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Still money for mobility grants

Does your project need an outsider’s perspective and international partners? Then you should apply for a mobility grant in educational research.
Date: 18.10.2016

Videos and presentations from information meeting on Visjon2030

The Research Council is launching a call for innovation projects and formative dialogue research aiming to help combat poverty. Here are the presentations from the meeting on June 21st.
Date: 13.09.2016

New funding mechanism to help combat poverty

Through the new funding mechanism Visjon2030 there will be a call for innovation projects in education and health aiming to help combat poverty, and a call on formative dialogue reseach to follow the innovation projects from start to end. Welcome to an information meeting 21 June.
Date: 16.06.2016

Outlines for innovation projects with the aim to reduce poverty

Call for outlines with deadline 17 February. The VISJON2030 initiative is to contribute to poverty reduction by developing and scaling up innovative solutions that promote achievement of the new UN Sustainable Development Goals for education and health.
Date: 28.01.2016

5 Researcher projects and 4 Young Research Talent projects granted

FINNUT has granted approx. NOK 83 million for new Researcher projects and new Young Research Talent projects.
Date: 08.01.2016

Winning formula for science teaching

Over the next three years, 2 000 teachers in Norway will be learning a new model for teaching science. The new method will focus on pupils’ understanding a few key principles as a framework for exploration.
Date: 13.09.2016

Great interest in the FINNUT call

159 applications were submitted to the FINNUT calls for the 12 February deadline. – This is far more than we expected, says programme coordinator Ane Marte Rasmussen.
Date: 13.02.2014

Ambitious new educational research programme

The Research Council of Norway’s new Programme for Research and Innovation in the Educational Sector (FINNUT) will allocate a total of NOK 700 million over a 10-year period.
Date: 24.01.2014

New programme with a diverse portfolio

The programme board of the new educational research programme is already underway with the implementation of the new work programme.
Date: 11.12.2013

Educational research programmes to merge

The Research Council of Norway is combining its two educational research programmes: the Programme for Practice-based Educational Research (PRAKUT) and the Programme for Norwegian Educational Research towards 2020 (UTDANNING2020).
Date: 05.12.2013