Here we can see, “Mobility Grant for Norwegian Language and Literature”
International students planning to pursue a master’s degree at the Norwegian Institute are eligible for the Mobility Grant for Norwegian Language and Literature. The mobility grant is given to Master’s and Ph.D. candidates who have chosen Norwegian language or Norwegian literature as the subject of their dissertation and who are studying at institutions with a department of Nordic/Scandinavian studies that are located outside of Norway. The grant must be used for fieldwork related to the dissertation in Norway.
The length of the mobility grant is one month minimum and three months maximum. The applicant must give information on a tutor at this institution who has agreed to tutor the student throughout his or her stay in Norway. The fieldwork must be undertaken at a Norwegian higher educational/research institution. The award is granted as a financial aid to help with the costs associated with the research stay in Norway.
- Level of Study: Masters, PhD
- Institution(s): Norwegian Institute
- Study in: Norway
- Courses Offered:
- Program Period: Maximum of three months.
- Deadline: March 25, 2022
The benefits of receiving a Mobility Grant for Norwegian Language and Literature include:
- In addition to the award for board and lodging, a new, unique trip grant is established.
- Travel grant (fixed rates):
NOK 2,000 for travel from countries in Europe.
NOK 3,000 for travel from St. Petersburg and Moscow in Russia.
Travel from other Russian cities, countries in Eurasia, and nations outside of Europe will cost NOK 5,000.
Grant for board and lodging:
- The award, which is worth NOK 11.020 per month, is based on the basic assistance rates established by the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund.
You must meet the following criteria in order to be eligible for the Norwegian Language and Literature Mobility Grant:
- Required Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All World Countries
- The Mobility grant is given to master’s and doctoral students who have chosen Norwegian language or Norwegian literature as the subject of their dissertation and are studying in institutions with a Department for Nordic/Scandinavian studies outside of Norway. The grant must be used for fieldwork related to the dissertation in Norway.
- The Norwegian Studies Abroad Program Committee will evaluate the applications.
- The results of the applications will be sent to the applicants.
- Reporting: Within a month of the conclusion of the fieldwork, a report must be provided. A report form will be accessible in Espresso’s “My tasks” section.
- Who may not apply:
• Bachelor students.
• Students who have previously grants from Diku (SIU) for the same project with the same education level.
• Students with Norwegian citizenship, studying at Master or ph.D. level at an institution outside Norway.
Read the Guidelines for the Mobility grant for Norwegian Language and Literature.
How to Apply?
To apply for this grant, please follow these steps:
- The Mobility grant guidelines for Norwegian language and literature are available for download and reading.
- Create a project description, then get in touch with a tutor and a Norwegian university.
- Fill complete the Espresso online application form. Norwegian or English can be used to submit the application.
- Obligatory attachments:
- A letter of recommendation from the professor at your alma mater
- A letter of personal invitation from the Norwegian organisation
- Apply before the yearly cutoff date of March 25th, 2021.
- The Norwegian Studies Abroad Program Committee will evaluate your application.
- About May time, the applicant will be informed of the results of their application.
Visit the official website to learn more about the Mobility Grant for Norwegian Language and Literature.