Lnu Mobility Funds for Doctoral Students

Linnaeus University funds for doctoral student mobility aims at supporting the internationalisation of both individuals and research environments at Lnu.

In accordance with Linnaeus University's strategic goals for global values and with the aim to increase the international doctoral student mobility, strategic funds have been allocated to provide the opportunity for doctoral student mobility. The stay abroad should primarily result in a clear added value to the third-cycle studies and the research at Linnaeus University.

As Lnu already offers scholarships for mobility within the framework of the Erasmus+ programme (mainly EU), the Lnu mobility funds are intended for a stay abroad outside of EU (click here for a list of Erasmus-entitled programme countries).

Apply for Lnu mobility funds for a longer stay abroad (from 2 weeks to 8 weeks) at a host institution outside of EU/Erasmus.

The application round for funding through Lnu strategic funds for doctoral student mobility 2020 closed 30th November 2019.


Reporting after the mobility

Perform a travel claim through the Primula system at Linnaeus University and account for your costs related to the mobility. Original receipt should be sent to the financial administrator (not to ER).

Send the mobility agreement with the final signature, as well as a report, to the responsible administrator at the Office of external relations (Carolina Brorsson). Please use the document below.

The funds are transferred to your department when the report and signed mobility agreement are handed in.