Programme for Research and Innovation in the Educational Sector - The Research Council of Norway. Education plays an important role in an individual’s health, quality of life, social engagement, social integration and affiliation with working life.
Knowledge and expertise are crucial to the innovation capacity and competitiveness of industry as well as the sustainability of the welfare state, the formation of public opinion and democracy. The quality and relevance of education must be strengthened to better equip children, young people and adults to meet future challenges in social and working life. Public Sector Ph.D. scheme - The Research Council of Norway. The overall objectives of the scheme are to expand long-term, relevant competence-building and research activities in public sector body, to increase researcher recruitment within the public sector and to promote greater collaboration between academia and the public sector.
The Research Council works to boost research and innovation activity in the public sector and provides support for research projects. The authorities expect the Research Council to help to increase knowledge intensity in the public sector in various ways, including the recruitment of doctoral candidates. The Public Sector Ph.D. scheme does not represent a new type of doctoral degree, but is designed to support long-term research that has the same level of scientific merit as the general doctoral degree education. This programme/activity normally accepts grant applications from:
Programme for Public Health - The Research Council of Norway. The primary objective of the FOLKEHELSE programme is to generate new knowledge about the factors that affect public health, the causes of social inequalities in health, and the measures that can reduce these inequalities and improve public health.
Activities under the FOLKEHELSE programme for the 2011-2015 programme period will mainly revolve around three thematic priority areas: i) health behaviour, such as physical activity, diet, tobacco use and accident-related behaviour; ii) research on life phases, such as conditions for children and adolescents, education and income related to health; and iii) prevention with regard to mental health.
Social inequalities in health will be a key focus across all the thematic areas. How to get funding? Participant Portal Two year work programmes announce the specific areas that will be funded by Horizon 2020.
Look out for them on the online Participant Portal as they can be used as a calendar for the calls for proposals (‘calls’), to be published during the year. Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions. The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) provide grants for all stages of researchers' careers - be they doctoral candidates or highly experienced researchers - and encourage transnational, intersectoral and interdisciplinary mobility.
The MSCA enable research-focused organisations (universities, research centres, and companies) to host talented foreign researchers and to create strategic partnerships with leading institutions worldwide. Homepage - IS. Norwegian institutions may apply for grants for research stays in Norway to highly qualified Ph.D. students and younger researchers from some 50 countries.
NB! The programme Yggdrasil will have no calls in 2014. Individual measures of research mobility are currently under consideration. Network, education and arctic tourism / FIND A PARTNER / How to apply / Home - Nordplus. Search Partners < Back to search RESULTS Network, education and arctic tourism Posted: 21.01.2015 Description Network, innovation and exchange / vocational college education / arctic tourism - Lofoten, Norway, Lappland in Sweden and Finland.
Type: Higher education Activity: Network Nordplus Programme: Nordplus Horizontal Type of partner/expertise sought: University College, and other partners in the field of tourism, eventmakers, guideorganisations or other travelbusiness. Institution / Organization Information Name: Lofoten reiselivfagskole Address: Postboks 237, 8310 Svolvær. Nordplus Higher Education / Who can apply / Home - Nordplus. Nordplus Higher Education The Nordplus Higher Education programme opens a whole new world of possibilities for higher educational institutions.
About the programme The Nordplus Higher Education Programme is a mobility and network programme in the higher education sector, on bachelor and master levels, for the Nordic and Baltic countries. The aim of the programme is to create a collaboration between the institutions that participate in the programme through exchanges, experience, good practice and innovative results. The programme also supports collaboration between higher education institutions and other organizations. Who is eligible - Lanekassen. Hopp til innhold Hopp til login The main requirement for support from Lånekassen is that you are a Norwegian citizen.
However, foreign citizens may also be entitled to financial support. Requirements for support If you are a foreign citizen with legal residence in Norway and you are a student here, you may be entitled to financial support if you meet one of the requirements below. National of EEA or EFTA country Employees from EEA or EFTA countries and their family members, may also be entitled to financial support if they meet one of the requirements below. Read about support for education abroad (Norwegian only). Quota students Separate rules apply for students from developing countries, the Western Balkan countries, countries in Eastern Europe and Central-Asia. More information. Wenner-Gren International Collaborative Research Grants. Sponsor: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Description Grants for joint anthropological research projects undertaken by at least two investigators from different countries with different but complementary perspectives, knowledge and skills.
One investigator must normally be from outside the United States, Canada or Western Europe. Home - Fulbright.no. Funding for Study in Russia, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan. The following is a list of every scholarship, aid, and grant program that we know of that can help fund study abroad to Russia and other former Soviet states. Most are specifically for US citizens. If you have information on a financial aid source that is not listed here or would like to comment on those listed, please contact us. If you are looking for funding for educators, click here!
How can you earn credit towards your degree while studying abroad? Click here! I. The following short list of resources are available to help fund study abroad specifically through SRAS. Home and AbroadSRAS’s Home and Abroad Scholarship program combines intensive language study with a generous scholarship of $5,000-$10,000 and a resume-building internship. Charles Braver Exploration GrantsStudents may receive stipends of up to $500 per semester to help cover any costs of eating out, attending cultural events, art exhibitions, and/or seeking out interesting local experiences. II. American Council of Learned Societies. The deadline for this program has passed. The description below is for information purposes only. Fellowship Details Stipend: $25,000, plus funds for research costs of up to $3,000 and for university fees of up to $5,000Tenure: one year beginning summer 2014Completed applications must be submitted through the ACLS Online Fellowship Application system (ofa.acls.org) no later than 9 p.m.
Eastern Daylight Time, October 23, 2013.Notifications will be sent in late March 2014. Health insurance / Study in Norway / Home - studyinnorway.no. Students from the Nordic countries You are a member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme if you are registered in the National Population Register in Norway. If you are not a member you are nevertheless entitled to health services under the National Insurance Act and you do not have to verify it with a European Health Insurance Card.
Students from the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland The general rule is that you do not become a member of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. If you are a member of social security in your home country while studying in Norway, you are entitled emergency and necessary treatment under Norwegian legislation. If you are not entitled to a European Health Insurance Card from your home country, you must have other insurance to cover any medical expenses you might incur in Norway.
Students from countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA) All students Some institutions provide on campus health services. Fellowships/Grants for Americans to study in Scandinavia, program details - The American-Scandinavian Foundation. Home Page. A program of the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. National Humanities Center Fellowship Program Application. Grants and Scholarships - Sons of Norway. Every year, The Sons of Norway Foundation makes a positive impact through the distribution and award of scholarships and grants.
We're dedicated to helping students achieve their educational goals, and steadfast in our work to empower youth, heritage and cultural projects throughout your communities. A complete list of our grant and scholarship opportunities is presented below, and we encourage you to check back on December 1st every year for the most current information. Grants Grants made possible through our Heritage and Culture Fund.
Null - INTPART. The programme offers grants to Ph.D. students and academic personnel with a doctoral degree who are affiliated with (i.e. are employed by or have been accepted into an approved Ph.D. programme at the time of the application submission deadline) a research institution (see definition in part 1 of the call) in the US, Canada or Norway. NORAM. Fellowship programme for Studies in the High North / North America and the High North / Programme information / Home SIU.