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SEK 4.5 million to Double Degree Programmes

Published 2015-06-25


STINT invests SEK 4.5 million in projects within STINT's new programme "Grants for Double Degree Programmes" for the time period 2015-2018. The recipients will co-fund the projects with at least an equal amount. 

After a completed peer review process, STINT has decided to fund the following projects:

Applicant

Collaborating institution

Faculty

University

Partner university

Country

Faculty of Engineering

LU

University of Queensland

Australia

Department of Civil, Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering

LTU

Harbin Institute of Technology

China

Department of Physics and Astronomy

UU

University of São Paolo

Brazil

Department of Engineering Science

HV

VIT University

India

Faculty of Medicine

UU

Makerere University

Uganda

Materials and manufacturing technology

CTH

Central South University

China

 

 
 
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