North Denmark EU-Office

North Denmark EU-Office is an association servicing the Region of North Denmark, its 11 municipalities, the Greenlandic Sermersooq municipality, Aalborg University and University College North Denmark as well as the SMEs of the region. The office has two departments, one located in North Denmark and another close to the European institutions in Brussels. Our main goal is to achieve the development ambitions of North Denmark by promoting activities that foster internationalization, growth and employment. We achieve this by getting involved in international projects and networks, and by establishing contact with international partners, public as well as private.

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North Denmark

S3 Strategy

The Smart Specialisation of North Denmark is centered around 4 main sectors:

  1. Smart: ICT and Digitisation
  2. Green: Green energy & Climate transition
  3. Blue: Maritime and Fishing industry
  4. Attractive: Tourism and Experience economy

Strategic R&I Projects

Enterprise Europe Network Denmark

Enterprise Europe Network is the world's largest support network for SMEs with international ambitions. The Network has 3,000 experts across 600 partner organisations in more than 60 countries. It helps ambitious SMEs innovate and grow internationally.

AddSmart - European Digital Innovation Hub of North Denmark

AddSmart is focused on assisting SMEs within the manufacturing and maritime industries to identify, test and implement smart production and digital solutions.

Latest Updates

  • By Maria Sofie Juhl

Enhancing Baltic Sea Region District Heating through Transnational Collaboration and Technological Innovations

A consortium of Danish and Ukrainian partners is searching for additional partners from Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia for the Interreg Baltic Sea call. The project will focus on fostering transnational collaboration, sharing best practices, and adopting innovative technologies to optimise district heating operations, reduce carbon footprints, and enhance energy efficiency. The deadline for expressions of interest is 17 April.

  • By Greater Copenhagen EU Office

Erasmus+ exchange hosted by the Danish regional EU offices

On 8 November, the four Danish regional EU offices (South Denmark European Office, North Denmark EU Office, Central Denmark EU Office, Greater Copenhagen EU Office) are hosting an event highlighting products and good practices from Erasmus+ projects. It will take place at Avenue Palmerston 18 from 09:00-17:00.

  • By Maria Sofie Juhl

Danish vocational school looking for partners to create projects focusing on development of the VET sector

AMU Nordjylland is a vocational School located in Northern Denmark, interested in forming strategic partnerships and project partners in transnational projects with a specific focus on the development and dissemination of innovative practices in the VET sector.

  • By Maria Sofie Juhl

Krog Nobis – a young creative Danish company is looking for Mission Ocean call partners

Krog Nobis – a young creative Danish company in the maritime world is offering itself as a partner for Horizon Ocean Mission projects.

  • By Maria Sofie Juhl

Mobility for everyone – Erasmus+ Accreditation Student Exchange

Vittrup Fri Fagskole is a boarding school with a focus on pre-vocational training, where the prioritisation of general education, community, and new tools for mastering your own life gives energy and motivation to continue onto a vocational education and take responsibility for your own life in general. Vittrup Fri Fagskole is looking for a similar partner school for a student and/or staff exchange within the framework of the Erasmus+ Accreditation.

  • By Maria Sofie Juhl

Imaginature - Erasmus+ Cooperation partnerships project on performing arts and climate change

Limfjordsteatret, a theater from Northern Denmark is looking for an Eastern/Central European partner working with performing arts, that are used to performances with young children (elementary level) for projects on teaching children about climate change.