Grants for master's projects and funding for field work
This page provides information about grants for master's projects, as well as about applying for funding to carry out field work.
|Stipend from ”The New Middle East; Emerging political and ideological trends"||Deadline for applications: 5 May 2012|
|"Osloforskning" grants (for Oslo-related projects)||Deadline for applications: 15 September|
|Student grants from the Norsk Folkemuseum||Deadline for applications: 1 February each year|
Funding for field work
Master's students are eligible to apply for funding to carry out field work or to participate at conferences, seminars etc. Applications may be made either in advance or retrospectively. The trip/conference must be relevant to the student's master's thesis and must take place in the same year the application is made. No student may receive this type of funding more than once during his or her master's study programme.
Grants will be made of up to NOK 3000 per applicant, depending on the number of applicants. Payment will be made retrospectively and is dependent on the production of receipts and proof that the trip has taken place.
All parts of the application form must be completed and the field trip etc. must be approved by the student's supervisor as relevant for his/her master's thesis. The application form must be submitted to the student advisor for the relevant programme by either 15 February or 15 September, depending on whether you are travelling during the spring or autumn. Funding allocations will be announced by email.
Application form for master's students applying for field work on programmes at the Faculty of Humanities
Vitenskapsbutikken ("the Science Shop" - in Norwegian)
Financial support from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund (Lånekassen):
- Field work in connection with a master's thesis (only in Norwegian)