About the University
Nord University (Norwegian: Nord universitet; Southern Sami: Noerhte universitete; Lule Sami: Nuortta universitiehtta) is a state university in the Nordland and Trøndelag counties of Norway. The university has 11,000 students at study locations in Northern and Central Norway, with main campuses in Bodø, the capital of the county of Nordland, and Levanger, a university town located on the south shore of the Trondheim Fjord. Further campuses are located in Mo i Rana, Namsos, Nesna, Sandnessjøen, Steinkjer, Stjørdal, and Vesterålen.
Global challenges demand new insight, innovative solutions and local legitimacy. Nord University is a young university with strong regional ties and a global perspective.
Nord University is committed to delivering relevant educational programmes and research, with a focus on blue and green growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, and welfare, health and education.
8049, Bodø, Norway
Salary for PhD Fellows at Nord University
The annual salary for doctoral researchers (code 1017) is set at wage level 54, LR 20, NOK 482.200 in the Norwegian State Salary Scale.
The average monthly salary of a Doctoral fellow is NOK 40,000.
Updated on: August 2021
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