BUP for PhD Students

The Baltic University Programme have activities, grants and awards directed to PhD students and young scientists. Here you can description of the activities and the support the BUP offers to PhD students at our Participating Universities. All the events are free of charge if you belong to a Participating University.

The BUP's PhD Students Training

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The PhD students training is an opportunity for PhD students to meet and discuss scientific problems with a focus on sustainable development in an interdisciplinary, international, multicultural, and regional context. In this way, students will also get the opportunity to become acquainted with research work at other universities and their scientific traditions. The training program is based on an interdisciplinary approach.​

  • The 2021 PhD students training will take place 24-28 November 2021 Lodz University of Technology, Lodz in Poland.
  • Free of charge for PhD students from BUP Participating Universities (Cost for others 650€)

Application deadline for the 2021 PhD Students Training is: 20 October 2021.

More information about the PhD training and link to application form

The BUP Mobility Grant 2020

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The Baltic University Programme’s Mobility Grant for Young Researchers aims to develop and strengthen the cooperation among young researchers in the Baltic Sea region.

The grants are intended to support young scholars in their research on sustainable development in the Baltic Sea Region. It is open to PhD students and Postdoc scholars from BUP Participating Universities. All scientific diciplines are welcomed. Two grants are given on 3000€ each.

Applications are closed for 2020

More information about the Mobility Grant

The PhD Award

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The Baltic University Programme's PhD Award, is granted a person that has successfully defended a PhD thesis at any BUP Participating University, during the previous year. 

Supervisors nominate their PhD students. The winner receive a prize in the form of a diploma and a sum of up to 1000€ to cover costs for attending a research conference, costs for publishing in a scientific journal. 

The announcement 2021 in full.

Last modified: 2021-10-15