Nordic Association of University Administrators (NAUA)
Association nordique des administrateurs d'université
Nordiska Universitetsadministratörssamarbetet (NUAS)
Founded 1975, as Nordisk Kontaktudvalg for Universiteter og Hígere Laereanstalter, by D-XD4238 - Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM) within the framework of T-XT7163 - Nordic Cultural Cooperation. First Nordic seminar for university administrators, held in 1976, Røros (Norway), became an annual event. In 1982, a management group was formed, and a secretariat was set up at the University of Aarhus, where the first Chairman was located. New planning groups for different administrative areas were gradually formed.
Enhance contacts; establish networks between Nordic universities at all administrative levels.
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Management Group; Planning Groups (12); Secretariat.
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