(Photo: Magdalena Tomasik) Spring in Faroe IslandsUArctic is launching a MobilityDK pilot model, which provides travel support for student, teacher, and researcher mobility activities.

MobilityDK is a part of the UArctic Danish Mobility Project, the goal of which is to support mobility for the Kingdom of Denmark's Arctic education activities, and mobility from the Kingdom of Denmark to Arctic educational activities in different areas of the Arctic through the UArctic network.

Financial grants are being offered in two separate categories. Teaching and research staff as well as students mobility provides financial support from and to Danish, Greenlandic and Faroese members of UArctic.

The goal of the mobility is to support broad institutional networking within UArctic, contributing to the development of mobility agreements, joint research projects, joint education programs, and activities of Thematic Networks.

Furthermore, the staff mobility is to promote initiation of new Thematic Networks with engagement from Danish, Greenlandic and Faroese institutions.

The goal of the mobility is to support broad institutional networking within UArctic, contributing to the development of mobility agreements, joint research projects, joint education programs, and activities of Thematic Networks. Furthermore, the staff mobility is to promote initiation of new Thematic Networks with engagement from Danish, Greenlandic and Faroese institutions.

The deadline for applications is August 15th 2013 and all decisions will be made by August 30th.

MobilityDK is a pilot program to provide with financial support for mobility of students, teachers and researchers within the Kingdom of Denmark.

The model is supported by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation.

For more information and to apply, please visit the UArctic website.

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