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Calls for mobility grants applications

Mobility grants are awarded for research stays at Danish universities and other research institutions by researchers from selected growth countries – Window 2.

The objective of the mobility grants is to support and strengthen research collaboration and the creation and development of networks between Denmark and selected growth countries. The Danish host institution must apply for the grant on behalf of the visiting researcher. The stay in Denmark can be up to three months.

The eligible countries and themes for mobility grant applications are in line with the annual call for applications for research in the selected growth countries (Window 2) normally announced in October. This implies that mobility grants may be awarded within themes and countries not eligible for Window 2 research grants in the subsequent year.

Disbursement
When a Mobility Grant project has been granted and the Letter of Commitment has been duly signed and returned to DFC, the Disbursement Request Form, Appendix C, must be submitted by e-mail to DFC at research@dfcentre.dk for disbursement of the funds.

Reporting and accounts
The electronic form must be used by the the applicant (Danish host institution) for the Completion reporting and accounts of the project. Please make sure to upload all of the required appendices.

Appendix D, Accounts Form for grants awarded prior to 2020
Appendix D, Accounts Form for grants awarded in 2020
Appendix E, Management Endorsement Form
Appendix F, Signature page

Application

The applicant (Danish host institution) must fill in the electronic application form and upload: Appendix A: CV and Appendix B: template for agreement.

Application and Reporting Guidelines

Appendix B: Template for Agreement

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The call for Mobility Grants are open until the 2020 funds are exhausted.

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Research fellows
The Guidelines of how Danida Fellowship Centre manages research fellows’ stay in Denmark apply for the Mobility Grant researcher.

See guidelines