2020

CORE

Business Model Innovation and Design Thinking

Date: Spring 2020
Location: NTNU, Trondheim


CORE

Economics of Innovation

Date: Spring 2020
Location: UiO-TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture


2019

CORE

Foundations and Pers.in Entrepreneurship Research

Date: Spring 2019
Location: Nord University


CORE

Projects and Networks in Innovation

Date: Spring 2019
Location: BI - Norwegian Business School


CORE

Innovative Firm

Date: Spring 2019
Location: BI - Norwegian Business School


CORE

Innovation and Sustainability Transition

Date: Fall 2019
Location: UiT - The Arctic University


CORE

Innovation Management / Innovation, Science and Growth

Date: Fall 2019
Location: NTNU, Trondheim


CORE

Research, Innovation and Impact (TIK9024)

Date: Fall 2019
Location: UiO-TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture


2018

PARTNER

Innovation in private and public sector services (INTOP)

Date: August 27th– 31st 2018
Location: Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Campus Lillehammer


CORE

Innovation Research – From Origin to Current Frontier – IØ9802

Date: Part 1: 17-19 September 2018, BI Part 2: 20- 22 November 2018
Location: NTNU, Trondheim


CORE

Geography of Innovation – International PhD course on Economic Geography

Date: Part 1: 10-14 September, Part 2: 29 October - 2 November 2018 (course extended with 2 days)
Location: Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands. ECTS provided by UiA.


CORE

Quantitative Methods for Innovation Research

Date: Monday, 3 December – Friday, 7 December 2018
Location: Circle, Lund University (in copperation with UiS)


CORE

Innovation and Sustainability Transition

Date: 25-29 June 2018
Location: UiT - The Arctic University; ECTS granting institution: UiT; Organizational institutions: UiT,CIRCLE and UiO-TIC


CORE

Business Model Innovation and Design Thinking

Date: 4 - 8 June 2018
Location: NTNU, Trondheim


PARTNER

Entrepreneurial Learning and Entrepreneurship Education

Date: 12-16 March 2018 (participation required) + 30-31 May 2018 (optional)
Location: Bodø (March) and Kjerringøy (May)


CORE

Innovation, Science and Growth

Date: CANCELLED
Location: NTNU


CORE

Economics of innovation

Date: UiO- TiK
Location: 16-20 April 2018


2017

CORE

Geography of innovation: Innovation systems and clusters

Date: 13 - 17 February 2017
Location: Location: University of Stavanger; ECTS granting institution: University of Agder


CORE

Foundation and Perspectives in Entrepreneurship Research

Date: 13- 17 March 2017
Location: Nord University - Bodø, Norway


PARTNER

CORE

Innovative Firm

Date: Part 1: 22 - 24 May, Part 2: 12-14 June 2017
Location: BI - Norwegian Business School


CORE

Innovation in Projects and Networks

Date: 1 Part: 4-6 September and 2 Part: 25-27 September 2017
Location: BI - Norwegian Business School


PARTNER

Meta-analysis: Beyond data synthesis (Course cancelled)

Date: 23-25 October 2017 (cancelled)
Location: Nord University


CORE

Research, Innovation and Impact (TIK9024 )

Date: 27 November – 1 December 2017
Location: UiO-TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture


2016 Fall

CORE

Quantitative Methods for Innovation Research

Date: 5-9 December
Location: CIRCLE


PARTNER

Innovation in private and public sector services (INTOP)

Date: 14-18 November
Location: Lillehammer University College


CORE

Innovation Research – From Origin to Current Frontier

Date: 26-29 September / 19-21 October
Location: BI Norwegian Business School / NTNU - Trondheim


PARTNER

Understanding Technological and Industrial Transformation Processes

Date: 14-18 November
Location: University of Oslo


Useful information

NORSI Course portefolio

Please see list on this page for upcoming NORSI courses. Each course has its own page. This is a preliminary schedule subject to change.

All courses are 7,5 ECTS if not otherwise noted.

NORSI offers both core and partner courses. NORSI organizes the core courses, while the partner courses are recommended by NORSI but fully organized by one of the NORSI partners that will only receive partial suppor.

Students will not receive travel funding for partner courses.

All NORSI courses are hosted by Norway’s leading academic institutions. To apply for a course, the student must follow the application process and requirements of the course granting academic institution. When limited spaces, NORSI students and/or students from NORSI partners institutions or other Norwegian universities are given priority.  Most NORSI courses gives 7,5 ECTS and are one-week intensive courses. The courses are lectured by leading experts within the innovation field.

Info non-NORSI students: External PhD students who wish to participate in a NORSI course are welcome to apply for course admission. External candidates might have to pay a minimal course fee. Travel and accommodation are not covered for external students. However, most meals in conjunction with the course are included in the minimal course fee.  Before applying, please contact NORSI project coordinator Birte Horn-Hanssen for specific information and details about each course


External courses

Previous NORSI-PING courses