Hubert Curien Parrot programme

The Hubert Curien Parrot programme is a mobility award set up by the French Ministry of Research and Education, in partnership with the Estonian Research Council, the French Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Higher Education and Research.

Aims

  • foster high quality scientific and technology exchanges between laboratories.
  • create and strengthen European networks through cross-partnership.

Eligibility

  • applications are open to research laboratories attached to a universities, research institutes or companies.
  • all scientific disciplines are covered including social science and humanities.
  • applications must be sent simultaneously by both partners in their home country, to the agencies in charge of the program. Research partners in France must therefore ensure they have submitted their application too.

Fundings

  • the grant covers travel expenses of both partners.
  • granted on a yearly basis, for two consecutive years.
  • after one year, the grant renewal shall be linked to a mid-way progress report’s approval.

Granted by France :

  • Travel and insurance expenses for French scientists visiting Estonia up to 450 €
  • Living expenses for Estonians scientists while in France (110 € daily rate), including accommodation and domestic travel costs.

Granted by Estonia :

  • Travel and medical insurance expenses for Estonian scientists visiting France up to 500 €
  • Living expenses for French scientists while in Estonia (80 € daily rate), including accommodation and domestic travel costs.

Calendar

The 2017-2018 call for applications is now close. click on http://www.campusfrance.org/fr/parrot

Programme Hubert Curien Parrot projects 2017/2018

End of the PHC Parrot 2017/2018 Selection Session

Jan 1 2017 / Dec 31 2018 - Tallinn

The 8th session of selection for the Programme Hubert Curien Parrot (PHC Parrot) has been closed. Eight research projects led between french and estonian teams have been selected by a jury composed of specialists from both countries. Those eight projects are being awarded funding during the period...

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