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.
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
Greenland Perspective and Greenlandic Perspectives Survey invites you to a presentation of the first parts of results of our findings from the survey conducted in 13 Greenlandic cities and settlements across all regions of Greenland during the summer of 2018
A new report from Ilisimatusarfik has examined the news content and the use of sources in Greenlandic news media. Here the authors of the report present some of the results
Ilisimatusarfik complaints to the Press Council in Greenland about Sermitsiaq AG's coverage of the Tusagassiuutit report
Centre for Children, Youth & Family Research at Ilisimatusarfik hosts a two day conference
Read "postcard" from Augusta Finzel - our American Fulbright English Teaching Assistant
New book titled "Qualitative methods of analyses in health science" has just been published
Friday 12 October 2018, the first and constituent meeting was held in a completely new cooperation committee consisting of the principals from the country's four high schools and the rector of Ilisimatusarfik
Rector Gitte Adler Reimer's opening speech - Conference about Greenland-EU relations