Funding

In order to support the exchange between Finland and the German-speaking countries, the Finnish Institute is actively involved in the following funding programmes:

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Sisus Sirkus, "Mosh Split". Foto: Edgar Larsen

In order to support the exchange between Finland and the German-speaking countries, the Finnish Institute is actively involved in the following funding programmes:

TelepART Mobility Support

The funding programme TelepART is intended for up-and-coming artists in the performing arts and music to provide them with the opportunity to present their work internationally. The TelepART grant is unique in that it is available to artists within a short time frame. Starting in 2020, the programme will be expanded to include academic contributions. Read more >

Emil Öhmann Foundation

Once a year, the Emil Öhmann Foundation awards a travel grant for a maximum stay of three months at the Finnish Institute in Berlin. The grant is aimed at academics from Finland who engage with the German language or with cultures in German-speaking Europe. The grant of 1,000 EUR per month will cover travel and accommodation expenses, as well as office space at the Finnish Institute. All researchers, including PhD candidates, who work at Finnish universities are eligible to apply. You will find further information in Finnish here >

Open Call

The Finnish Institute in Germany collects suggested topics for its academic programme once a year, in autumn, by means of an open call for proposals. The call is aimed at academics working in Finland and in German-speaking areas who are interested in developing a joint project.

Cotact:

Janne Airaksinen
TelepART
telepart@finstitut.de   |  tel. +49 30 40 363 18 98

Suvi Wartiovaara
Open Call, Emil Öhmann Foundation
suvi.wartiovaara@finstitut.de  |   tel. +49 30 40 363 1893