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Baltics - Young Talents program

Calendar

The call for application is currently closed

27th of January 2020

Next call for application

11th of March 2020

Deadline

9th of June 2020

Ceremony

Programme overview

Partners
  • Latvian Academy of Science
  • Lithuanian Academy of Science
  • Estonian Academy of Science
  • National Commission for UNESCO Latvia
  • National Commission for UNESCO Lithuania
  • National Commission for UNESCO Estonia
Number of endowments
    7 endowments:
  • 1 endowment of €6,000 in Latvia to a PhD
  • 1 endowment of €6,000 in Lithuania to a PhD
  • 1 endowment of €6,000 in Estonia to a PhD
  • 2 endowments of €6,000 in Latvia to PhD candidates
  • 1 endowment of €6,000 in Estonia to a PhD candidate
  • 1 endowment of €6,000 in Lithuania to a PhD candidate
Amount per endowment
6000 € each
Requirements
  • Doctoral-postdoctoral level
  • Life and Environmental Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • Maximum: 40 years old for a doctor of sciences
  • Maximum: 33 years old for a doctoral candidates
  • Working or studying in country where applied (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia)
Main eligibility criteria
  • Innovation
  • Publications – amont of publications and importance and impact
  • Popularisation of science, social visability
Initial launch date
  • Year 2004. In Latvia
  • Year 2017 in Estonia & Lithuania
Number of endowments given to date

45 in Latvia
4 in Estonia
4 in Lithuania

Informational documents

Rules and Regulations

Baltics - Rules and regulation; FQA
Baltics - Young Talents program

Participate to the programme

The call for application is currently closed