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Middle East Mobility Grants

This call targets the initiation of academic collaborations with a highly dynamic and diverse region; the Middle East. As highlighted in a recent STINT report (R 17:01), several countries in the Middle East exhibit high growth in research.

The internationalisation of higher education and research is mainly based on concerted, long-term efforts. Sometimes however, it is important to be able to act quickly when the opportunity arises. In this call, STINT offers grants for this purpose. The grants are given for the implementation of short-term projects targeting the building of new and strategically interesting international relationships.

Applications must be submitted via STINT’s electronic application system before 15:00 CET May 17, 2018. Applications must be complete and written in English.

Please read the complete call text.
 

 
 
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