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The INTPART Resourceful Scholarships - Norway

The INTPART Resourceful Scholarships – Norway

  • University of Oslo
  • 15,000 NOK
  • Norway
  • Economics, Social Sciences
  • Any Student
  • November

Applications are invited for The INTPART Resourceful Scholarships at the Department of Economics, University of Oslo, Norway.


The INTPART Resourceful Scholarship is available for Master’s students at the Department of Economics. You must write a Master’s thesis that is relevant to INTPART Resourceful’s research areas.


  • The scholarship is NOK 20 000
  • Invitations to research seminars and workshops


  • Your planned Master’s thesis must be relevant to INTPART Resourceful’s research areas, Environmental and Resource Economics: The INPART scholarship will be awarded to a Master thesis addressing the economics of climate change with a focus on international cooperation and dynamic modeling. Preferred is a topic that combines theoretical modeling with empirical insights.
  • Applicants are supposed to have at least one supervisor among the INTPART Resourceful’s research staff.
  • Applicants should contact their supervisor to discuss a project plan.

Who may apply?

  • Applicants should be Master’s students at the Department of Economics
  • Preferably you should write your thesis the next fall semester.


For The INTPART Resourceful Scholarships, applicants are required to submit:

  • Short application (1–2 pages) containing at least:
    • a presentation of yourself
    • your motivation for applying
    • a work schedule for the rest of your master degree
    • the name(s) of the supervisor and / or the proposed INTPART supervisor
  • A project description for the thesis (2–3 pages)
  • CV
  • Grades from higher education

How to apply

Online form

Please note that you have to upload all the documents in the online form.


Applications will be subject to assessment in November. Applicants will be notified by the end of November.

One or two scholarships are announced, but we may choose not to award any if no excellent candidates are found.


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