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Programme for Research and Innovation in the Educational Sector (FINNUT)

Deadline Announcement
Open-ended Funding for Personal Overseas Research Grants and Personal Visiting Researcher Grants under the FINNUT programme Choose
13.02.2019
13:00 CET
Planned
Up to NOK 45 million for research on the effects of interventions to promote quality in early childhood education and care and primary education Choose
13.02.2019
13:00 CET
Planned
Up to NOK 15 million is available for a research-based evaluation of the structural reform in the higher education sector Choose
10.04.2019
13:00 CEST
Planned
NOK 90 million for Researcher Projects about and for the educational sector Choose

Objectives:

The FINNUT programme works to develop knowledge of high quality and relevance for policy development, the public administration, the field of practice and the individual, and promotes scientific renewal in research and innovation in the educational sector.

Education plays an important role in an individual’s health, quality of life, social engagement, social integration and affiliation with working life. A high level of knowledge and expertise is crucial to the innovation capacity and competitiveness of industry as well as the sustainability of the welfare state, the formation of public opinion and democracy.

The quality and relevance of education must be strengthened to better equip children, young people and adults to meet future challenges in society and working life.

The FINNUT programme will provide funding to research and innovation activities within the following thematic priority areas:

A: Learning processes, assessment forms and learning outcomes;
B: Practice, professional practice and competence-development;
C: Governance, management, organisation and achievement of results;
D: Education, society and working life.

Projects with funding

These projects have been awarded funding under the FINNUT programme thus far. The overview provides a summary and other key information of relevance for each project. (The overview may contain information in Norwegian.)

This programme/activity normally accepts grant applications from:

Norwegian research organisations (see the document Definition and specification of the concept "research organisation" in the column at the right-hand side of the page).

Entities and/or groups of entities within the central government and municipalities/counties that carry out public administration and service provision within the educational sector and organisations representing the educational sector or its users. The entities may be publicly or privately owned, but they must be approved by the education authorities and subject to regulations under the Ministry of Education and Research.

Duration:

2014–2023

Overall budget:

The annual budget framework for the programme is roughly NOK 160 million.

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