The programme agreement for the Portuguese Blue Growth Innovation and SMEs programme was signed on 15 May 2019
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The programme agreement for the Polish Education programme was signed on 8 March 2019.
Romania and Iceland are coming together to drive higher quality research and encourage research careers among young talents.
Investment in research, education and innovation is key to growth and job creation in Europe, making it a major focus in European and national strategies. Through the EEA and Norway Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway support research and scholarship cooperation with twelve countries in Europe.
A joint Spanish-Norwegian research project aiming to use nanotechnology in developing cost-effective materials for use in solar cells and batteries has laid the foundation for future cooperation between Spanish and Norwegian researchers.
How can electricity be produced in an environmentally friendly way? Researchers from the Czech Republic and Iceland are working together to strengthen research on clean energy and environmentally friendly technologies.
A new environment, new culture, new language, new friends – studying abroad can truly be a life changing experience. With the EEA Grants, Spanish students have the opportunity to experience student life in Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.
Tereza Češková is a Ph.D. student of Educational Science at the Faculty of Education of Masaryk University in Brno. She is likewise one of the around 130 Czech students participating in exchange studies with support through the Grants.
For the fourth and final interview in our ‘Meet the exchange students’ series we hear from 23 year old Natalia Dąbrowska who, with the help of the Polish Scholarship programme, made one of her biggest dreams come true and embarked on a journey to Iceland.
For the next interview in our 'Meet the exchange students' series we meet 24 year old Michal Haida. Michal is pursuing an MSc in Science at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice. With support from the Grants, he packed his bags and moved to Trondheim for a six month traineeship at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)