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Faroe Islands



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EURAXESS Faroe Islands

We provide information and assistance for mobile researchers – by means of this portal and with the support of our EURAXESS Centres.

The portal contains information concerning professional and daily life as well as information on job and funding opportunities in the Faroe Islands.

Faroese researchers planning to continue their research career abroad can also find useful information and assistance in this portal and in the portals of the countries they consider moving to.

Research institutes, universities and businesses can post job offers and researchers can upload CV´s when registering a user account.

All services of the EURAXESS network are free of charge.


EURAXESS Faroe Islands Network

EURAXESS Centres and Contact Points will help you to plan your relocation and sort out different aspects of your new life in the Faroe Islands.


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PURE offers information on Faroese research

175 researchers in the Faroe Islands have now been registered in PURE Faroe Islands - a portal which provides information about all research institutions, researchers and research activity conducted in the Faroe Islands. The project to adopt PURE has been led by the University of the Faroe Islands

Seaweed Consortium Awarded Horizon Grant

A consortium led by the Faroese company Ocean Rainforest comprising 25 international, cross-disciplinary partners has been awarded a prestigious €9 million Horizon Europe grant to upscale seaweed production and market applications across Europe. The project aims to lay the foundations for an

Faroe Islands Join Horizon Europe

Faroese researchers, innovators and research entities can now participate in the Horizon Europe programme on equal terms with entities from the EU Member States. An association agreement on the participation of the Faroe Islands in the Horizon Europe programme was signed in Brussels on May 24th. The

Nine Research Projects Funded

Nine research projects have been granted a total of 8 MDKK from the Faroese Research Foundation. Half the funding has been given to PhD projects. The Research Council received 32 applications in total, applying for 25 MDKK, at the annual deadline in February. The projects receiving the highest