What is HNA:
HNA organise courses that are intensive, not field specific and participants use their own data and results as far as possible. The skills obtained are transferable, and could thus be useful inside as well as outside academia. All teaching goes in English, at UiT Tromsø.

Why take HNA courses:
HNA courses should not be viewed upon as extra work, but as something that get you started. Skills obtained are  applicable to many aspects in life, and your CV is boosted too!

Who can participate:
PhD candidates from all faculties at UiT, regardless of scientific background. PhDs outside UiT, Post Docs and others, may participate if there are available seats. See how to register below.

When should I participate:
Some courses are handy early in your PhD, whereas others are more useful after the PhD. Here is a suggestion of when you should participate in which course:

First or second year:cropped-HNAlogo.png
GEN-8001 Take control of your PhD journey
FSK-8002 Scientific writing

Second or third year:
BIO-8007 Coping with media
BIO-8010 Visualizing your science

Third or fourth year:
FSK-8003 Leadership skills
FSK-8005 Funding your reseach
BED-8004 Academic entrepreneurship


How can I participate:
Participants who need ECTS and want to take the exams register at Studentweb (UiT PhDs) or apply in Søknadsweb (PhDs outside UiT). See registration/application deadlines under Courses. Other participants should send an email to current HNA coordinator Stian Røberg (Arve Lynghammar is on leave until 23 March 2018)

Something was unclear:
Send an email to HNA coordinator.