The EU Programme Erasmus+: Learning Mobility provides the following opportunities:
FULBRIGHT PROGRAM IN UKRAINE ANNUAL COMPETITIONS
FOR GRADUATING SENIORS, GRADUATE STUDENTS AND YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
Fulbright Graduate Student Program provides study grants for students to complete 1- or 2-year academic programs for a Master of Arts or Sciences degree or non-degree programs at U.S. universities. Deadline: May 16
FOR JUNIOR FACULTY AND RESEARCHERS
Fulbright Research and Development Program provides opportunities for scholars and professionals to conduct research, engage in course and curriculum development. Deadline: November 1
FOR THOSE WHO HOLD “KANDYDAT NAUK” AND “DOKTOR NAUK” DEGREES, RESEARCHERS AND PROFESSIONALS OUTSIDE ACADEMIA
Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program offers research opportunities at U.S. universities and research institutions for scholars, researchers and other professionals for a period from 3 to 9 months. Academic candidates must have a post-graduate academic degree (Kandydat Nauk, PhD, PhD in Arts, Doctor Nauk). Professionals and artists outside academia may be exempt from the requirements to have a third level qualification if they have 5 or more years of professional qualifications and/or experience, recognized professional standing and substantial accomplishments. Deadline: October 15, 2020
PLATON KOSTYUK AWARD
Platon G. Kostyuk (1924- 2010) was a renowned Ukrainian neuro-physiologist widely recognized for the development of intracellular perfusion technique and discovery and characterization of voltage-gated calcium channels in nerve cells. He fostered generations of students, many of whom became successful leaders, and spread his legacy throughout the world.
The Kostyuk Foundation was founded in 2011 by the former students of Platon G. Kostyuk to commemorate his life and legacy. The main goal of this Foundation is to support biomedical research development in Ukraine. Jointly with the Medicine and Biology Section of the Shevchenko Scientific Society, the Foundation’s Review Committee annually awards the prestigious Platon Kostyuk Award to young biomedical scientists working in Ukraine with less than 10 years of work experience following their PhD dissertation defense.
Read more how to apply here
Deadline: November 16, 2020
Hello Bio Early Career Scientist Grants
Every month Hello Bio carries out a draw and awards a grant of $500 to an early career life scientist to support them with their scientific career. The grant can be used for anything that will help their scientific career - examples could be:
- Fees associated with publishing in open access journals (eg. Article Processing Charges).
- Virtual conference registration fees
- Travel expenses to a conference
- Or anything else to help support their research & career!
WOSKOB INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH IN AGRICULTURE (WIRA) SCHOLAR PROGRAM
The WIRA Scholar Program is a Faculty Development Program (FDP) to provide opportunity for new, promising faculty members from Ukrainian agricultural universities for a professional development in curriculum improvement and teaching capacity.
The main goals of the FDP are:
- improve current programs and develop new courses
- implement new teaching skills, methods, and tools obtained at Penn State University
- expand knowledge and expertise in their fields of study
- stimulate adoption of new changes in their home universities in program development, academic crediting, implementation of new teaching techniques
- provide a link for on-going academic, research, and outreach exchanges between home universities and Penn State University
The Faculty Development Program provides university instructors with a semester-long opportunity to expand their knowledge and expertise in their academic field by attending classes and working with the College of Agricultural Sciences faculty members.
Due to impacts of COVID-19, The College of Agricultural Sciences at the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) has suspended the open competition for the Woskob International Research in Agriculture Scholar Program (WIRA) for the 2020-2021 academic year.
European Prostir is a web platform for the support of the Ukrainian civil society sector. It has been running for over 10 years, supporting the pro-European progress of the country as well as providing information, resources, and opportunities for NGOs.
GURT Resource Centre
GURT Resource Center is the leading national center for societal information and expertise. It includes a catalogue of grants, awards, scholarships and competitions.
Portal “Civic Space” accumulates different information that can be used by representatives of NGOs, government, business, media, and all who are interested in the development of the third sector and civil society. It includes a directory of grants.
Scientific Social Community
The scientific social network www.Science-Community.org unites more than 40,000 scientists from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and other countries. The project provides services for monitoring grants, conferences, vacancies, journals and popular science events, as well as opportunities to find research partners.
SciFund Challenge -
A scientist-focused organization that empowers researchers to shrink the gap between science and society. They train scientists how to connect to the wider world, back scientists in their outreach, and crowdfund to support research.