of Norway.

You must be able to start in the position within a reasonable time, within 6 months after receiving the offer.

The position is for a period of four years. The nominal length of the PhD program is three years. The fourth year is distrubuted as 25 % each year, and will consist of teaching and other duties for the Arctic University Museum.

The objective of the position is to complete research training to the level of a doctoral degree. Admission to a PhD programme is a prerequisite for employment, and the programme period starts on commencement of the position. The PhD candidate shall participate in the faculty’s organized research training, and the PhD project shall be completed during the period of employment. Information about the application process for admission to the PhD programme, application form and regulations for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor
(PhD) are available here.

The position’s field of research

Ancient DNA extracted from sediments and other environmental sources is an emerging and fast-moving field that has the potential to revolutionize our ability to reconstruct past communities at unprecedented temporal resolution.

However, computational methods for processing, identifying, and analyzing total ancient DNA from sediments are still rudimentary.

The goal of the position is to therefore develop novel bioinformatic methods for the optimal processing of metagenomic sequence data generated from complex and degraded biological remains.

The project will use a combination of published and recently generated data sets from lake, cave, permafrost, and archaeological sites across the Pleistocene and Holocene of Europe, Asia, and North America, as well as simulated data sets to test and verify the developed methods.

You will gain expertise in bioinformatics, metagenomics, ancient DNA/palaeogenomics, molecular biology, palaeoecology, and analysis of large genomic data sets.

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 Contact

For more information, please contact Associate Professor Peter Heintzman:

 We offer

  • A good academic environment with dedicated colleagues 
  • Flexible working hours and a state collective pay agreement 
  • Pension scheme through the state pension fund 

More practical information for working and living in Norway can be found here: Welcome to UiT!

 Qualifications

The candidate should have:

  • Masters degree (or equivalent) in the biological or computational sciences, preferably in one of the following fields: Palaeogenomics; Molecular Biology; Bioinformatics.
  • Basic knowledge of a programming language (e.g. Python).

It will be candidate’s advantage to have:

  • Knowledge of advanced laboratory techniques, such as DNA library preparation, target enrichment, and Illumina sequencing.
  • Experience with processing Illumina sequencing data.
  • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of a programming language (e.g. Python).
  • An interest in, and basic systematic knowledge of, a taxonomic group, such as mammals, birds, or insects (but not restricted to these).

It is expected that the candidate demonstrates:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
  • Self-motivation, enthusiasm, independence, and a strong and creative problem-solving ability.
  • Ability to collaborate and work comfortably in international teams.
  • Strong work ethic and commitment to the job.

Documented knowledge of English as stated here is required.

Emphasis will be put on the candidates potential for research, motivation and personal suitability for the position. 

The position requires admission to the Faculty’s PhD programme. Information about requirements is available here.

 Application

The application must be submitted electronically via www.jobbnorge.no and shall include:

  • Cover letter explaining your motivation and research interests 
  • CV
  • Diplomas, diploma supplements and transcripts (all degrees)
  • Documentation on English proficiency. This website states how English profiency shall be documented.
  • Contact information to 1-3 references
  • Master thesis, and any other academic works 
  • Project description, this should be related to the project theme “Optimizing methods for the processing of sedimentary ancient DNA data” (1 page), written in English

The documentation has to be in English or a Scandinavian language.Edvard Kristiansen

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 General information

The appointment is made in accordance with State regulations and guidelines at UiT. At our website, you will find more information for applicants.

As many as possible should have the opportunity to undertake organized research training. If you already hold a PhD or have equivalent competence, we will not appoint you to this position.

A shorter period of appointment may be decided when the PhD Fellow has already completed parts of their research training programme or when the appointment is based on a previous qualifying position PhD Fellow, research assistant, or the like in such a way that the total time used for research training amounts to three years.

Remuneration for the position of PhD Fellow is in accordance with the State salary scale code 1017. A compulsory contribution of 2 % to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund will be deducted.

A good work environment is characterized by diversity. We encourage qualified candidates to apply, regardless of their gender, functional capacity or cultural background. UiT will emphasize making the necessary adaptations to the working conditions for employees with reduced functional ability.

