Second call for full proposals for the INTERREG NPA 2021-2027 Programme

The Interreg NPA 2021-2027 Second Call for main project applications is open from 5th October to 5th December 2022 12:00 CET (noon). The call is open for all Priorities: More info at call page: Second Call Interreg NPA 2021-2027 (interreg-npa.eu)

Victoria Foundation Grants for Female Swedish speaking Doctoral Students

The Victoria Foundation invites applications only from Swedish Speaking Female Doctoral candidates for its research grants. Grant is meant for one year full-time studies leading to a doctoral degree. More info: Forskarstipendier – Victoriastiftelsen

Nordforsk call for proposals – NOS-HS Project Grants

The Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) Project Grants is now open. Available budget is NOK 45 million and the call deadline is 15 November 2022. Call for proposals: NOS-HS Project Grants | NordForsk Call details: NOS-HS Project Grants – Insights (nordforsk.org)

International Networking Conference for PhD students in Psychology (INCPP) ,  

INCPP is an online conference (November 24-25, 2022 ) aimed towards doctoral students in the field of psychology. The aim of the conference is to stimulate international collaboration and exchange. Participants will be able to learn more about international collaborations, meet other PhD students within their field of research and talk about their research from anContinue reading “International Networking Conference for PhD students in Psychology (INCPP) ,  “

Seminar series for Arctic doctoral candidates

Three Arctic Five Graduate Schools The Arctic in a Changing World (University of Lapland), Changing Arctic (UiT The Arctic University of Norway) and Arctic Graduate School with a focus on Sustainable Development (Umeå University) are planing a joint seminar series. Starting in September, one Thursday a month between 12-14 Swedish and Norwegian time / 13-15Continue reading “Seminar series for Arctic doctoral candidates”

Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy course, Spring 2020

Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy is an international master’s level course that has been developed and implemented in collaboration between the universities of Luleå, Oulu, Rovaniemi, Tromsö and Umeå. The collaboration means that various experts from each of the collaborating Nordic universities have not only created the course together, but also that they will teach in differentContinue reading “Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy course, Spring 2020”