A Network between Norway and Japan
NorAlumni is focused on promoting research and development in numerous areas of interest to both Norway and Japan. On this portal, you’ll be able to find information about the research being conducted in these areas, as well as learn how you might get involved.
The scholarship is for a period of 18-24 months within all fields related to Japan. In order to be able to apply, you have to: Be a Norwegian national born on or after April 2nd 1982 Have completed a bachelor’s degree at a university within or outside of Norway The application consists of documents to(…)
A PhD Research Fellowship in Japanese Studies is available at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS), University of Oslo. IKOS seeks to recruit a PhD candidate with excellent research qualifications who will investigate issues of heritagisation in contemporary Japan. The successful applicant will address issues related to the project Sacred heritage? Secularisation,(…)
Are you studying chemistry and want to exchange to Japan? The School of Science at University of Tokyo let’s you apply for their Global Science Course (GSC) Undergraduate Transfer Program now! Furthermore, you’ll receive a scholarship: “Each student of the GSC Undergraduate Transfer Program will be automatically offered the “School of Science Scholarship for Transfer Students”.(…)
An agreement about a three-year INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP project (INTPART) was signed today at The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo. The project, which is named The Norwegian-Japanese Aluminium alloy Research and Education Collaboration, is a new type of project funded by The Research Council of Norway, and Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education, higher education(…)
During the estimated period 2015–2020, International partnerships for excellent education and research (INTPART) announces NOK 81,5 million as available funds in order to promote the development of long-term relations between Norwegian higher education and research institutions and high-quality academic environments/research groups in the eight priority countries Japan, Brazil, Canada, China, India, Russia, South Africa or(…)