Call for applications:Baltic Research Programme 2019

The Ministry of Education and Science of Estonia in cooperation with Archimedes Foundation publishes the call for applications funded through the Baltic Research Programme funding higher education cooperation projects, as well as learning mobilities.

The Baltic Research Programme is funded from the grants of the European Economic Area (EEA) Financial Mechanism 2014-2021. The program supports cooperation projects and mobility within the higher education sector. The total funding of the scolarships for the Baltic Reasearch Programme is 1 183 000 euros.

The objective of the cooperation projects is to contribute to development of curricula and teaching methods (intellectual output), also create possibilities for mobility windows or contribute to the integration of higher education and the world of work. Another objective is to exchange positive experiences with teaching methods and enable short-term study mobility for students. The projects must involve a minimum of two partners: one from Estonia and the other from a donor country. Cooperation projects can be submitted in all fields of higher education. Further information, the application form and other details can be found on the programme website.

Learning Mobility supports professional development of employees at partner higher education institutions in line with the strategic goals of internationalisation of higher education institutions, increase professional and teaching competence of employees, their innovation and ability to improve the quality of teaching and promote cooperation between Estonian and donor country higher education institutions. Mobility projects also increase participants' awareness of other cultures and support the emergence of international networks. At least two partner higher education institution must participate in a mobility project – one from Estonia and the other from a donor country. Further information, the application form and other details can be found on the programme website.

The deadline for submitting applications is 25 April 2019 at 16.00 (Estonian time). Applications submitted later than that are automatically considered ineligible.

Should you have any questions, feel free to send an email to eeagrants@archimedes.ee

 

Last updated: 25.02.2019
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