Thank you for your interest in the French Institute in Sweden and the mobility programmes!
What is the GALAN programme?
The GALAN program is for people active in research in France and Sweden who wish to organize a scientific workshop in France or Sweden in order to prepare a large-scale project (bilateral or European).
The programme intends to establish new collaborations, or to strengthen existing collaborations, for research, education or training (European projects, European universities alliances, Erasmus +, Erasmus Mundus or Eureka/Eureka programs, setting up double degrees, prepare a sabbatical stay…)
Who can apply?
Researchers based in France or Sweden from both public and private labs are welcome to apply.
How much is the grant?
The GALAN grant is between € 600 and € 1500 and will help to cover economy class travel and the accommodation in Sweden.
The French Institute in Sweden does not guarantee that the grant covers all of the researcher’s mobility costs.
When and how to apply?
The call for applications is open until the end of August 2022, for a mobility before the 10th of November, 2022.
The call for applications can be closed before the deadline if the budget ceiling is reached.
The French Institute in Sweden will examine the applications every month.
Answers will be communicated two months maximum after the application.
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE IN ENGLISH
Apply here: https://ifsuede.wufoo.com/forms/z120hq7t191tkpz/
FAQ – This is a short list of the most frequently asked questions.
I work in France/Sweden but I do not have the French/Swedish nationality, can I apply?
Yes, our mobility programs are open to researchers active in France or in Sweden, regardless of their nationality.
How do I know that my application has been taken into account?
After completing the form you will automatically receive a confirmation email. If not, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My research team has many contacts in Sweden. Are there other forms of support?
Yes, the French Institute in Sweden has three other complementary mobility programs:
– The TOR programme for researchers in France
– The FRÖ programme for researchers in Sweden
– The ÖMSE programme for PhD students under joint supervision or applying for the European doctorate label.