We process personal data given in an application or CV in accordance with the Personal Data Act (Offentleglova). According to Offentleglova information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure. You will receive advance notification in the event of such publication, if you have requested non-disclosure.

UiT – Developing the high north

UiT is a multi-campus research university in Norway and the northernmost university of the world. Our central location in the High North, our broad and diverse research and study portfolio, and our interdisciplinary qualities make us uniquely suited to meet the challenges of the future. At UiT you can explore global issues from a close-up perspective.

Credibility, academic freedom, closeness, creativity and commitment shall be hallmarks of the relationship between our employees, between our employees and our students and between UiT and our partners.

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Deadline

20th December 2020

Post expires on Sunday December 20th, 2020

PhD Fellow in Law

The position

The Faculty of Law has a vacant position for applicants who wish to obtain the degree of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD). The position is affiliated with the Norwegian Centre for the Law of the Sea (NCLOS).

The workplace is at UiT in Tromsø. You must be able to start in the position in Tromsø within a reasonable time.

The Faculty of Law has about 950 law students, 25 PhD fellows, 35 members of the academic staff and 15 members of the administrative staff. The Faculty may award the degrees of Master and PhD in Law as well as the degrees of Master of Laws (LL.M.) in the Law of the Sea and Joint Nordic Master`s Programme in Environmental Law.

NCLOS have a staff of 20 – 25 employees; academic staff and PhD fellows. The Centre is located at the Faculty of Law, providing for close contact and collaboration between the staff. The Centre also has an extensive national and international academic network. For more information on the Centre, see our website: www.uit.no/lawofthesea

The appointment is for a period of four years. The nominal length of the PhD program is three years. The fourth year, distributed with 25% each year, will consist of teaching and other duties for the Faculty of Law.

The objective of the position is to complete research training to the level of a doctoral degree. Admission to the PhD programme in Law is a prerequisite for employment, and the programme period starts on commencement of the position. The PhD fellow shall participate in the faculty’s organized research training, and the PhD project shall be completed during the period of employment.

Field of research

The primary objective of NCLOS is to assess how and to what extent the law of the sea and ocean governance foster or can foster resilient and sustainable oceans in light of the challenges to the oceans and the legal framework. The objective is to be addressed through analysing several hypotheses, including the contentions that the logic of sovereignty and common interests and the governance of oceans commons both need reassessment.

NCLOS seeks candidates for one PhD position on either of these themes:

  • law of the sea and space
  • ocean commons
  • sovereignty at sea
  • governance models

The chosen candidate must be willing to adapt her/his project description to the ongoing research activities at the Centre.

 Contact

For further information about the position, please contact Professor Tore Henriksen:

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 Qualifications

The applicants must have a five years Master’s degree in Law or Cand. jur. with good grades. The Faculty may accept equivalent education in law from foreign universities.

The successful applicants must fulfil the requirements for admission to the Faculty’s PhD programme. Applicants who meet the grade requirement (including the master’s thesis) with an average of B or equivalent, are normally qualified unless the project description is unsatisfactory. Consideration may also be given to any previously published works, progression in studies, and an extensive master’s thesis with good results, if the applicant does not have a straight B grade average. In the same way, emphasis can be placed on whether the applicant has experience of special significance for the implementation of the PhD project.

Documented proficiency in English language as stated here is required.

The applicants must present a description outlining the academic basis of the PhD project. The project description shall not exceed 10 pages, literature references included. It shall include a description of the theme, research question(s) and a reasoning of the choices. It shall also indicate the methodologies to be used.

The applicant may be asked to supplement the description.

Emphasis will be put on the candidate’s potential for research, motivation and personal suitability for the position.

The applicants must understand Norwegian or commit himself/herself to participate in the Norwegian Language Courses held by the UiT at the outset of the employment.

