If you are interested in applying, please see the program’s dedicated pages:
Applicants must complete a form describing their research project, specifying the research laboratories, teams and researchers they will be working with, and explaining the topics they plan to address.
All applications must be in ENGLISH.
After completing the application form, a confirmation email will automatically be sent. If not, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SFVE-A program:
Projects are selected by the Scientific and Higher Education Department of the French Institute in Sweden until depletion of the dedicated mobility funds.
Please note that:
- The call for applications can be closed before the deadline if the budget ceiling is reached.
- The benefit of the grant is for the current calendar year.
Researchers (PhD holders or PhD candidates) established in France or Sweden regardless of nationality are elgibile to apply. For more information on eligiblity criteria and requirements, visit this page. The SFVE-A program is now open until the end of August 2024 or until depletion of funds for applications for planned mobilities to and from France from January 2024 to December 2024.
The Eva de la Gardie program:
Projects are jointly selected by the Scientific and Higher Education Department of the French Institute in Sweden and the Swedish Institute in Paris. Applications are open for a scientific mobility in November 2024. Eligible applicants are PhD holders conducting or planning to condict academic or scientific work in the framwork of collaborations or projects with French equivalents. For more information, click here.
The Eva de la Gardie program is now open for application. The deadline is 28 April 2024.
The Sophie Germain program:
Projects are jointly selected by the Scientific and Higher Education Department of the French Institute in Sweden and the Swedish House of the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris. Two laureates will be awarded a scientific mobility of two weeks from 1 to 13 January 2024 (fixed dates) and from 1 to 15 June 2024 (fixed dates) respectively. Eligible candidates hold a PhD, conduct research in a Swedish establishment, and maintain contact with French researchers or have a project in connection with France. For more information, click here.
The Sophie Germain program is now open for applications from doctoral graduates who are conducting research in a Swedish institution (university, research institute etc.).
Projects are jointly selected by the Scientific and Higher Education Department of the four French Institute (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden), but the applications depend of your established country.
The FINA prize was closed for application on 20 April 2023. Applications for 2024 will open at the start of 2024.