The UiB Brussels Office

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Welcome to the University of Bergen's Brussels Office! The office was established to strengthen the university's presence in the EU.

We work strategically in Brussels to increase UiB's visibility and influence at the European level. Serving as a link between Bergen and Brussels, we provide strategic advice and support to the home institution. In close collaboration with other university offices and research and development actors in Brussels, we work to expand UiB's international network.

Our office was established in 2015 and is currently located in the European Quarter of Brussels, alongside three other Norwegian research institutions in the Norwegian House of Research and Innovation.

Are you a researcher or staff member at the University of Bergen? Explore our services and resources available to you in Brussels. We are here to support your work and provide information about opportunities for collaboration and engagement in Europe.


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University of Bergen Hosts Discussion on Digital Skills in the EU

Digital skills are crucial in society, and the need to provide these for all is becoming increasingly urgent. UiB and partners discussed solutions and possibilities at an event in Brussels recently.

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The Pandemic Centre to lead working group on migration and pandemics

The pandemic center will lead a newly established working group on migration and pandemics on behalf of the European public health organization EUPHA.

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Remembering the SDG Conference Bergen 2024

The 2024 conference consisted of both a digital day with talks and debates in English, where around 1300 people participated, and a physical conference day in Norwegian.

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UiB gives input to Erasmus+

The University of Bergen has provided input on priorities and design for the European Union's framework programme for education.

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Offshore wind farms can "steal" wind from each other

Offshore wind farms can “steal” the capacity of other farms by up to 20 percent up to 50 kilometres away, due to wake loss. The regulation is ambiguous and needs to be developed to accommodate large-scale offshore wind development in the North Sea and other ocean areas, according to PhD Candidate...

UiB Brussels Office: Guimardstraat 9, 1000 Brussel, Belgium.