International Projects Unit aims to improve international research and educational cooperation.
We work together with NARFU scientists, students and stakeholders to identify projects eligible for financial support in various areas.
Our Unit initiates and coordinates international projects and provides information about potential funding opportunities by sharing news on open and upcoming funding calls.
Partnership within the international projects provides a foundation for the university to make its voice heard in a global context and to provide mobility and research opportunities. Project cooperation ensures that higher education and research are at the forefront of strengthening cross-border collaboration. The projects are to fund research on the most relevant issues, conferences where findings are to be discussed and recommendations made, publications to disseminate the results of the projects and transnational mobility of scientists to enable them to cooperate internationally and to internationalize their careers and activities.
The key thematic areas of international projects research are: energy, green technologies, health and wellbeing, safety, climate change, education, indigenous issues, regional development, digitization. The purpose is to foster common, more effective approaches to key international challenges.
More tasks of our activity:
- To improve university staff skills for project cycle management
- To analyze information on international challenges with a global dimension.