I dialog med omverden

Engaging with our surroundings

NMH is actively engaged with the world around us.

NMH’s social responsibilities divide into three equal parts: To offer excellent higher education, to conduct artistic research on an international level, and to share knowledge and research results with our surroundings.

Our social responsibility obliges us to manage, renew and distribute knowledge obtained from our extensive musical tradition. It obliges us to play a dynamic and relevant role in society and actively use our knowledge in public debate. Our responsibilities oblige us to demand innovation, reliability and openness.

Our ambitions for 2015-2018 emphasize being a prominent presence in the public eye and affirming our social responsibilities. The ambitions invite us to communicate more clearly and to increase our knowledge of target groups and channels of communication.

Our strategy encourages us to listen, to share and to contribute. It challenges us to seek out impulses form all over the world and to participate in international networks. It encourages us to collaborate and create dialogue.

Principal aim 2025

NMH is actively engaged with the world around us

Objectives 2018

Playing a dynamic and relevant role in society

We take part in public debate with a critical perspective. We make our opinions known, share insights and create connections between the arts and education.

A visible and recognizable public institution

We are a prominent presence in the public eye, using our distinctive profile to our advantage. We share artistic and academic results of the highest quality.

Inviting and initiating collaboration

We continually challenge our assumptions about the world around us, and seek to renew ourselves as an institution. We contribute to cultural exchange and seek new impulses through external contact and collaboration.

Building networks

We participate in and contribute to the development of national and international networks. We engage with our partners strategically for the mutual benefit of our institutions.

Last updated: 5. November 2014