With the successful operations of CNARC fellowship program for the past three years, CNARC Secretariat is about to launch its Fellowship Program for Year 2017 - 2018. In this new round of application, fellowships shall be granted to 2 Nordic and 2 Chinese fellow candidates respectively, to advance their own research project that falls on CNARC’s research priorities or the themes of the 6th China-Nordic Arctic Cooperation Symposium (CNACS) to be hosted by Norwegian Polar Institute and Fridtjof Nansen Institute in collaboration with UiT The Arctic University of Norway in 2018, for a 1-2 month period in an institute within CNARC’s network. You are highly welcome to apply for this opportunity of academic exchanges. Also, it would be appreciated if you could circulate and recommend this opportunity to any research fellows and young scholars in your respective academic network, who might have an interest for such a program. To note that fellow candidates are supposed to submit their application no later than September 15th, 2017 along with a recommendation letter from a CNARC Member Institute. Successful candidates shall choose to conduct the fellowship during the following period: October 15th 2017 – May 31st 2018. More details related to the guideline, requirements, rewards, application form and contact information will be found in the documents attached.
CNARC Fellowship Program for Year 2017 - 2018
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