Anna Maria Lundin’s scholarship committee annually awards around 4 million SEK for travel grants to foreign countries for PhD candidates that belongs to Uppsala University institutions and are members of Smålands Nation in Uppsala. To receive the grant you should meet these requirements: You should study at an institution belonging to Uppsala University for at least 3 semesters (you may use the travel grant on the third semester) and during this time you are obliged to be a member of Smålands Nation in Uppsala. Scholarships are announced once every semester.
The application deadline is April 15 during the spring semester and 15 November during the fall semester. After returning home from your travel you have to submit a travel report. Note that if you become liable to repay funds received, do not make any repayments until your travel report has been approved.
To facilitate the work of Anna Maria Lundin scholarship committee, Smålands nation has set the following principles for selection.
Scholarships should primarily be awarded candidates that have reached a certain maturity in their PhD studies and where there is good prospect that the PhD will be received in time.
If several applications are handed in from the same person, only the most important is to be granted. Thus please note which application is the most important one.
Many semesters with the nation should be rewarded.
Selection among the applications will be made along according to the following order:
1st Field studies (or similar)
2nd Doctoral Courses
3rd Conference with a presentation
4th Conference with a poster
5th Conference without presenting any material of one’s own.
It might be taken into consideration if the applicant on several other occasions has received travel grants from Anna Mara Lundin foundation.
Allowances after day 20 should be adjusted down.
In the menu to your right, you find a short informative version in English, of the FAQ concerning Anna Maria Lundin travel grants. Note that this is not the actual regulations but more a summary of what the regulations mean. Click here to go to Anna Maria Lundin travel grant log-in.