British Council, Portugal

Deadline: 20/07/2001
September 29, 2003

The British Council invites applications for inclusion in the 2002-2003 programme (1 April 2002 to March 2003).

The scheme covers projects in two areas: advanced research projects carried out through collaboration between Portuguese universities, polytechnics and Ministry of Education supported research programmes and British research institutions; staff and curriculum development projects in the Portuguese universities and polytechnics carried out through collaboration with British research institutions. Applications are invited in both basic science and in areas that promote the theme of science in society.

Applications in areas such as environment, food science, genetics, health, and information technology are especially welcome.
Address: Science and Exchanges Section
(Treaty of Windsor)
The British Council
Rua Luís Fernandes 1- 3
1249-062 Lisboa
Telephone: +351 21 321 45 06/7
Fax: +351 21 347 61 52

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