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Final round of EEA/Norway grants is open

10. March 2021 - 11:47

From today, 10th March, a funding round of EEA/Norway grants for higher education cooperation is open. Funding is aimed to support cooperation projects and mobility between higher education intuitions between Estonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Applications shall be sent to the Education and Youth Board by 10th May 2021 4PM (EET).

The objective of the EEA/Norway grants for higher education cooperation aims to develop skills and competences of students and staff through cooperation and mobility projects. Projects that support long-term bi- or multilateral cooperation, internationalisation of higher education, increase learning and teaching quality and provide students and staff International upskilling possibilities will be funded.

Mobility projects that enable International experiences for staff and other specialists will be supported, too. It is possible to apply for grant for a preparatory activities.

Additional information can be found here.

Current round is third and last. Eight projects have been funded in previous rounds. A sum of 400 500 euros will be allocated in this round. The total budget of the programme is 1,3 million euros.

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