To add new northern-relevant programs, courses, and summer, winter and field schools, or to update or remove existing ones, contact the Secretariat (secretariat@uarctic.org), and we'll send you a link to your Study Catalogue update form. You can see a sample form here.

You can access the current list of your institution's program and course entries through the Study Catalogue search. The Study Catalogue also contains a special section for summer, winter and field schools called the Field School Calendar.

Note that the UArctic Study Catalogue is only for the higher education members of UArctic. Northern-relevant field schools can be submitted also by non-members. 

Northern-relevant programs and courses include mostly those specifically dealing with the Arctic region and its countries, focusing on northern climate conditions, people and cultures in the Arctic region. Language courses are not normally included, unless they are for a northern indigenous or other minority language, or include a significant focus on Arctic culture as well.

Courses and programs taught in any language can be included in the Study Catalogue. The information must still be in English, even if the local description and language of instruction are in another language.