Finnish University Partnership for International Development - UniPID
What is UniPID?
UniPID is a network of Finnish universities to support the interdisciplinary studies and research, as well as societal impact and partnerships of universities related to global sustainable development.
May 7, 2021 — Inspiration for international research partnerships during the pandemic from FinCEAL grantees
Great examples from FinCEAL Plus BRIDGES grantees on how to build and maintain international research partnerships during the pandemic. Find inspiration and apply to get your grant!
April 13, 2021 — UniPID and the TFK network are organizing a CILAC side-event
Join us online on 27 April for a panel discussion titled 'From research-based knowledge to sustainable societies - How to best advance researchers’ cooperation with decision makers, private sector and civil society?'
April 13, 2021 — New Virtual Studies courses to be added to the UniPID curriculum
UniPID has granted Virtual Studies funding for three new courses and one course update. The new courses will be offered for the first time during the 2021-2022 academic year.
What does UniPID do?
Interested in studying sustainable development? UniPID offers virtual courses and a Study Module in Sustainable Development.
Already studying development? UniPID awards a yearly Master’s Award in Development Studies and supports the training and networking of Finnish doctoral students.
Researching issues relevant to development? UniPID organizes scientific events and informs about research calls and funding opportunities.
Interested in research policy? UniPID impacts research agendas and funding priorities and supports Finnish participation in research consortia and policy dialogues.
Interested in the societal impact of universities? UniPID supports universities’ efforts to foster their response to global challenges.
Looking for expertise? UniPID facilitates Finnish researchers’ input in national and international development policy, and connects Finnish universities with other relevant stakeholders.