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Postdoktorstipend til Japan (Norwegian only)

Postdoktorstipend til Japan (Norwegian only)

Forskningsrådet lyser ut to postdoktorstipend il Japan innen humaniora, samfunnsvitenskap, naturvitenskap eller teknologi på vegne av Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). Søknadsfrist: 23.11.2016 13:00 CET JSPS-programmet skal bidra til å etablere og utvide kontakten mellom norske og japanske forskningsinstitusjoner. Forskerutvekslingen bygger på en samarbeidsavtale mellom Japan Society for the Promotion of Science(…)

Stipendiatstilling ved Innovasjon Norges kontor i Tokyo for høsten 2016

Stipendiatstilling ved Innovasjon Norges kontor i Tokyo for høsten 2016

Innovasjon Norges Tokyo kontor vil på vegne av SIU for høsten 2016 engasjere en stipendiat til å arbeide med å styrke det norsk-japanske utdanningssamarbeidet. Gjennom denne stipendiatstillingen tilbys norske studenter praksisplass for en periode på maksimum 6 måneder. Målsettingen er å gi stipendiaten innblikk i hvordan norske utdanningsinstitusjoner arbeider med å fremme utdanningssamarbeid internasjonalt samt(…)

UTFORSK partnership programme – apply for funding of joint projects between higher education institutions!

UTFORSK partnership programme – apply for funding of joint projects between higher education institutions!

The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) has issued a call for applications for funding of joint projects between higher education institutions in Norway and Japan, Brazil, China, India, Russia and South Africa under the UTFORSK Partnership Programme. There are two categories you can apply for: Long-term project cooperation with a project period(…)

NorAlumni Japan Gathering on June 10th

NorAlumni Japan Gathering on June 10th

How do you prepare yourself for an international career? Where do you start? On June 10th, a NorAlumni Japan gathering will be held at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo covering this topic. International students with a “Global mindset” are increasingly attractive to companies that are in the process of improving their competitiveness in demanding(…)

Students met Innovation Norway’s CEO at the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo

Students met Innovation Norway’s CEO at the Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo

Innovation Norway in Tokyo was lucky enough to receive Anita Krohn Traaseth, CEO of Innovation Norway, as a visitor last week. During her visit, we invited 12 students to meet Traaseth to talk about importance of international knowledge and internships. A diverse group of Norwegian and Japanese students attended, everything from exchange or fulltime bachelor, master and PhD(…)

Alumni Gathering at Embassy of Japan in Norway

Alumni Gathering at Embassy of Japan in Norway

The Embassy of Japan in Norway invites Noralumni members to an alumni event at the residence of Ambassador Kunukata in Oslo. Please see the following message for more information. Dear friend of Japan, On a regular interval, the Embassy of Japan hosts gatherings for former exchange students and other friends of Japan. This is because(…)

Call for abstracts: European Research Day 2016

Call for abstracts: European Research Day 2016

The European Research Day, 25 November 2016, organized by EURAXESS Japan aims to bring together the European researchers community currently based in Japan. It will be a one-day workshop featuring presentations by European researchers, discussion panels on issues of relevance for Japan-Europe mobility and research cooperation, and a networking reception. Interested researchers can participate through an(…)

Applicants are now being accepted for the 12th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship.

Applicants are now being accepted for the 12th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship.

With the goals of further strengthening the fundamentals of international research into Japan and deepening understanding of Japan, the Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship invites leading international researchers of the Japanese language, Japanese language education, Japanese literature and Japanese culture to Japan to conduct residential research. Researchers working within these fields who reside outside Japan(…)

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