EEA and Norway Grants

EEA and Norway Grants

EEA and Norway Grants Bilateral Scholarship Programme brings opportunity for international project cooperation and mobilities in Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland.

 

Beneficiaries

Closing Conference, Scholarship programme CZ07, EEA and Norway grants

Supported projects

Grant support within  Fund for bilateral relations at programme level Measure B CZ07

Fund for Bilateral Relations at National Level

Modification of projects

Experiences of beneficiaries

Practical information

 

 

Closing Conference, Scholarship programme CZ07, EEA and Norway grants

We would like to invite you to Closing Conference, Scholarship programme CZ07, EEA and Norway grants, which will be held on December 7, 2016 in Prague at the Masarykova kolej, Thákurova 550/1. For more information use link HERE.  

 


Supported projects

The list of supported projects and individual mobilities within Call 2014A is to be found here, within Call 2014B is to be found here, within Call 2015A is to be found here and within Call 2015B is to be found here.

 


Grant support within  Fund for bilateral relations at programme level Measure B CZ07

 Study trip for beneficiaries and other representatives of institutions within CZ07 (EEA and Norway Grants) on the topic: “Teaching, Didactics and Environmental Issues in Bilateral Cooperation in Education”

- Held on October 10-14, 2016 in Norway

The study trip has the aim to contribute to the development and strengthening of bilateral relations between the institutions in the Czech Republic and the Donor States at the occasion of the discussion of topics of common interest related to the field of teaching, didactics and environmental issues in bilateral cooperation. The participants of the study trip will be enabled to visit the partner institutions in Norway and get to know the representatives of the partner institutions, whose project have been supported within the EEA and Norway Grants (Programme CZ07). Furthermore, there will be concrete examples of project partnerships related to the topic presented at the occasion of the study trip. The participants of the study trip will have the opportunity to establish and/or strengthen their contacts with institutions dealing with these or similar topics and, last but not least, to share practical experience with project cooperation, including its benefits for both the project promoter, project partners and the bilateral relations between the Czech Republic and the Donor States.

The programme of the Study Trip HERE.

The text of the Call HERE.

Registration form to be found HERE.

 

Study trip for beneficiaries and other representatives of institutions within CZ07 (EEA and Norway Grants) on the topic: “Bilateral Cooperation in Teaching and Education”  

- Held on September 26 - 30 in Iceland  

The study trip has the aim to contribute to the development and strengthening of bilateral relations between the institutions in the Czech Republic and the Donor States at the occasion of the discussion of topics of common interest related to the field of teaching and education. The participants of the study trip will be enabled to visit the partner institutions in Iceland and get to know the representatives of the partner institutions, whose project have been supported within the EEA and Norway Grants (Programme CZ07). Furthermore, there will be concrete examples of project partnerships related to the topic presented at the occasion of the study trip. The participants of the study trip will have the opportunity to establish and/or strengthen their contacts with institutions dealing with these or similar topics and, last but not least, to share practical experience with project cooperation, including its benefits for both the project promoter, project partners and the bilateral relations between the Czech Republic and the Donor States.

The programme of the Study Trip HERE.

The text of the Call HERE.

Registration has been closed.

 

Promoting participation on the seminar Outreach Event on 10 June in Brussels for final beneficiaries within CZ07

DZS (Centre for international cooperation in education) informs of the possibility of support for the final beneficiaries within CZ07 of approved projects and their project partners at the seminar, which will take place on 10th June 2016 in Brussels. The aim of the seminar is to inform about the results of the program and vision of the future set of the program in its upcoming third stage. Participation in the seminar will contribute to the networking opportunities at the international level, the sharing of experiences and good practices. Supported will be participation of maximal two representatives from the Czech Republic and their partners from Norway (ie a maximum of 4 persons) from the Fund for bilateral cooperation at the program level (CZ07). To participants will be reimbursed the travel expenses (real expenses up to 25 000 CZK per person) and accommodation expenses in order to ensure their participation on the seminar.

Those interested in supporting participation in the seminar can register via the link below to 05/12/2016.

Registration form to be found HERE.

Invitation to the seminar HERE.

