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International Network Programme

2018.05.16 | Yvonne Eskildsen-Helmond

International Network Programme

The International Network Programme (INP) is aimed at giving researchers from both the public and the private sector an opportunity to establish networks with researchers from selected countries outside the EU of strategic priority to the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education.

The Agency has established the programme with the ambition of increasing the internationalisation of Danish research and the level of cooperation between R&D institutions in Denmark and the selected countries, through projects funded under the Programme. 
Funding is awarded to projects where there is not already an established collaboration between the project partners. The aim of the programme is to give researchers an opportunity to build the foundation for future cooperation and to explore new research partnerships of a potentially high value. Please note: applications where project partners have previously published and/or carried out research activities together will not be eligible for funding.
Grants may be awarded to projects between researchers from Denmark and one or more of the following selected countries: China (incl. Hong Kong), India, Israel, Japan, USA, Brazil, Turkey, South Africa and the Republic of Korea. For applications with an Arctic focus, partner countries, may also include Canada, Russia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Greenland and/or the Faroe Islands.

An amount of approx. 11 million DKK, hereof approx. 1 million DKK for applications with Artic partner countries, has been reserved for this call for applications (including overhead/administration expenses). Depending on the quality of the applications received, the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education reserves the right to allocate only part of the funding available. 
Each project can be supported with a maximum amount of up to DKK 200.000 excluding overhead/administration expenses.

The application deadline is May 16, 2018

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Funding opportunities
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