Videregående skoler/utplassering/interesse for naturvitenskap?
Interessert i kjemi-forskning? hva er kjemi? hva gjør en kjemiker? Hvis du vil vite mer om kjemi eller muligheter til å ta del i forskningen som foregår på UiT, ta gjerne
kontakt per e-post til meg direkte.
Conducting research during your bachelor-studies can be a rewarding experience and will give you highly relevant skills and knowledge
for further studies. Projects are available for interested undergraduate students and I strongly encourage considering this option if you intend to study or work in experimental chemistry going forward! Please contact me directly by e-mail or visit my office
in REALF C406 for more information.
Masters Degree in Tromsø?
The M.Sc.-program at UiT is taught in English and offers a solid basic education in chemistry and in several specialized areas of chemistry. In addition,
we enjoy an excellent research infrastructure. Check out details here.
For A While
Doctoral studies or Postdoctoral Research in Tromsø?
Entry into the chemisty Ph.D.-program at UiT requires a Masters degree or equivalent from an approved institution and available funding. All positions will be published via www.jobbnorge.no. If you are interested or eligible to
apply for personal grants, please don’t hesitate to contact me with an enclosed CV and cover letter.
Possibilities for Students and Scholars
Please check out possibilities for personal grants at all study levels through the following links:
The Humboldt Foundation
The Leif Eriksson Mobility Program
Fulbright stipends for American students
stipends for American scholars
Japan-Norway Researcher mobility programme
Marie-Curie fellowships (The Norwegian Research Council also provides top-up
support for MC-fellows)
Association (American student fellowships)
Norwegian Government Scholarships to Chinese Nationals
Personal Postdoctoral Fellowships from the Norwegian Research Council
Quota Scholarships in Norway for Developing Countries
The Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund