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short-term scholarship/courses/training in Norway


User: Lily - 21 June 2009 16:15

Hi to all!
I really need your help now. The point is that I'm 1 st year PhD student in my home Uni (in Russia). But I really feel lack of certain knowledge there. I set myself to attend training programms aboard. But I couldn't manage to find any suitable position by myself. I work in field of bionanotechnology (study interaction between proteins and fullerene C60) now. So I hope you know more than me and can help.
Especially I'm interested in going to Norway because of strong family issues....
Any of your advises will worth its weight in gold for me!!!
Thank you in advance!

User: Haimanot - 16 November 2017 14:01

@ Lily,
You speak my mind with different discipline. I am pursuing my PhD in Agricultural Economics and Management in China but I feel as Iacking theoretical and practical knowledge of applied economics.
I am salvating short-term training in experimental and Behavioral economics, environmental economics, circular economics and related topics in Norway.
I know Norway is the nation of education and innovation.

User: mrrobin - 20 November 2017 16:48

I am also interested. But could I do the short course from my country? I want to do remote course. Is it available?

User: TreeofLife - 20 November 2017 20:47

Quote From mrrobin:
I am also interested. But could I do the short course from my country? I want to do remote course. Is it available?

I'm gonna say no, because this post was from 8 years ago...





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