The Nordic Centre in India (NCI) is a consortium of leading universities and research institutions in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Established in 2001 with the objective to facilitate cooperation in research and higher education between the Nordic countries and India, NCI facilitates and supports a wide range of study and research activities in India and in the Nordic countries.
The Nordic Centre in India has its main office in Delhi and a study programmes coordination office in Hyderabad. Located in the central area of South Delhi, Nizamuddin East, the Director's residence can be easily reached by visitors.
The NCI offers a range of study programmes for Nordic students in India. These programmes take place in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pondicherry, and students can choose between semester and summer courses. India offers a wide range of educational subjects and students gain additional qualifications such as cultural and regional knowledge.
The consortium NCI consists of 19 member universities in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, and two associate members. The NCI is a permanent representation of its members in India.
The NCI has leading expertise on higher education and research collaboration in India. Our main objective is to facilitate and promote Nordic research in India and assist our members in collaboration with Indian higher education and research institutions.