 Application

Your application must include:

  • Cover letter explaining your motivation and research interests 
  • CV
  • Diplomas, diploma supplements and transcripts (all degrees)
  • Documentation of English language proficiency
  • Contact information to 1-3 references, reference letters
  • Master thesis, and any other academic works 
  • Project description (max 10 pages)

The documentation has to be in English or a Scandinavian language. We only accept applications sent via www.jobbnorge.no.

 We offer

  • A good academic environment with dedicated colleagues 
  • Flexible working hours and a state collective pay agreement 
  • Pension scheme through the state pension fund 

More practical information for working and living in Norway can be found here: Welcome to UiT!

 General information

The appointment is made in accordance with State regulations and guidelines at UiT. At our website, you will find more information for applicants.

As many as possible should have the opportunity to undertake organized research training. If you already hold a PhD or have equivalent competence, we will not appoint you to this position.

A shorter period of appointment may be decided when the PhD Fellow has already completed parts of their research training programme or when the appointment is based on a previous qualifying position PhD Fellow, research assistant, or the like in such a way that the total time used for research training amounts to three years.

Remuneration for the position of PhD Fellow is in accordance with the State salary scale code 1017. A compulsory contribution of 2 % to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund will be deducted.

A good work environment is characterized by diversity. We encourage qualified candidates to apply, regardless of their gender, functional capacity or cultural background. UiT will emphasize making the necessary adaptations to the working conditions for employees with reduced functional abilit

We process personal data given in an application or CV in accordance with the Personal Data Act (Offentleglova). According to Offentleglova information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure. You will receive advance notification in the event of such publication, if you have requested non-disclosure.

UiT – Developing the high north

UiT is a multi-campus research university in Norway and the northernmost university of the world. Our central location in the High North, our broad and diverse research and study portfolio, and our interdisciplinary qualities make us uniquely suited to meet the challenges of the future. At UiT you can explore global issues from a close-up perspective.

Credibility, academic freedom, closeness, creativity and commitment shall be hallmarks of the relationship between our employees, between our employees and our students and between UiT and our partners.

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Deadline

13th December 2020

Post expires on Sunday December 13th, 2020

PhD Fellow in Plant Molecular Biology

The position

At the Department of Computer Science a position is available for a Postdoctoral research fellow with the Arctic Green Computing (AGC) research group and the Arctic Centre for Sustainable Energy (ARC). The position is available for three years.

The position is a fixed term position for a duration of 3 years. Appointment to the position of Postdoctoral Research Fellow is mainly intended to provide qualification for work in top academic positions. It is a prerequisite that the applicant is able to carry out the project over the full course of the employment period. No person may hold more than one fixed-term position as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the same institution.

The Department of Computer Science provides an active international research environment with 18 tenured faculty members, 4 adjunct professors, 6 post-doctors and researchers, 8 technical/administrative staff members and about 28 PhD students from different countries. The goal of the Department is to advance the research and teaching of Computer Science as a discipline, to demonstrate leadership within our areas of interest, and to contribute to society through our education, research, and dissemination

The position will additionally be assigned to related work for UiT in an amount equivalent to a maximum 25 % of a full-time employment.

The working hours shall primarily be utilized for research, research-related activities and research administration. The research fellow is expected to participate professionally within the department with occasional advice of students, presentations for faculty and students, laboratory assignments, etc., totaling up to 20 % of the position. The position will not include regular teaching assignments.

The Arctic Green Computing (AGC)

The Arctic Green Computing (AGC) research group aims at addressing energy efficiency, system complexity, and dependability across mobile, embedded, and datacenter systems. The group’s current research interests include (energy-) efficient, high-performance computing (Green HPC) and scalable, efficient artificial intelligence (Green AI). The group was a work-package leader in EU FP7 ICT project EXCESS on energy-efficient computing systems (2013-2016) and is PI and Co-PI of several national research projects funded by the Research Council of Norway (NFR) through prestigious funding programs such as FRIPRO Young Research Talents, Research Infrastructure and IKTPLUSS ICT Initiative. The group is a member of EU network of excellence HiPEAC and has international collaboration with prestigious institutions in EU and USA (e.g., Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California – Berkeley).

