Dora Plus activity 1.1: Short-term study mobility
Short-term study mobility may last for up to 30 days. The scholarship can be applied to participate in a professional conference, seminar or course, or carry out other educational and research-related activities, for example working in libraries, using laboratories, developing study materials, working with a supervisor, participating in a field work, consultations or other similar tasks, which are closely related to the priorities of Tallinn University.
The scholarship may be applied by anyone who is:
- a master’s or doctoral student at Tallinn University;
- a lecturer or researcher at Tallinn University, who is not older than 35 years of age on the first day of the mobility, or who has defended his/her doctoral thesis less than 5 years ago. Parental leave can be used to prolong these limitations proportionally;
- not using other grants or scholarships to cover the expenses;
- not using this scholarship to visit multiple countries at once.
PS! The prerequisite for processing the applications of doctoral students, lecturers and researchers is the Estonian Research Information System aka ETIS account of the applicant!
The maximum amount is €2,000 per mobility.
The scholarships are given according to a ranking list and the principle, that every applicant will generally receive no more than one study mobility scholarship each academic year.
- travel expenses
- participation fee (will be covered according to an expense document/bill, or confirmation by the organiser)
- allowance: €32 per day
Accommodation and daily allowance can be covered for one additional day before and after the event. The additional days need to be justified, except in cases when the destination is on another continent or when the event starts at 11 am or earlier and finishes at 4 pm or later according to the official agenda.
The mobility has to start and finish in the same country, however the point of departure and destination must be in separate countries. Mobilities within one country are not funded.
NB! The expenses cannot be covered simultaneously by other funds (except personal funds of the applicant).
How to apply:
To apply for the scholarship, an electronic application form needs to be submitted.
At Tallinn University the electronic application form can be submitted within one month with the following deadlines:
- 30 September
- 31 January
- 31 March
- 31 May
The electronic application form is activated on the 1st date of the calendar month of an application round. The electronic application form is inactive on other times that are outside of the calendar months of the application rounds.
Tallinn University Dora Plus council will make a decision and submit the scholarships for approval to Archimedes Foundation by the 10th of the month following the deadline.
There must be at least a 2 week period between the 10th of the month following the deadline to the start of the mobility (Archimedes Foundation reserves the right to allow exceptions)!
Dora Plus programme is funded by European Regional Development Fund and the Republic of Estonia. The beneficiary is obliged to inform the public about receiving scholarship from European Regional Development Fund in relevant presentations, articles and documents by mentioning the fact orally or using the logo of structural aid, which can be found on the following web address:https://www.struktuurifondid.ee/eng/application/layout-files