Invitation to Extraordinary General Meeting on May 10, 2024

NOCIES members are cordially invited to attend our Extraordinary General Meeting on May 10th at 10-11AM (Stockholm time).

The agenda of the meeting involves minor updates of the current Constitution, and a call for nominations of two supplementary EC members. Nominations from paying NOCIES members for the latter are to be emailed to the President and Vice-president by April 26th.

Members are invited to email the President  and Vice-president Annica.kä  for the zoom link and agenda.

All welcome!

NOCIES congratulates Dr. Nanna Ramsing Enemark for successfully defending her PhD thesis on February 23rd, 2024! 

Title of thesis:

“Handling dilemmas in reception approaches for newly arrived migrant pupils in the Danish welfare state.”

Aalborg University East, in Denmark.

Dr Ramsing Enemark will present on her thesis in the Stockholm University ICER Colloquium series open to NOCIES members.

All welcome!


Nordic Comparative and International Education Society 

NOCIES is composed of academics and researchers from various Scandinavian universities and other research institutes. Its aim is to encourage the growth of comparative and international studies by:

  • promoting and improving the teaching of comparative education in institutions of higher learning;
  • stimulating research in the field;
  • facilitating the publication and distribution of comparative and international studies;
  • organising conferences and meetings for members and other educationists.

NOCIES is represented at international conferences held by such organisations as the Comparative and International Education Society-USA and the Comparative Education Society in Europe. 

Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education

Focus and Scope

NJCIE is the only journal in the Nordic countries specifically addressing themes within our field and serves as a connecting node for comparative scholars in, or interested in, the region. The journal publishes papers that seek to analyze educational discourse, policy, and practice and their implications for teaching and learning, as well as papers investigating topics through an interdisciplinary lens focusing on new insights and fostering critical debate about the role of education in diverse societies. NJCIE is concerned with the interplay of local, national, regional, and global contexts shaping education. The ways in which local understandings can bring to light the trends, effects, and influences that exist in different contexts globally highlight the general understanding of Comparative and International Education in NJCIE.