How to apply
To be able to apply for research grants, travel grants and repatriation grants you must first register an account.
Fill in the form
After registering and logging in you can start a new application for research grants, travel grants or repatriation grants from 'My Pages'.
Your application can be submitted after the forms have been filled in as directed and the required attachments have been enclosed. Once an application has been submitted it can no longer be edited.
Below are instructions on how to apply for research grants, travel grants, repatriation grants and entrepreneurial scholarships from ÅForsk. It is important that you read the instructions before you begin the process. To apply, you must first register an account. A verification will be sent to you via email. Follow the instructions to complete the registrations.
After the account has been verified you are able to log in to 'My Pages'. From these pages you can start a new application. You can write your application in enlglish or swedish. The foundation only accepts digital applications from 2018 and forwards. Applications that are sent to ÅForsk in other ways will not be processed.
Travel grants can be applied for for three purposes: Conferences abroad, Thesis abroad and Study visit abroad. We do not grant costs for any general living expenses (only accomodations). If you previously been awarded a scholarship from ÅForsk, you are unfortunately not able to apply again.
If a thesis is to be conducted with one or more partners, you need to specify whom you are completing the thesis with in the application form. You can only apply for upcoming activities. If you are applying for more than one activity, you need to make a seperate application for each specifik reason.
There are two application periods for travel grants, one in the beginning of the year and another in the beginning of fall. The closest application period starts 10 January 2022 and ends 6 February 2022.The deadline for the application is 6 February 2022 23:59 (CEST). Read more Register