BUP for PhD Students

The Baltic University Programme have activities, grants and awards directed to PhD students and young scientists. Here you can find the latest calls and event invitations. Many of our activities are focusing on one or more of our 9 themes and are open for PhD students and researchers from BUP member universities. All the events are free of charge if you belong to a member university.

The BUP Mobility Grant 2020

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The Baltic University Programme’s Mobility Grant for Young Researchers aims to develop and strengthen the cooperation among young researchers in the Baltic Sea region.

The grants are intended to support young scholars in their research on sustainable development in the Baltic Sea Region. It is open to PhD students and Postdoc scholars from BUP Member Universities. All scientific diciplines are welcomed. Two grants are given on 3000€ each.

Deadline: 12th April, 23.59 (CET)

Read more and apply here
 

PhD Award 2020

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The Baltic University Programme's PhD Award, is given to a PhD work that is judged to be the most qualified according to the following criteria: inter-/multi disciplinary approach, novelty, innovation, and value for promoting sustainable development.

Supervisors nominate their PhD students, which must have defended their thesis at a BUP member university during the year 2019. The winner will receive a prize in the form of a diploma and a sum of up to 500€ to cover travel costs and/or accomodation for attending a research conference. 

Deadline: 12th April, 23.59 (CET)

Nominate your candidate here

BUP for PhD student & young researchers

BUP PhD Award

The BUP PhD Award is a distinction given to the author of what is judged to be the most qualified PhD work defended at any of the member universities belonging to the Baltic University Programme according to the following criteria: inter-/multi disciplinary approach, novelty, innovation, and value for promoting sustainable development. Any author that has defended his/her PhD thesis can be nominated. PhD thesis in all research fields, are welcome. Those having a focus on the Baltic Sea Region will be given priority in the assessment process.

Since 2018 the Award has two categories

  • Social Sciences and Humanities and
  • Natural Sciences and Engineering


BUP PhD Training

The BUP PhD Training is an annual event organized by the BUP Polish National Centre usually during one week in the autumn. The training program has its focus on sustainable development in an interdisciplinary, international, multicultural, and regional context, and is led by an international team of supervisors. The objective of the course is to give PhD students from the BUP network countries a possibility to meet and discuss scientific problems, and to receive response from an external mentor on their PhD thesis progress.

BUP Mobility Grant for Young Researchers

The main aim with BUP Mobility Grant for Young Researchers is to develop and strengthen the co-operation among young researchers in the Baltic Sea Region. The grant is intended to support young scholars from BUP Member Universities who's research promote sustainable development. The grant winner will be invited to present the research at a BUP conference, as an opportunity to disseminate results, ideas and create intra-network co-operation.