JustEd Mobility Fellowships 2017

The Nordic Centre of Excellence (NCoE) Justice through Education in the Nordic Countries (JustEd) announces mobility fellowships for postdoctoral and senior researchers and PhD students working within the research themes of the centre. The fellowships are primarily open for JustEd members, but a fellowship can also be granted for international visiting postdoctoral or senior researchers whose research is closely related to the center research themes.

Fellowships cover travel and accommodation and include a grant to cover other irregular costs incurred by the visit. The aim of the grants is to intensify collaboration and exchange of researchers between the partner institutions.

Researchers with mobility fellowships will be incorporated into the activities of the receiving partner unit and the visiting researcher is expected to engage in joint research, writing, advising, training or teaching. Receiving partner can be any of the participating institutions in the Nordic Centre of Excellence JustEd.

We recommend that the visiting researcher gives an open lecture at the receiving partner institution. Before submitting an application, applicants must be in contact with a contact person from the receiving institution, in order to gain approval and prepare a programme for the visit.

The application period for exchange visits taking place in 2017 is open until Monday 24 October.


The fellowship covers a visit in one of JustEd’s partner institutions.

  • Length: 2-4 weeks.
  • The fellowship covers reasonable travel and accommodation costs. In addition to the direct cost for air or train tickets and accommodation, a grant of 250 euro/week will be provided to meet irregular costs incurred by the visit.
  • The fellowship has to be used during the calendar year it is granted (2017).
  • The results of the visit should be described in a short report within one month after the end of the visit.

How to apply

The application is submitted online through this electronic form.

  • Description of and motivation for the planned cooperation, its connection to and significance for the research agenda of JustEd as well as a preliminary programme and timetable.
  • CV (max 2 pages) + list of publications
  • Free-formed invitation letter including the following information: name of the inviting person, his/her position in the organisation, name of the invited person, planned time and main objective of the visit

For further information, please contact coordinator Tuija Veintie, tuija.veintie(a),  tel. +358 50 416 0494.

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