These are the contact people for UArctic-relevant roles at your institution. For security reasons we only allow our members to view their contact persons and their UArctic roles on this form. If you are an applying member, please inform about these roles when you send in a list of your contacts (instructions on the previous page of this form).
To make changes to this list, please email the UArctic International Secretariat. For information on how your institution's contact information is used, click here.
Please make sure that there is a person assigned for at least the roles of Head of Institution, Representative and Alternate on the Council/Assembly of UArctic, and membership fee contact. In addition, higher education institutions should have an International Studies contact. Note that one person can have several roles, but each role should be listed separately.
Head of Institution
Head of your organization.
Administrative contact for Head of Institution
A secretary or assistant of the head of your organization. Note that this only applies if relevant communication should also go to another person in addition to the Head of Institution.
Representative on the Council/Assembly of UArctic
Primary person to represent your institution on the Council/Assembly of UArctic. Also the main contact point for any UArctic communication.
Alternate on the Council/Assembly of UArctic
Second person to represent your institution on the Council/Assembly of UArctic. Also the main contact point for any UArctic communication.
Membership fee contact
Person to handle UArctic membership fee payments.
HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS ONLY
International Studies contact
Person or office for international exchange and degree students to contact if they want more information on studying at your institution.
Circumpolar Studies contact
Site coordinator of the Circumpolar Studies program. Note that this only applies to institutions already offering Circumpolar Studies.
north2north program coordinator of your institution. Note that this only applies to institutions already participating in the north2north program.