At CODE our priority is to create an international environment for all community members to contribute to and thrive in. Here is what we do with international cooperations.
At CODE, we consider the international mobility of students, professors, and researchers as one of the keystones of our internationalization efforts. We seek to provide opportunities for international mobility globally. We believe that studying abroad prepares our students for their careers in a globalized work environment.
All study programs are taught entirely in English.
We have strong ties to many higher education institutions, education partners and international industry.
We have a culturally diverse community, 36% of our staff and faculty members are coming from abroad, 33% from our study body are from 65 countries.
We welcome exchange students, visiting lecturers and researchers from around the globe.
Our faculty and staff members have experience living, studying and working abroad.
We practice diversity management and intercultural learning.
CODE has internationalization in its DNA. CODE’s mission is to actively promote the values of an open society through interaction with international partners and civic engagement and to contribute to progressive higher education, innovative academic teaching, and research.Manuel Dolderer
In March 2020, we signed a MoU in the areas of research and student mobility with Norwegian University of Applied Science and Technology (NTNU, Campus Gjovik).
Kjell Are, Assistant Professor, Department of Design, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Joakim Berg, International coordinator (adviser), Education Section in Gjøvik and Toini Rust Kristiansen spent three days at CODE, comparing learning concepts, talking with our students, founders, lecturers, and professors, especially from Interaction Design Department.
CODE internationalization (EU and non-EU) strategy prioritizes participation in student and staff mobility, strategic partnerships and knowledge alliances, and participation in networks to share knowledge and values. The 2021-2027 EU Programme for education, training, youth, and sport of the European Commission (ERASMUS+) is seen as a core element of our internationalization strategy. CODE has applied for the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, which is a prerequisite to participate in Erasmus programs and projects. The awarded ECHE will be published here.
International universities and high education institutions that share the same mission and vision are cordially invited to get in touch with us to explore future collaboration. Please write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet our team:
Head of Academic Coordination
Student Lifecycle Manager
Academic Cooperations Lead & DPO