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The application for the STINT programme - Grants for Teaching Sabbaticals - is open. The application deadline is 18 March 2020.
nitiation grants are given for the implementation of short-term projects targeting the building of new and strategically interesting international relationships.
The Nordic Council of Ministers calls for applications to Nordplus 2020. The application deadline is 3 February 2020.
Umeå municipality, Region Västerbotten and Umeå University annually sets aside funding for conferences. Contributions to conferences at Umeå University are provided through co-funding of social events in conjunction with the conference, e.g. a conference dinner or reception. The funding provided is aimed to be used to market Umeå University and Umeå as a town.
The application for the Erasmus+ action International Credit Mobility (ICM) is open. ICM aims to establish cooperation between member countries and countries outside Europe.
Researchers are invited to apply for a nomination to a closing research and innovation conference within South Africa Project.
The Nordic Centre in India (NCI) announces programmes with funding for researchers. The application deadline is 30 October.
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.
Starting in 2019 STINT has expanded the cooperation with Japan to include different forms of co-funding. Applications for collaboration with Japan are now done in the programme Mobility Grants for Internationalisation.
Through the university's participation in the Mirai project, it is possible to apply for funding for collaboration with Japanese universities.