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The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU)

SIU is a knowledge- and service organisation with the mission of promoting and facilitating cooperation, standardisation, mobility, and the overcoming of cultural barriers to communication and exchange within the realm of education on an international level. The centre is charged with the important task of coordinating national measures according to official Norwegian policy within the field of internationalisation.
Norway’s official agency;
The centre is Norway’s official agency for international programmes and measures related to education. It is commissioned by several national and international public organisations to administer programmes at all levels of education.
In addition to programme administration, SIU is responsible for promoting Norway as a cooperation and study destination, as well as providing information and advisory services within the field of internationalisation in education.
SIU is funded through assignments from:

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University College of Southeast Norway (USN-NO)

The University College of Southeast Norway (USN) is the country’s second largest state-owned university college, measured in the total number of students, and larger than several of Norway’s universities.  
USN is headed by Rector Petter Aasen.
The rector reports to USN's Board, which is chaired by Professor Rune Nilsen. 
There are approximately 18,000 students and 1,500 staff, spread over eight campuses: Drammen, Vestfold, Kongsberg, Ringerike, Bø, Notodden, Porsgrunn and Rauland.
The University College of Southeast Norway aims to have a regional foundation, and with eight campuses, we have a strong and clear presence in one of Norway’s most exciting and dynamic regions.

The University College of Southeast Norway was established on 1 January 2016, when Buskerud and Vestfold University College merged with Telemark University College.
The University College of Southeast Norway is an accredited higher education institution.
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Postgraduate Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences (PGIHS)

University of Peradeniya

The Postgraduate Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences (PGIHS) is a National Institute established by the Ministry of Higher Education in 2014, by an Ordinance made by the University Grants Commission under Section 24A of the Universities Act No. 16 of 1978 and published in Gazette Extraordinary No. 1843/45 of 3rd January 2014 for the purpose of providing, promoting and developing higher education in the Humanities and the Social Sciences. The PGIHS is the heir to the postgraduate programmes offered by the Faculty of Arts of the University of Peradeniya.
The PGIHS offers postgraduate degree and diploma programmes and other short-term training programmes with an interdisciplinary and a multidisciplinary orientation. At present, the PGIHS caters to approximately 2000-2500 students annually following courses leading to postgraduate diplomas, masters and doctoral degrees in 26 different disciplines under five Boards of Study. About 700 students complete postgraduate diploma, masters and doctoral degrees annually at the PGIHS.
The disciplines that the PGIHS provided training include: Arabic, Accounting, Archaeology, Buddhist Studies, Comparative Religion, Economics, Education, English, Fine Arts, Geography, Greek and Roman Studies (formerly known as Western Classical Culture), Hindu Civilization, History, International Relations, Islamic Civilization, Law, Management, Pali, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sanskrit, Sinhala, Sociology, Statistics and Tamil.
The PGIHS aims at becoming a centre of excellence in education, research, and creative thinking in the Humanities and the Social Sciences and to produce scholars committed to the advancement of knowledge through critical and independent thinking with a sense of duty toward society.
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