A SELECTION OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

Grouped as Grants & Fellowships, and sorted by deadline. For those funding schemes, that have no deadlines – scroll down the list

GRANTS (for fellowships – scroll down)

For Erasmus+ calls, presentations on funding lines and tips: please visit the web-site Erasmus+ Office in Ukraine and the summary of the recent Webinar “International Contact Webinar: Supporting Ukraine in Higher Education” (7 July 2022)

Deadline: 10 November 2022

EU Horizon Europe, Hop On Facility: The Hop On Facility allow to integrate 1 additional participant from a Widening country to an ongoing project under Pillar 2 or the EIC pathfinder scheme while topping up a relevant task or work package and the cost incurred by the additional participant

Deadline: 06 December 2022

  • Wellcome Discovery Awards provide funding for established researchers and teams from any discipline who want to pursue bold and creative research ideas to deliver significant shifts in understanding that could improve human life, health and wellbeing. Host organisation of the lead applicant can be located in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Low- or middle-income countries (apart from India and mainland China)

Deadline: 08 March 2023

No deadline/ Open calls

  • EU: MSCA4Ukraine: Call for applications & Call documents
    • *Український переклад попередньої інформації наведено тут*
    • Applicant: Applications must be submitted by prospective host organisations on behalf of a displaced researcher(s) from Ukraine. Host organisations can be academic or non-academic organisations in any EU Member State or Horizon Europe Associated Country.
    • Disciplines: MSCA4Ukraine fellowships are open to all domains of research and innovation.
    • Duration: Fellowships will be awarded for a minimum of 6 months, up to a maximum of 24 months.
    • Value: Fellowship rates will be in line with Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) Doctoral Networks and MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships.
  • Germany, DFG:
    • Special programme for Ukraine: In addition to the funding measures it has already initiated, the DFG is now offering separate support for Ukrainian researchers (project leaders) who are in Ukraine and are still able to pursue research: in the case of Research Grants, Research Units and Priority Programmes and under the existing DFG procedure “Cooperation with Developing Countries”, applicants in Germany can now apply for funds to cover the living expenses of Ukrainian project leaders in a maximum amount of €1,000 per month per project leader for project implementation in Ukraine, and can pass these funds on to the individuals concerned in the event of approval.
    • Grants for cooperations with developing countries (including Ukraine). Funding is available for personnel, scientific instrumentation and apparatus, consumables, travel, miscellaneous expenses and publications for both the partner institute in Germany and the cooperation partner/institute in the developing country. Eligible to apply are researchers/scientists from all subjects and disciplines at German research institutions who have completed their academic education (typically by having completed a doctorate).
    • Grants for Initiation of International Collaboration: Three different modules are available: “Exploratory Workshops”, “Trips Abroad” and “Guest Visits”. Researchers who have already achieved their doctorates and who are working in the German scientific system may apply. Special rules apply to members of non-university research institutions (see guidelines).
    • Walter Benjamin Programme: Refugee researchers (see here for more) can submit a proposal for their own project to be carried out in Germany under the Walter Benjamin Programme (Walter Benjamin post).

FELLOWSHIPS

No deadlines/ Open calls


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