The Arctic Centre for Sustainable Energy (ARC)

In 2016, UiT established the Arctic Center for Sustainable Energy (ARC), an interdisciplinary center focusing on Arctic challenges and conditions within renewable energy and greenhouse gas management. The center combines expertise in computer science, physics, humanities, chemistry, social sciences, applied mathematics, marine biology, and electrical engineering. The initiative will permeate the university in its entirety and will strengthen existing research activities at UiT within the scope of the center.

The project/position’s field of research

The postdoc position is attached to the research project Efficient Machine Learning-Enhanced Modeling and Simulation on Exascale Architectures (EMLEMS) and will be involved in national project eX3 – Experimental Infrastructure for Exploration of Exascale Computing funded by the Research Council of Norway.

This postdoc project aims at improving the efficiency and performance of scientific modeling and simulations on exascale architectures through machine learning-enabled adaptivity, providing scalable, robust solutions with guaranteed accuracy in the least amount of time. Adaptivity is essential to increase the automation of the modeling and simulation workflow and to address the growing complexity of applications and architectures. Exascale architectures rely on intricate interplay between thousands of heterogeneous processing nodes, each with a large number of cores, accelerators, memory types, and sophisticated interconnects. As a result, choosing optimal algorithms and implementations is highly application- and architecture-dependent. This project will investigate the opportunities of: 

  • leveraging scientific machine learning (SciML) in developing new algorithms, data layouts, and implementations that dynamically optimize the use of computational resources of exascale architectures, and
  • leveraging high-performance scientific computing (HPC) in developing scalable and efficient machine learning training algorithms on exascale architectures.

Smart power systems with renewable energy will be an application domain in this project.

All candidates must submit a statement of their vision for how they will strengthen these research activities within the center.

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Contact

Further information about the position is available by contacting

For administrative questions, please contact the Department’s administration; phone +47 77 64 40 36, email: administrasjon.ifi@nt.uit.no.

Qualifications

Qualification requirements for the position as Postdoctoral Fellow 1352

Norwegian doctoral degree in subject area concerned or a corresponding foreign doctoral degree recognised as equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree, or competence at a corresponding level documented by academic work of the same scope and quality
 
This position requires:

  • The successful candidate will have a publication record that documents solid knowledge in computer science. We are looking for candidates who have demonstrated increased scientific maturity in their selection of issues, application of methods, and documentation of results. Research results should be backed by thorough experiments and analysis.
  • The successful candidate should have a keen interest in at least one of the following topics: (energy-) efficient high-performance computing, scalable machine learning, concurrent data-abstractions and algorithms, programming systems, and run-time systems. Experience of modeling/simulations for smart power grids or partitioned global address space (PGAS) programming is a plus.
  • An appointment as a postdoctoral research fellow requires a Norwegian doctoral degree in the subject area concerned or a corresponding foreign doctoral degree recognized as equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree. 
  • Applicants should have a good command in English.

During the assessment emphasis will be put on the candidates potential for research, motivation and personal suitability for the position and the suitability of the research proposal for the EMLEMS project

If you’re at the final stages of your PhD, you are also qualified to apply. Qualification as PhD is required before commencement in the position. You should have dissertated before the preferred start-up date of the position. If you are in the process of completing your PhD, you must document that you have submitted your PhD thesis by the application deadline and attach a statement from your supervisor concerning termination of your PhD studies.

At UiT we put emphasis on the quality, relevance and significance of the research work and not on where the work is published, in accordance with the principles of The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA).

UiT wishes to increase the proportion of females in academic positions. In cases where two or more applicants are found to be approximately equally qualified, female applicants will be given priority.

We offer

  • Involvement in an interesting research project
  • A good academic environment with dedicated colleagues
  • Excellent career opportunities
  • Good welfare arrangements for employees
  • Good arrangements for pension, insurance and loans in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

The UiT campus is located near the centre of Tromsø, a vibrant city located in Northern Norway with approximately 75 000 inhabitants. The city is surrounded by the stunning landscape of Northern Scandinavia. The location also offers ample opportunities for e.g., sighting aurora, hiking and skiing.

