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The Doctoral School of Information and Communication Technology, funded by the European Regional Development Fund is carried out in partnership with the University of Tartu, TalTech, Tallinn University and Cybernetica AS. It is geared towards improving the quality and efficiency of doctoral studies.
New events will be made public soon!
PhD candidates can apply for a mobility grant, which can be used to participate in a (web) conference, seminar, course, or to carry out other research-related activities (e.g. conducting fieldwork, participating in traineeship programs etc.) both in Estonia and abroad. Activities must be connected to the students' doctoral studies.
How to apply?
• Fill in the application form together with the activity plan
• Add a signed supervisor’s recommendation letter
• Attach a confirmation letter from the host university, research organisation or event organiser
• If possible, add an event schedule to the application
All the documents need to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms & Conditions for applying
Jaanika Seli, Head of Academic Affairs
Eeva Kilk, Coordinator of Doctoral Studies and Projects
If you have questions write to email@example.com.
Doctoral School of Information and Communication Technology is financed by the European Regional Development Fund. Financing period: 01.01.2016–31.08.2022
UT Institute of Computer Science has many partner universities in the Erasmus+ programme.