Kick-off conference for the FINNUT programme

The Research Council invites all interested parties to the launch of the new Programme for Research and Innovation in the Educational Sector (FINNUT).
Over the next 10 years the programme will provide a total of NOK 700 million in funding for research and innovation that renews and strengthens Norwegian educational research. 

The seminar will present the objectives and priorities of the new programme, as well as results and experiences from ongoing research projects. A debate on innovation in the education sector will be held, and the calls for proposals for the 12 February 2014 deadline will be presented.

The FINNUT programme is announcing funding of NOK 160 million for new projects in the programme’s thematic priority areas.

Space at the seminar is limited, so confirmation of registration will be preliminary only. Final confirmation of participation will be sent out in early January.

To read more and register for the seminar, please click here.

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