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University of the Arctic

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The University of the Arctic (UArctic) is an international cooperative network based in the Circumpolar Arctic region, consisting of universities, colleges, and other organizations with an interest in promoting education and research in the Arctic region. UArctic was launched on June 12, 2001, endorsed by the Arctic Council and in conjunction with the tenth anniversary of the Rovaniemi Process and the Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy. Member institutions List of University of the Arctic members There are more than 150 members in the University of the Arctic. There are 37 members from Canada, 13 from Denmark, 1 from the Faroe Islands, 17 from Finland, 3 from Greenland, 10 from Iceland, 16 from Norway, 55 from Russia, 7 from Sweden, 27 from the United States and 38 from non-Arctic countries (Austria (1), Belgium (1), Czech Republic (1), China (15), France (1), Germany (1), India (1), Ireland (1), Italy (1), Japan (1), Korea (2), Mongolia (1), the Netherlands (
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