Message to English Division graduates of 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced everyone to adapt to the current demanding realities, touching on all aspects of everyday life. The need to ensure the safety of all members of our academic community made it impossible to organise a traditional graduation ceremony for NCU Collegium Medicum graduates of 2020.


Grants4NCUStudents

The objective of the "Grants4NCUStudents" call for proposals is to support the scientific and artistic initiatives of students and doctoral students which are in line with the four most important objectives of the NCU as a research university (4xI@NCU), namely: internationalisation, interdisciplinarity, innovation and integrity.


Recruitment for study mobilities within Erasmus+

Dear Students, you can apply to study abroad within Erasmus+ programme from 15 February to 19 March 2021. NOTE! This particular recruitment refers only to mobilities in the winter semester of 2021/2022.


May these eyes lie?

Apgar score is not an objective tool, it does not decide on resuscitation of a new born, nor does it play a decisive role in the context of forecasting the development of the child. Yet, for over 60 years, no other better method to evaluate a little guy after the moment of birth has been invented.


University Day – Rector’s letter

On 19 February, the anniversary of our patron's birthday, we celebrate University Day. It is a day on which we particularly highlight our achievements and share them with our community, we point out the role that the University plays in the city and the region, and its increasingly important position in European and world science


How does the coronavirus mutate?

In spring, the neurological symptoms in patients with COVID-19 such as the loss of smell or taste were scarce. They appeared much more seldom than problems with respiration or high fever. Now, the loss of smell or taste practically defines the coronavirus.


Erasmus+ on the island of Crete

Dear Students! Even though the current situation is not favourable for travelling around Europe, let’s hope it will not last forever. You can make your dreams come true just as your friends Annika and Espen did. They used the opportunity that the Erasmus+ Programme gave them and spent a whole academic year at our partner institutionUniversity of Crete. Their account of their stay on the island of Crete is short, but will hopefully convince you that following your dreams is simply worth it!




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