“Norway has many types of funding for research projects that can be utilized. I continue to encourage universities in Indonesia to collaborate on research for development in order to strengthen the capacity of higher education institutions, to produce higher quality graduates, more research and higher quality, and more inclusive higher education,” Todung said in a statement on Tuesday.
The statement added that Norad, a directorate under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, will provide funds to 60 out of 199 applications to the program. All in all, the research funding requested through the proposals totalled 3.1 billion Norwegian crowns ($355.7 million), while the total budget stood at 1.1 billion Norwegian crowns ($126.2 million).
“Due to the high competition and limited funding available, many relevant and high-quality projects have unfortunately been rejected,” says Jeanette da Silva, coordinator for the NORHED program, on Tuesday, December 22.https://t.me/kompascomupdate, kemudian join. Anda harus install aplikasi Telegram terlebih dulu di ponsel.