The International Foundation for Science is inviting early-career scientists to apply for IFS Individual Research Grants 2014. The grants are available for the candidates coming from developing countries, except the members of G-20, who wish to conduct research projects for the duration of three years. The successful candidates will be conducting the researches in one of eligible developing countries with the grants up to $12,000.
The grants are provided by the International Foundation for Science
The grants will be conducting researches in one of eligible developing countries
Country of Applicants
The grants are provided for early-career researchers coming from developing, non G-20, countries
The grants are available for pursuing research degree
To be considered, the applicants must consider the following:
- Citizens of developing countries, non G-20 members
- Having min of an MSc, MA, or equivalent
- Younger than 35 years old for men and 40 for women
- Attached to a national research institute in a developing country
The successful candidates will be awarded grants up to $12,000 to cover the expense of the research including the purchase of tools, equipments, supplies, literature, and any other related expenses.
The application deadline of the current offer is January 31, 2014
How to Apply
To apply, the applicants will need to complete the application form provided on the official website. The completed application form must be submitted through email by the application deadline.
Further information related the grants can be accessed on the official website of IFS.
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