For more information about the seminar:

http://siu.no/eng/About-SIU/Events/2016/EEA-and-Norway-Grants-Scholarship-Programme-seminar-in-Brussel-10-June-2016

 

 Study trip in Norway on the topic Bilateral Cooperation in the field of Technology” supported by Fund For Bilateral Cooperation at Programme Level (Measure B) within EEA and Norway Grants (CZ07)

-          to be held on June 13-17, 2016 in Norway (Bergen, Stavanger a Trondheim)

The study trip has the aim to contribute to the development and strengthening of bilateral relations between the institutions in the Czech Republic and the Donor States at the occasion of the discussion of topics of common interest related to the field of technology.  The participants of the study trip will be enabled to visit the partner institutions in Norway and get to know the representatives of the partner institutions, whose project have been supported within the EEA and Norway Grants (Programme CZ07). Furthermore, there will be concrete examples of project partnerships related to the topic presented at the occasion of the study trip. The participants of the study trip will have the opportunity to establish and/or strengthen their contacts with institutions dealing with these or similar topics and, last but not least, to share practical experience with project cooperation, including its benefits for both the project promoter, project partners and the bilateral relations between the Czech Republic and the Donor States.

The programme of the Study Trip HERE.

The text of the Call HERE.

The link for registration is to be found HERE.

  

Seminar for beneficiaries and other representatives of institutions within CZ07 (EEA and Norway Grants) on the topic: “Environmental Issues in Bilateral Cooperation in Education”

Dům zahraniční spolupráce would like to invite you for a seminar on the topic „Environmental Issues in Bilateral Cooperation in Education“, which will take place on 28 April 2016 in Brno. The target group of the seminar are the beneficiaries within the Scholarship Programme in the Czech Republic (CZ07) and other representatives of institution in the Czech Republic and the Donor States. The seminar has the aim to contribute to the development and strengthening of bilateral relations between the institutions in the Czech Republic and the Donor States at the occasion of the discussion of topic of common interest related to environmental topics handled in bilateral project cooperation.

The text of the Call is to be found HERE and programme of the seminar is to be found HERE.

The link for registration is to be found HERE.

 

Seminar for beneficiaries within CZ07 (EEA and Norway Grants) held on November 12, 2015 in Prague

During the Seminar for beneficiaries within CZ07 (EEA and Norway Grants), which was held on November 12, 2015 in Prague, supported projects TIME, Education collaboration in mechanical engineering a project METMAS from VUT v Brně were presented.

Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic representative introduced Fond pro bilaterální spolupráci na národní úrovni and programme areas, EEA and Norway Grants representatives prepared preliminary programme evaluation. Explained the procedure of project change request and final report submission.

 


Fund for Bilateral Relations at National Level

Fund for bilateral relations at National Level: 3rd Call Re-Opened

Based on the reallocation within the programme CZ01 (Technical Assistance and Bilateral Fund), the Ministry of Finance – National Focal Point, which is the Fund Operator, re-opens on 8 July 2016 the 3rd Call within the Fund for bilateral relations at National Level. It is possible to submit applications for funding.

Further information:

http://www.eeagrants.cz/cs/programy/cz01-technicka-asistence-a-bilateralni-f/fond-pro-bilateralni-spolupraci/vyzvy-k-predkladani-navrhu/2014/vyhlaseni-3-vyzvy-k-predkladani-zadosti-1668

General information regarding Fund:

http://www.eeagrants.cz/en/programmes/cz01-technical-assistance-bilateral-fund/bilateral-fund-at-national-level/cz01-news

 


Modification of projects

For modification of projects please follow Guide for applicants and beneficiaries.

Project change request is submitted via IS CEDR. Project change request procedure to be found HERE.

 


Experiences of beneficiaries

As beneficiaries experiences we would like to introduce projekt mobilit 1. LF Univerzity Karlovy , projekt institucionální spolupráce Fakulty strojní ČVUT v Praze and projekt institucionální spolupráce METMAS Vysokého učení technického v Brně (VUT) a Univerzity v Agderu (UiA)

Interview with EEA and Norway grants beneficiary to be found HERE.

Information about the EEA and Norway grants programme to be found in newsletter Mozaika.

Compendium of Projects

The Compendium of Projects introduces the 77 projects supported under the 4 calls for projects in 2014 and 2015.The purpose of this publication is to show the contribution of these projects to the enhancement of human capital and knowledge base and support of bilateral cooperation, through the bilateral partnerships and results delivered by the projects. The projects were supported across various academic fields: humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, formal sciences and professions and applied sciences. The Compendium is intended as a tool for promoting good practices of cooperation, encouraging future cooperation with new partners. The Compendium to be downloaded HERE.

 


Practical information

If you need to modify your project/ mobility, please see instuctions in Guide for applicants and beneficiaries.

The modification request is to be submitted via IS CEDR, see the instructions here.