Call for Proposals for Institutional cooperation between Higher education institutions, Upper-secondary schools and private sector (BIN SGS02)
- Dátum: 30.11.2021
- Programy: Business and innovation
Research Agency as a Program Operator of the Business Development, Innovation and SMEs programme has launched the Call for Proposals for Institutional cooperation between Higher education institutions, Upper-secondary schools and private sector (call code: BIN SGS02) financed by the Norway Grants and state budget of the Slovak Republic.
The objective of this Call is to strengthen institutional cooperation between universities, upper-secondary schools and enterprises in Slovakia and Norway to enhance both the quality and relevance of education and training in Slovakia, mainly in the focus areas of Green Industry Innovation and Welfare and Ambient Assisted Living technologies.
Projects at upper-secondary level can target Vocational education and training (VET) development and/or bridging the gap between the education system and labor market needs. Projects at higher education level can focus on building more intensive cooperation between SMEs/enterprises and educational institutions and support to career development of researchers.
Projects are expected to strengthen the bilateral cooperation between Slovakia and Norway on an institutional level.
Call is published at the website of Research Agency: http://www.vyskumnaagentura.sk/en/calls/calls/640-bin-sgs02
Results of the Call BIN SGS02: http://www.vyskumnaagentura.sk/en/news-norway/719-results-of-the-selection-process-within-the-call-for-proposals-for-institutional-cooperation-between-higher-education-institutions-upper-secondary-schools-and-private-sector-call-code-bin-sgs02
Contacts (Reserarch Agency):
- +421 210 13 823 or +421 907 487 913
Call for Support of Institutional Cooperation between Higher Education Institutions, Upper-Secondary Schools and Private Sector (BIN SGS02) financed by the Norway Grants and state budget of the Slovak Republic was closed on 28 February 2022. There were 13 project applications received in the total required grant amount of 2.234.847 €. The applications are currently being reviewed and assessed.