Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Høgskolen i Innlandet (HINN)

Holsetgata 31, 2318 Hamar, Norway

IAU Whed id: IAU-007679

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Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

INN University was established on 1 January 2017 following a Royal Decree merging Hedmark University of Applied Sciences and Lillehammer University College. Our operation takes place at the campuses of Blæstad, Elverum, Evenstad, Hamar, Lillehammer and Rena. In addition, we offer tuition in Kongsvinger, Oslo and Tynset.

Research at INN University is closely linked to the educational offering. In this way, the study programmes become research based as the institution contributes new knowledge in important areas of society. A practice-oriented research profile lays the foundation for a knowledge-based working life and innovations.

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (INN University), offers flexible educational programmes at six different campuses. In addition to the degree programmes at bachelor's, master's and doctoral level, INN University has a wide range of one-year studies and shorter courses that respond to society's need for lifelong learning.

Number of students (2019): 15 986

The Centre for Collaborative Learning for Sustainable Development (CCL) is a research and learning centre based at Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences. The Centre holds the  UNESCO Chair on Education for Sustainable Lifestyles and coordinates the International Partner Network.

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IAU HESD Activity Report 2022-23 - available now

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Transforming Education Together: 2023 ESD-NET Global Meeting in Tokyo

The ESD-NET Global Meeting in Tokyo, which commenced on December 18, 2023, marked a successful gathering at the United Nations University with the presence of representatives from more than 80 countries. This year’s meeting focused on sharing the implementation and progress of the ESD-2030 national initiatives, trends, challenges and innovations within the framework of Agenda 2030 and discussing the action points for the next two years 2024-2025.

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