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 News / 2015

SEK 4.6 million to research collaborations with Brazil

Published 2015-02-27

STINT invests SEK 4.6 million in research projects within the Joint Brazilian-Swedish Research Collaboration programme for the time period 2015-2019. CAPES will provide funding for the Brazilian side. 

After completed peer review processes in Brazil and Sweden, it was jointly decided by STINT and CAPES to fund the following projects:



Collaborating part






Olle Björneholm

Institutionen för fysik och astronomi


Arnaldo de Brito


Hjalmar Brismar

Skolan för teknikvetenskap


Cristofo Scavone

University of São Paulo

Hjalmar Fors

Avd för vetenskapshistoria


Silvia Irene Waisse de Priven

Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo

Svante Prado
Institutionen för ekonomi och samhälle


Renato Perim Colistete
University of São Paulo
Lars Borin
Institutionen för svenska språket
GU Tiago Timponi Torrent
Federal University of Juiz de Fora
Glenn Svensson
Biologiska institiutionen
LU Paulo Zerbin
Federal University of Paraná
Marie Carlen
Institutionen för neurovetenskap
KI João Pereira Leite
University of São Paulo


Welcome to Strategic Grants for Internationalisation Seminar

The seminar March 7th facilitates the sharing of experiences when it comes to strategic international-isation. All people involved in such internationalization are welcome. 

STINT & RJ launch: Sweden-Japan 150 Anniversary Grants

To celebrate the 150-year anniversary of diplomatic relations between Sweden and Japan, the Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT) and the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences (RJ) launch a special call for applications.

STINT invests 10 MSEK in four strategic internationalisation projects

STINT’s board has decided to invest 10 000 000 SEK in four projects within the Strategic Grants for Internationalisation programme for the time period 2017–2020.

Sweden has three international universities in the top category

STINT Internationalisation Index indicates how international the universities in Sweden are. This year three universities are in the top category of internationalisation. Last year´s prize winner Stockholm School of Economics is now accompanied by Chalmers and KTH.