Call for Applications: Asia Programme 2020
Deadline: 17 August 2020
The National Board of Education’s Asia program finances educational co-operation projects between Finnish and Asian universities.
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EDUFI’s Education Cooperation of Asia operations provides funding for projects concerning education cooperation between higher education institutions in Asia deemed to be particularly important to Finland.
In 2020 the programme provides funding for cooperation with China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand & Vietnam.
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The programme supports cooperation projects between higher education institutions, aiming at internationalizing education. The Asia Programme application round 2020 is open to all disciplines. The project must aim for education cooperation at one or more different degree levels (first cycle, second cycle and/or doctoral studies).
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The programme funds projects that may concern one or more of the following forms of educational cooperation:
Joint study modules/courses
Collaboration with the world of work
Mobility initiatives (teacher, personnel, student and/or trainee mobility).
The funding is intended as seed funding, which permits launching of first-stage promising or innovative initiatives between higher education institutions. The funding may also be used to increase the depth of cooperation between higher education institutions to cover new disciplines or forms of operation.
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The maximum grant for an individual project is EUR 50,000
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Eligible projects must have as participants at least one higher education institution from Finland and one from an eligible target country (2020 China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand & Vietnam).
The application must be submitted as a whole (project plan and partners’ letters of intent) before the deadline through the state grant system.
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The application documents are:
Basic information of the project
Partners’ letters of intent
The application (incl. Project Plan) may be submitted in Finnish, Swedish or English languages. Partners’ letters of intent should be in English.
For more information, visit https://www.oph.fi/fi/ohjelmat/aasia-ohjelma