New mobility grants

By on 04.05.2016 in Mobility

In cooperation with Fonds de recherche du Québec (FRQ), NordForsk is now launching a programme to promote researcher mobility between Quebec and the Nordic countries. Up to a total of four researchers may be granted funding for a 1-3 month research visit in Quebec, preferably researchers within existing Nordic Centers of Excellence (NCoE) funded by NordForsk.

The specific aim of the programme is to fund short-term scientific missions with a view of fostering sustained collaboration between Nordic and Quebec researchers who have already conducted Nordic research with significant results in the fields of health, medicine, natural sciences, mathematics, engineering, social sciences, humanities, art or literature.

The programme is open to researchers who hold residence permit in one of the Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Denmark) or autonomous areas (Greenland, Åland, the Faroe Islands). The grant includes the round-trip transportation to Quebec and a living allowance.

For information, read about the mobility programme on FRQs website here (information to Quebec researchers).

Information to applicants

Applicants must submit Expression of Interest no later than 19 May 2016, including:

  • CV of applicant.
  • Letter of Invitation from  a researcher holding a faculty position in a university or an affiliated research institute in Quebec, that has been identified by the FRQ as a host institution – see attachment. Interested researchers are encouraged to approach eligible Quebec research institutions as soon as possible.
  • Specified time period of the visit to the Quebec research institution, starting no later than 1 September 2016 with the duration of 1-3 months.

The Expression of Interest is to be sent to ida.persson@nordforsk.org

Applicants will be contacted by NordForsk after the deadline 19 May 2016.

If you have any questions regarding the call, do not hesitate to contact us at any point.

About the Author

About the Author: Journalist currently working as Communications Specialist at the Nordic Centre of Excellence "Justice through Education in the Nordic countries" and in NordForsk's programme "Education for Tomorrow". .

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