| FNI seeks
contact with master students
FNI seeks contact with
students planning to write their master thesis on a topic within one of FNI's
environmental governance and law
Law of the Sea and marine
and genetic resources
Arctic and Russian politics
European energy and
Chinese energy and environmental
For students writing theses on subjects that are deemed
particularly relevant, FNI may offer (subject to approval of application) a
scholarship scheme, including very modest economic support. The scheme is most
typically applied for a period of 3-6 months, with a maximum limit of 12
IMPORTANT NOTES TO FOREIGN STUDENTS:
apply must meet all the following basic
Must have a working
knowledge of Norwegian language.
Must have a valid residence permit in Norway (FNI can not
assist with this).
Must have a place to
live in the Oslo area (FNI can not assist with this).
Must have own economic means (as FNI's modest economic
support only covers a small part of the high living costs in
Please also note that scholarship holders must write their
thesis at FNI. No scholarship can be given to students not physically present
at FNI during the writing period.
If you meet all the requirements
above, and are interested in applying for the scholarsip scheme, please go on
and read the more detailed description in
|The Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI) is an
independent foundation engaged in research on international environmental,
energy, and resource management politics and law.
The Institute maintains a
multi-disciplinary approach, with main emphasis on political science,
economics, and international law.