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2135- Scholarship programmes for Doctoral-level studies and research in Finland


Applicant: a Finnish university department Who: a doctoral student or a young researcher from outside Finland Purpose: initial funding for completing a doctoral research project in Finland, completion of a double degree or a study visit on exceptionally compelling reasons Applicants Applications can only be submitted by representatives of Finnish universities who wish to host foreign scholarship holders and commit to shared goals with them. While the application is submitted by the host institution, the scholarship is awarded as a personal grant to the foreign postgraduate student or young researcher. Post-doctorate research will not be funded. The applicant should have no more than one application being processed at a time. The number of EDUFI Fellowships previously granted to the hosting department may restrict receiving new grants at the same time Who can apply and for whom? You can apply for the fellowship grant if

•you work as a researcher or a teacher in a Finnish university department

•you will be hosting the research fellow

•you will commit to common objectives with the research fellow

•you will offer facilities and equipment for the use of the research fellow

•you will supervise the research.

You can apply for a fellowship for a non-Finnish post-graduate (post Master’s degree) student or a young researcher that you will invite to Finland or who has been in Finland for a maximum of one year before applying for the fellowship. The EDUFI Fellowship is available to all foreign nationals and all fields of study.

The scholarship programme seeks to increase mobility to Finland, to support the internationalisation of research and teaching and to foster links between Finnish and foreign universities. The scholarship is meant for foreign Doctoral level students/researchers to be invited to Finland or who have not resided in Finland more than 1 year at the time of applying.

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