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New deadline, 28 June, for PhD students from UArctic Nordic member institutions for Call for Nordic member institutions.
The Industrial Doctoral School (IDS) at Umeå University calls for applications for funding of doctoral research projects in collaboration.
All three announcements are aimed at researchers in all faculties and are part of newly started national research programs on digitization, segregation. and crime.
IceLab invites multidisciplinary research teams to propose projects for a shared, funded postdoctoral fellow. The deadline to submit project proposals is 26 May 2022.
Do you want to prepare a research project and write a proposal for a major external grant, in cooperation with Nordic and Chinese researchers?
The Industrial Doctoral School for Research and Innovation is opening a call for funding doctoral students in collaborative projects. Researchers at Umeå University who are qualified to act as principal supervisor to a doctoral student may apply for doctoral resources. An external organisation shall be included as co-applicant and is expected to actively participate in the project. Apply no later than18th of March.
Stint announces grant for strategic internationalisation initiatives that at the same time take advantage of individuals' experience and commitment at the university.
STINT announces Grants for Educational Collarboration Programmes. Deadline to apply is 24 February 2022 at 3 P.M. (CET)
The application for the STINT program Grants for Teaching Sabbatical is now open. Deadline to apply is 17 March 2022 at 3 P.M. (CET)
The aim of the Mobility Grants for Internationalisation programme is to strengthen Swedish research and higher education by developing and establishing international partnerships. The programme supports projects of high scientific quality which are clearly contributing to the activities of participating educational establishments.