Remuneration of Postdoctoral Fellow positions are in salary code 1352. The starting salary is at a minimum 43 500 NOK/month in 2019, normally starting on salary grade 59 on the pay scale for Norwegian state employees corresponding to approx. There is a 2 % deduction for contribution to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund. In addition, UiT pays 12 % directly to the pension fund on top of the salary.

Application

The application must be submitted electronically via www.jobbnorge.no and shall include:

  • Application letter
  • CV
  • Diplomas and transcripts (all degrees)
  • Written references
  • Contact information to 2-3 references
  • Project proposal
  • A list of your academic production
  • Description of your academic production, stating which works you consider most important
  • Academic works, up to ten. The doctoral thesis is regarded as one work.
     

You must submit a research proposal (3-5 pages) that describe how you scientifically can contribute to (the project/described field of research). The proposal must include a progress plan.

The documentation must be in English or a Scandinavian language. We only accept applications sent via www.jobbnorge.no.

General information

The appointment is made in accordance with State regulations and guidelines at UiT. At our website, you will find more information for applicants. 

The successful candidate must be willing to get involved in the ongoing development of their department and the university as a whole.

A good work environment is characterized by diversity. We encourage qualified candidates to apply, regardless of their gender, functional capacity or cultural background. UiT and will emphasize making the necessary adaptations to the working conditions for employees with reduced functional ability

According to the Norwegian Freedom and Information Act (Offentleglova) information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure.

More practical information for working and living in Norway can be found here: Welcome to UiT!

UiT – Developing the high north

UiT is a multi-campus research university in Norway and the northernmost university of the world. Our central location in the High North, our broad and diverse research and study portfolio, and our interdisciplinary qualities make us uniquely suited to meet the challenges of the future. At UiT you can explore global issues from a close-up perspective.

Credibility, academic freedom, closeness, creativity and commitment shall be hallmarks of the relationship between our employees, between our employees and our students and between UiT and our partners.

Read the job decription at the university homepage

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Deadline

30th November 2020

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in in biostatistics: Social transmission of biomarkers, lifestyle and health

The position

At the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Department of Community Medicine a full-time position as Postdoctoral Fellow  is available for a periode of three (3) years.

Appointment to the position of Postdoctoral Research Fellow is mainly intended to provide qualification for work in top academic positions. It is a prerequisite that the applicant is able to carry out the project over the full course of the employment period. No person may hold more than one fixed-term position as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the same institution.  

The project

The main objective of the project is to study how biomarkers, lifestyle and health spread in social networks. The hypothesis is that related individuals have more similar biomarker profiles than unrelated individuals, and that this may be explained by social transmission of lifestyle factors.

We will use data from the Fit Futures youth cohort study, including detailed mapping of social network, physical measurements and a variety of blood biomarkers. The project will focus on developing social network models and methods for the analysis of how phenotypes may spread and change over time within social networks.

The Postdoctoral Fellow will be part of a multidisciplinary team including colleagues in biostatistics, epidemiology, medicine, molecular biology and computer science.

Contact

The contact persons for this position is

Professor Anne-Sofie Furberg, email: anne-sofie.furberg@uit.no, and

Associate Professor Guri Grimnes, email: guri.grimnes@unn.no

Qualification

It is a condition of employment that the applicant holds a Norwegian PhD or an equivalent degree in a relevant research area.

The post doc will develop new methods and models in statistics for the advancement of public health interventions to prevent communicable and non-communicable diseases. Since the main focus of the project is to study how biomarkers, lifestyle and health may spread in social networks, experience from research within in the domain of medicine, other health sciences and/or biological science will be an advantage.

Experience and skills in communication of research results to various audiences and international collaboration will be an advantage.

The candidate should be proficient in spoken and written English. Skills in writing scientific publications in English is essential.

Personal skills will be emphasized. We are seeking a highly motivated and responsible candidate who should be able to work independently and interactively in a team setting. The candidate should have excellent analytical skills, and also have a great work capacity and enthusiasm for research.

