International Mobility of Researchers in the Baltic Sea Region

International Mobility of Researchers in the BSRThe Baltic Science Network has published a report entitled "International Mobility of Researchers in the Baltic Sea Region" written by Tom Schumacher at Kiel University. The main part of the study consists of a synoptic overview over mobility flows in the BSR and individual analyses of patterns of researcher exchange on a country by country basis. The only career stage of researchers, at which data concerning international mobility exist almost completely for all BSR countries, is that of doctoral students.
For further information please see Baltic Science Network (BSN) web site.

Humboldt Scholarships

Humboldt Foundation Bonn, GermanyHumboldt Scholarships for Baltic University Programme Member Universities for Post-Doctoral Training on Sustainable Development in Germany

Staff from universities which are members of the Baltic University Programme (BUP) have an opportunity to apply for scholarships offered by the Humboldt Foundation, for Post-Doctoral Training in Germany on sustainable development issues.
You may submit an application if you are a researcher from outside Germany with above average qualifications, at the beginning of your academic career and only completed your doctorate in the last four years.
A Humboldt Research Fellowship for postdoctoral researchers allows you to carry out long-term research (6-24 months) in Germany. Applicants choose their own topic of research.

Read more: Humboldt Scholarships

Baltic Rim Economies Review 4 - 2016

Baltic Rim Economies Review 4 - 2016In the latest issue of the BRE 4/2016 you may read about:

  • Jaak Aaviksoo: Baltic Rim universities: excellence, economic growth and future challenges
  • Lars Rydén: University cooperation in the Baltic Sea region – after 25 years
  • Zane Šime: CBSS science, innovation and research agenda: a promising start for accelerated cooperation
  • and much more

The journal is published by Turku School of Economics. Editor-in-Chief: Kari Liuhto.