Grants to Swedish South Asia related research projects 2003–2012
Linnaeus Palme Grants
In March 2013, decisions were taken about Linnaeus Palme exchange programme grants for 2013-14. The Thirteenth round of applications for Linnaeus Palme grants, for the contract period 1 July 2013–30 June 2014, were decided upon by the Swedish International Programme Office for Education and Training. Out of 214 projects given grants, 2 are with Bangladesh, 22 with India, 3 with Nepal, and 2 with Sri Lanka.
See SASNET list on South Asia related Linnaeus Palme projects 2013-14 .
To see all South Asia related Linnaeus Palme projects that have received funding since 2002 select a link from the SASNET made list to the right. Please note that SASNET provides additional value. Not only do we give you the list, but for most of the Swedish departments involved, SASNET has produced specially designed presentation pages with detailed information about the researchers and teachers involved in South Asia related projects within the specific department.
South Asia related projects given Sida/SAREC grants
SIDA grants to South Asia Partner Driven
Sida, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
Sida offers several types of grants, exchange programmes and scholarships, which can be related to South Asian studies, through its Department for Research Cooperation (SAREC). Go to the information page regarding Support to Researchers!
To the right is the SASNET detailed list with all South Asia related Sida/SAREC grants presented year by year since 2003.
Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) grants
South Asia related projects given Swedish Research Council grants
Under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Science, the Swedish Research Council offers research grants to all the disciplines. In 2001 it replaced the separate research councils for science; medicine; etc, that existed previously. The total budget is 2 500 Million SEK a year. The Swedish Research Council provides support for basic research of the highest scientific quality in all fields of science. The goal, as formulated by the Swedish Government, is to establish Sweden as a leading research nation. There are three scientific councils within the Swedish Research Council: one for Humanities and the Social Sciences, one for Medicine and one for the Natural and Engineering Sciences. It also includes a Committee for Educational Science and a Committee for Research Infrastructures. The Swedish Research Council is one of the most important funders of Swedish South Asia related research.
To the left is the SASNET detailed list with all South Asia related Swedish Research Council grants presented year by year since 2003.
South Asia related projects given Swedish Research links grants
Swedish Research Links
Introduced by Sida and the Swedish Research Council in 2002, Swedish Research Links aim to stimulate cooperation between researchers in Sweden and those in selected developing countries. The long-term aim of the programme is to contribute to mutual scientific and socioeconomic development of the countries involved through funding for support to collaborative research projects of high scientific quality and mutual relevance. The programme is open to researchers in basic and applied research within all academic disciplines.
To the right is the SASNET detailed list with all South Asia related Swedish Research Links grants presented year by year since 2003. Note there were no Research Links grants in 2010.