The candidate must be willing to work abroad for 3-6 months. 

In order to achieve a targeted use of the postdoctoral position, and to strengthen the employee’s career development, a development plan must be available no later than three months after the appointment contract is signed. The development plan must be approved by the immediate leader with personnel responsibility.

At UiT we put emphasis on the quality, relevance and significance of the research work and not on where the work is published, in accordance with the principles of The San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA). 

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Proficiency in the Norwegian language

If you have not studied at a Norwegian/Scandinavian upper secondary school, proficiency in the Norwegian language may be documented in the following ways:

  • Passed exam in Norwegian as a second language at “VKII” level (3. year)
  • Passed level 3 exam in Norwegian for international students at the universities
  • Passed exam from one year’s university study in Norwegian language and society for international students
  • The Bergen Test: test in Norwegian – higher level. Written test with a minimum of 450 points or a “Pass” (in new grade scale). Those who have Swedish or Danish as a first language and who fulfil the general university and college admission requirements in their native country do not need to take the test.

Application

Your application must include:

  • Cover letter explaining your motivation and research interests
  • CV – containing a complete overview of education, experience, professional work and references
  • 2-3 references with contact details
  • List of academic works up to 10 academic works. The doctoral thesis is here counted as one work
  • Description of the most relevant academic works, one to two pages
  • Diplomas and transcripts from completed degrees:
    • diploma and transcript of Bachelor’s degree or equivalent (in original language and translated)
    • diploma and transcript of Master’s degree or equivalent (in original language and translated)
    • Diploma and transcript of PhD
  • Project description
  • Form for documentation of teaching qualifications
  • Documentation of proficiency in the Norwegian language

You must also submit a project proposal, that describe of how you scientifically can contribute to the project. The proposal must include a progress plan.

Documentation has to be in English or a Scandinavian language. We only accept applications through Jobbnorge.

We offer

  • Exciting work tasks in an interdisciplinary research field
  • Involvement in an interesting research project
  • A good academic environment with dedicated colleagues
  • A large degree of independence in work
  • Flexible working hours and a state collective pay agreement
  • Pension scheme through the state pension fund

 
The appointment is for a period of 3 years. Remuneration of Postdoctoral Fellow  positions are in State salary code 1352. In addition to taxes, a further 2% is deducted for the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund. The working hours will be utilized for research, research-related activities and research administration.  If the appointment is for more than two years, the employer decides whether the employee should have compulsory duties. If so, describe these duties here. Stipulate amount up to a maximum of 25 %

More practical information for working and living in Norway can be found here: Welcome to UiT!  (http://uit.no/mobility)
 

General

The appointment is made in accordance with State regulations and guidelines at UiT. At our website, you will find more information for applicants. 

The objective of the appointment as a Postdoctoral Fellow is to qualify for work in senior academic positions, and no one may be appointed to more than one fixed term period at the same institution.

A good work environment is characterized by diversity. We encourage qualified candidates to apply, regardless of their gender, functional capacity or cultural background. UiT and will emphasize making the necessary adaptations to the working conditions for employees with reduced functional ability

According to the Norwegian Freedom and Information Act (Offentleglova) information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure.Stig Brøndbo

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UiT – Developing the High North

UiT The Arctic University of Norway is a multi-campus research university and the northernmost university of the world. Our central location in the High North, our broad and diverse research and study portfolio, and our interdisciplinary qualities make us uniquely suited to meet the challenges of the future. At UiT you can explore global issues from a close-up perspective.

Credibility, academic freedom, closeness, creativity and commitment shall be hallmarks of the relationship between our employees, between our employees and our students and between UiT and our partners.

The Faculty og Health Sciences

The Faculty of Health Sciences at UiT The Arctic University of Norway represents a newly created entity gathering almost all possible health study programs. This facilitates an unique interdisciplinarity and innovation in health education and research.

We work closely with the services in the North to solve tomorrow’s challenges.

Read more about us at uit.no/helsefak

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Deadline

31st August 2020