Arctic Frontiers Student Forum Call for Application

Are you a Bachelor or a Master Student?

The Arctic Frontiers Student Forum is now accepting applications from Bachelor and Master students from around the world with an interest in Arctic issues. Students from any field of study are welcome to apply.

The Student Forum is a five-day interdisciplinary event bringing together students from across the world to be part of an active discussion about the Arctic. The Arctic Frontiers Student Forum is organized alongside the main Arctic Frontiers Conference. The Student Forum goes through a broad range of topics with a special focus on the development of various Arctic-related issues.
The goal of the forum is to foster peer-based professional development as well as establishing open dialogues with experts in the Arctic region. The program aims to motivate participants to have a voice in their society in addition to discussing Arctic-related topics in an international atmosphere.

When and Where

The Arctic Frontiers Student Forum will take place from the 26-30 January 2020 in Tromso, Norway.

Funding Opportunity

As a participant you will have the following costs covered by the organizers of the Arctic Student Forum:

  • Participation fee: You will not have to pay for any of the events included in the Student Forum program. You will also have free access to selected events at the Arctic Frontiers conference.
  • Accommodation costs: You will not have to pay for your accommodation in Tromsø during the period of the Arctic Student Forum.
  • Food during the Arctic Student Forum will be covered.

How to apply

To be considered as a participant, complete the application form here.

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You will be asked to submit a Statement of Purpose (Approximately 500 words). Your statement should demonstrate your enthusiasm for Arctic issues and research, with your motivation to participate in the program. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview. All applicants must be fluent in English.

Download an overview of the Arctic Frontiers Student Forum here (pdf attached)

Deadline: 3rd November 2019

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