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  • Scholarships available now in Slovakia


    Slovak secondary schools and universities can now apply for more than €710,000 in grants to boost cooperation with educational institutions in Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through exchanges of staff and students.

  • Second round of Polish scholarships


    The €13.4 million Polish Scholarship and Training Fund, jointly set up by Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Poland to enhance educational cooperation and boost student exchanges, opens a second round of grants on 1 October.

  • A hectic season for the EEA and Norway Grants


    So far, projects worth more than €700 million have been approved under the EEA and Norway Grants. By 30 April 2009, projects and funds amounting to an additional €400 million in grants are expected to be approved. Over the coming months there will be hectic activity on many sides to bring the current grant schemes to an end and prepare for new ones.

  • Scholarships to bring Polish scholars home


    Poland’s €1.2 million HOMING programme supports 47 projects that aim to encourage young Polish scientists to return to Poland after an extended research stay abroad.

  • Norwegian Foreign Minister visits Estonian project


    Estonia's efforts to combat communicable diseases such as HIV and AIDS are supported through the Norway Grants. This week Norway's Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre visited one of the four Estonian projects targeting communicable diseases.

  • Transforming neighbourhoods in Portugal


    In April 2008, the EEA Grants set off its €3.8 million share of a close to €100 million complex project to combat social exclusion and initiate social change in deprived urban areas in Portugal.

  • Portugal - Open call for individual project proposals


    On 10 February 2006, Portugal launched an open call making over 12.2 million euros available for individual project applications under the EEA Financial Mechanism established by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The deadline for submission of applications is 10 May 2006.