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There is funding available for both Norwegian and Japanese, and publications of new funding opportunities will also be posted on this page
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(…)
Are you Japanese and want to study in Norway, or Norwegian and want to study in Japan? If you’re over 20 years of age, why not apply for these two 200 000¥ study grants offered by the Norway-Japan society for 2016? The deadline is March 31st 2016. Click here for more info and how to(…)
Under the FOXCET program financed by NANO2021, three of six researchers from SINTEF, NTNU and UiO will go to Japan. At Tohoku University in Sendai, Kyushu University, and National Institute of Material Science (NIMS) respectively, they will do experiments, research, work and network with leading researchers, as well as strengthen institutional bonds in Norway and Japan. Read(…)
Japan is known for advanced robotics technology. Audun Sanderud from the Trondheim based robotics company PPM defended in January his PhD at Chuo University in Tokyo, a unique way to get closer to the Japanese market. In his research work Sanderud has looked at a novel approach to safe and productive Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC), “Responsible(…)
Have you finished writing a master’s thesis on a topic related to Asia in 2014, 2015 or 2016? Do you want to present it for an audience and receive feedback from professional commentators? This is your chance! On Wednesday the 23rd of March 2016 the Network of Asian Studies will hold a Master symposium. More(…)
The United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS) located in Tokyo, Japan, offers postgraduate degree programmes in sustainability and sustainability science. Check out the Master of Science (MSc) and the PhD programme! Want to apply? Click here.
Dear NorAlumni Japan members, We are happy to forward to you an invitation from the Embassy of Japan: —————————————————————————————————————————————————– Dear friend of Japan, On a regular interval, the Embassy of Japan hosts gatherings for former exchange students and other friends of Japan. Among the invited are former Monbusho/MEXT scholarship recipients, prize winners in the Embassy’s(…)
Internasjonaliseringskonferansen 2016 Internasjonaliseringskonferansen er den mest sentrale møteplassen for alle som jobber med internasjonalisering av høyere utdanning i Norge. Konferansen er en årlig begivenhet som arrangeres i samarbeid mellom SIU, universiteter og høyskoler. Målgruppen i hovedsak rettet mot norske universitet og høyskoler. IK har et faglig spennende program for alle som er interessert i internasjonalisering.(…)