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Research and Education

Student’s mobility to EEA countries

Programme Research and Education
Selection Open project
Competition title Project Call of Scholarships programme
Donorstate/international project partner Volda University College (Norway); University of Akureyri (Iceland)
Project national Nr. EEA-GRANT-202
GrACE project Nr. LV-RESEARCH-0014
Contract No. EEA-GRANT-202, 30.08.2021.
Contract Date 30.08.2021
Project title Student`s mobility to EEA countries
Project promoter Latvian Academy of Culture
Start of project eligibility 01.09.2021
Project end 31.08.2023
Total eligible costs 24 270.00€
Grant financing 20 629.50€
National co-financing 3 640.50€
Project status In implementation
Project goal/description The aim of the project is to give an opportunity to four students (BA or MA level) of the Latvian Academy of Culture to spend a semester at a foreign university (University of Akureyri and Volda University College). The partners participating in the project are long-standing partners. The implementation of the project will also help to implement the goals set in the Academy's Strategy regarding internationalization (students mobility).
Implementation place Visa Latvija

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