Reisestøtte for næringsrettet bilateralt samarbeid utenfor Europa (Norwegian only)

Reisestøtte for næringsrettet bilateralt samarbeid utenfor Europa (Norwegian only)

Forskningsrådet støtter reiser og deltakelse på arrangementer for økt næringsrettet FoU-samarbeid med Brasil, Canada, India, Japan, Kina, Russland, Sør-Afrika og USA. Det forutsetter at søker allerede har eller har hatt et næringsrettet prosjekt i Forskningsrådet. Søkerne vil være norske bedrifter eller FoU-institusjoner med pågående eller nylig avsluttede prosjekter i Forskningsrådets næringsrettede portefølje. Reisestøtten skal gå(…)

Post-doctoral Research Fellowship in Global Arctic Studies

Post-doctoral Research Fellowship in Global Arctic Studies

One Post-doctoral Research Fellowship within Global Arctic Studies is available in the Department of Sociology, Political Science and Community Planning at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway (UiT). The position is affiliated with the Barents Chair in Politics. The appointment is a fixed-term position for a period of three years. The(…)

Passionate juggling

Passionate juggling

Passion is often equated with a single-minded devotion to a particular discipline, but surely many a student has discovered that it is often not so: one can be passionate about many things simultaneously, which makes life a puzzle of how to combine or juggle them. For Synne Olsen, currently Sponsorship Team Leader in Plan International(…)

Strengthening polar research cooperation between Norway and Japan – Japan-Norway Arctic Science and Innovation Week 2016

Norway and Japan share common interests in the Arctic and collaborate closely on research activities. Increased cooperation will be in focus when Japan-Norway Arctic Science and Innovation Week kicks off in Tokyo at the beginning of June. The countries also have shared interests in the areas of shipping and management of marine resources. Sustainability will be(…)

Apply for funding through the High North Programme 2013-2018 by SIU

The High North Programme supports collaboration between higher education institutions in Norway and institutions in Japan, Canada, China, Russia, the Republic of Korea and the United States in order to increase knowledge about the High North. The total budget for the High North Programme is NOK 53 million from 2013-2018. The programme has three project categories:(…)

Doctoral Research Fellowship in Japanese Studies at the University of Oslo

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,(…)

Global Science Course (GSC) at University of Tokyo

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”.(…)

INTPART announces NOK 81,5 million funding for partnerships with Japan and eight other countries!

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(…)

International conference at UiO: “Every Picture Tells A Story – The Visualization of Japanese History”

How has the images and interpretations of the most outstanding periods and personages in Japanese history changed during the modern periods? At the 10th and 11th of March, the University of Oslo hosts the international conference “Every Picture Tells A Story – The Visualization of Japanese History” where this is the central question. Titles of(…)

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