Ilisimatusarfik educates for both the private and public labour market, and does research and programmes within humanities, social and health science.
Ilisimatusarfik highly prioritises cooperation with the outside world, locally as well as internationally.
Ilisimatusarfik wishes to bridge the university world with the business community and the public sector, because in a collaboration between the sectors, everyone is contributing strong professionalism and combining new thinking and innovation in a fruitful system.
Ilisimatusarfik is an arctic university that creates knowledge and innovation in a region developing rapidly. Broadly, deeply and across: Through research, education and cooperation Ilisimatusarfik is Shaping the Arctic.
Come to our public presentation about guardians for inmates in Denmark & Greenland
Public lecture about: Life - the most beautiful fairy tale. Christianity in H.C. Andersen's writings
This interdisciplinary, cross-sectoral, international conference considers the economic and developmental advantages and disadvantages faced by microstates, island territories, and arctic regions, exploring theory, empirically grounded best practice, and political-economic strategy
On Friday 12 October 2018, the first meeting was held in a new cooperation committee consisting of the rectors from the country's four gymnasiums and the rector of Ilisimatusarfik
Rector Gitte Adler Reimer's opening speech - Conference about Greenland-EU relations
A new, peer-reviewed, open access resource, Northern and Indigenous Health and Healthcare, has just been launched
Friday 28 September was a festive day at Ilisimatusarfik - we had our annual celebration
24 - 28 September, good partners from Aalborg University visited Ilisimatusarfik
In the beginning of September, Rector Gitte Adler Reimer and Director Henriette Nolsøe Rosing were in the Faroe Islands for among other things to sign a cooperation agreement with University of the Faroe Islands
The Social Work programme at Ilisimatusarfik has just signed a cooperation agreement with VIA University College
On 12 September, Greenland Perspective invited people to see a glimpse of Greenland's future - seen from the population's perspective
Together with Rochester Institute of Technology and Binghamton University, Ilisimatusarfik is involved with the research project Rockwell Kent and Early 1930s Greenland