Current collaboration projects
European Forum Alpbach
The European Forum Alpbach is an interdisciplinary platform for science, politics, business and culture. The annually organised Forum covers global challenges, such as climate change, refugees, change of democracy and technology. KAUTE supports the Forum Alpbach Scholarship Programme together with the Finnish Cultural Foundation. The Scholarship Programme is meant to support the participation of talented youth. It allows for young people under 30 to attend the conference and a variety of academic seminars.
Fulbright Finland grants
The Fulbright Finland Foundation promotes an exchange of knowledge and professional talents between Finland and the United States. KAUTE supports Fulbright Finland’s Junior Scholar Program, Graduate Grants Program as well as the Pre-Doctoral Research Fellows Program.
PhD Tube is a collaboration project between the KAUTE Foundation and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). KAUTE will provide a full scholarship for one Finnish student to complete his or her PhD at LSE. The Scholarship covers tuition fees and maintenance in London for four years. The aim of the collaboration is to further links between LSE and Finland.
“LSE is grateful for the support from the KAUTE Foundation for its PhD scholarship, which is designed to support Finnish students to realise their educational aspirations and potential at LSE. PhD scholarships enable students to truly focus on and excel in their postgraduate research.”
– Urska Kovse, Foundation Partnerships Manager, LSE
Previous collaboration projects
Global Impact Challenge by Singularity University
Singularity University is a global learning and innovation community using exponential technologies to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. Global Impact Challenges are incentive competitions organized by Singularity University partners to identify innovative startups and solutions that use exponential technology to solve these pressing challenges. KAUTE was one of the organising partners of GIC Finland between 2015–2017.