Call for FAPESP SPRINT 2021 Guidelines University of Tsukuba 2022-2023



===English follows Japanese===



本プログラムにより筑波大学は、サンパウロ州の教育・研究機関との長期的協力関係を促進し、新たなパートナーシップの開拓や既存のパートナーシップの強化を目指しています。言及された協定に基づき、この実りある協力関係を継続するために、FAPESPとUTは、SPRINT 2021の条件に基づき、以下に定める教員およびポスドク研究者の交流のための本提案募集を公開します。なお、本件の応募にあたっては、日本側代表者が筑波大学に、サンパウロ側代表者がFAPESPにそれぞれ申請書を提出する必要があります。


FAPESP and University of Tsukuba (UT), signed a Cooperation Agreement for Research on September 1st, 2017, aiming to implement scientific and technological cooperation between researchers from the UT, Japan, and from the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, through the funding of joint research projects.

Through this program, the University of Tsukuba aims to promote long-term cooperation with educational and research institutions in the state of São Paulo, and to develop new partnerships and strengthen existing ones.

Under the referred Agreement, to continue this fruitful collaboration, FAPESP and UT make public this Call for Proposals for the exchange of faculty and postdoctoral researchers under the terms and conditions of the SPRINT 2021 and hereinafter set forth.

Note that in order to apply for this program the representative from Japan must submit the application to the University of Tsukuba, and the representative from São Paulo must submit the application to FAPESP. Please make sure that the application plans of both parties are the same.


【公募要領・申請書類ほか/Application Forms】

Please, see attachments below.

Call announced by FAPESP and University of Tsukuba
Closing date for submission of proposals
Successful proposals notified after




申請提出先・問い合わせ先:国際室 サンパウロオフィス担当

国際室(サンパウロオフィス担当) 山口、アウヴァロ、深作


Tel 内線:2229, 8481

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1.SPRINTの募集について(通知) 298.04 KB
2.2021_SPRINT Guideline Final Version 412.65 KB
Form 1 Research Project 124.89 KB
Form 2-1 Application Form 76.04 KB
Form 2-2 Schedule 19.00 KB
Form 3 Budget Sheet 20.58 KB
Form 4-1 Participants List 20.65 KB
Form 4-2 Curriculum Vitae 20.92 KB

Sao Paulo Office open


In April 2015, the University of Tsukuba established the Sao Paulo Office in the campus of the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil. As part of its global strategy, the University of Tsukuba aims to foster cooperation between Japan and countries in Central and South America with Brazil as its base.