The application round 2017-1 for Travel Grants for Master thesis field studies is now open.
The Ministry of Foreign Affair’s funding of the individual travel grants to Danish Master students terminates in 2017 and consequently the presently open Call for Applications to travel grants will be the final.
Deadline for applications is June 1, 2017 12:00 hrs. (Danish time)
Danida travel grants are awarded to field study trips taking place in a developing country, which is in countries with a GNI value less than USD 3,300 per capita, being the threshold for being a developing country, as set by the World Bank. Link to: List of countries’ GNI values for 2015, as stated in the Guidelines, page 3.
Applications have to be submitted by filling in the electronic application form through the e-application system available here.
When logging into the e-application system, you click at “Application for Travel Grants for Field Studies” in the Select Application box. The instructions given in the electronic application form must be followed. All steps in the e-application form must be completed and all the application and appendices must be completed in English. Only the required appendices will be considered. Missing information/documents cannot be submitted after the electronic submission of the application. Applications which do not include all required information and do not have all the required appendices (pdf-file format) uploaded to the application will be rejected without further consideration.
The applicants will receive an electronic receipt notice by e-mail after the submission of the application. Reply to the applications will be given latest 6 weeks after the closing date of this application round.
Information and DFC contact:
All questions concerning the travel grants must be directed by e-mail to the Research Unit, Danida Fellowship Centre at e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about reporting to DFC, please find relevant data and forms at Reporting below.