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Scholarships and grants

As a doctoral student there are many funds and foundations to which you can apply for funding. As soon as grants handled directly by the School of Business, Economics and Law become available, the information will be added here.

For information about other scholarships and grants, see the scholarships section of the website.

Recurring calls for applications from funds and foundations

Bromanska stiftelsen för forskning och företagande

Bromanska stiftelsen för forskning och företagande annually awards scholarships for research into entrepreneurship.

The scholarships are intended for younger researchers who have recently completed their doctorates (within six years), as well as for “senior” researchers.

Further information is available in the latest call for applications below.

Applications by Tuesday, May 31st 2016 at the latest.

Broman scholarship


Adlerbertska forskningsstiftelsen

Every spring, Adlerbertska forskningsstiftelsen announces calls for applications for project funding for research into the theme Sustainable development from a holistic perspective. The research project should be linked to one of the departments or centres of expertise and research at the School of Business, Economics and Law.

Researchers who have recently (in the last three years) been awarded doctorates, or doctoral students who are expecting to achieve their doctoral degrees within the current year will be primarily considered. The scholarship should be used for the development of new research projects during the following year.

Further information is available in the call for application below.
The deadline for applications is in May/June. The decision on recipients will be announced following Adlerbertska Forskningsstiftelsens distribution assembly which takes place in late September.

For further details, contact the Vice-Dean, Professor Olof Johansson Stenman, tel 46 (0)31- 786 2538.

Call for applications for project funding  (only in Swedish)
Application form(only in Swedish)

Application on June 10 2016 at the latest.

Knut och Alice Wallenbergs stiftelse

Knut och Alice Wallenbergs stiftelse has been awarding funding since 1968, mainly to cover travel costs for younger researchers.

The grants are primarily awarded to younger researchers, and the foundation prefers that the grant should cover a significant part of the travel costs in each individual case.

Deadline for applications is normally in late May, and awards are normally announced in June. Current information is available in the call for applications below.

Applications should be submitted through an application form which is available from reception – alternatively, it can be downloaded here.

Next call for applications spring 2017
Application form- travel grants KAW

Contact: Marita Taib
Tel: 46 (0)31-786 1110
Email: marita.taib@handels.gu.se

The Partnership Programme Internationalization Support

The Partner Programme at the School of Business, Economics and Law is the basis for a structured and long-term collaboration with industry and the public sector. For an annual fee, companies are offered specific services and the opportunity to expose themselves to the School's students, teachers and other partners.

The employees at the partner companies participate in professional development and networking events, using our Career Service for recruitment and "employer branding", and take advantage of the opportunities to participate in educational and research contexts conveyed by staff of External relations.

From 2011 The Partner Programme contributes to the internationalization at the School of Business, Economis and Law by allocating funds for the following purposes (the available amount refers to 2017):

  • Conference Finance (SEK 600 000) - Deadline October 31, 2016
  • Research stay (SEK 700 000) - Deadline October 31, 2016
  • Translation/Proofreading (SEK 100 000 ) - Continuous application during 2016-2017

Further information and application forms are available here.



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