Funding opportunities

Apply for a KNAW Academy Colloquia fund

KNAW Academy Colloquia are small, exclusive expert meetings, hosted and funded by the Academy. They are held at the Academy’s Trippenhuis Building in Amsterdam. The aim is to bring together a select international group of no more than fifty top researchers to discuss a subject in which key innovations are expected.
Applications for the Academy Colloquia fund are now open. Apply by 1 March.

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FASoS Call for SEO and ART hours

FASoS is opening a call for its faculty staff to apply for:

  • a budget for ART: additional research time to start or finish a project or write a funding proposal
  • a budget for SEO: additional research time to prepare/rework and submit/resubmit a funding proposal for Horizon 2020; to write a Marie Curie visiting fellow application.

Submit your ART or SEO application to research policy officer Lidwien Hollanders by Monday 12 March 2018.

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FASoS call for SEO Marie Curie visiting fellow applications

FASoS opens a call for its staff to apply for SEO (Stimulating European Research) funding, track 5 ‘Marie Curie visiting fellow applications’.

Within this track you can request funding to invite promising post docs for one or two months (covering travel and accommodation plus workspace at FASoS) to FASoS with the aim of writing a Marie Curie fellowship application to be carried out at FASoS.

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Alumni Fund for projects on social impact and entrepreneurship

Does your (future) project have direct social impact, does it connect science with future entrepreneurship and do you need extra means to go ahead with it? The Alumni Fund (University Fund Limburg) could make it possible to realise these ambitions. Submit your proposal before 23 February!

Call for applications RSF and VSF – March 2018

The calls for the Research Stimulation Fund (RSF) as well as the “Valorisatie” Stimulation Fund (VSF) are open as of today. Download the calls below for more information and use one of the applicable application forms to submit your proposal by 15 March 2018, 12.00 hours to

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WUN Research Mobility Programme

The WUN Research Mobility Programme (RMP) is an opportunity for Maastricht University PhD students or research staff in any academic discipline – in existing WUN research areas and new areas with the potential to develop a sustainable WUN collaboration – to apply for funding to visit any Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) partner university.

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NWO Call Internationalisation in the Humanities

The Internationalisation in the Humanities grant is intended to facilitate collaboration between Dutch and foreign humanities research groups. The collaboration must be related to a single coherent research project. The research activities have to fit within a programme for structural collaboration with two or more foreign institutions or research groups. The maximum duration of a project is three years. Deadline for submissions is 1 March 2018.

Call for applications: YERUN Researcher Mobility Awards

Maastricht University is one of the founding members of the network of Young European Research Universities Network (YERUN). YERUN is pleased to announce the YERUN Researcher Mobility Awards. These are 15 competitive annual awards aimed at PhD candidates, early-career researchers and established academics at YERUN universities. YERUN provides 10 awards per year: €1000 for one week and €1500 for a two-week visit. Apply by Friday 15 December 2017.

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Deadline extended for NWO programme PhDs in the Humanities 2018

Please be informed that the Graduate School has decided to extend the deadline period for the internal FASoS selection for the NWO programme PhDs in the Humanities from Friday 8 December 2017 to Monday 8 January 2018, 12.00. In order to apply, please check the FASoS Selection Procedure, now including the annex ‘Tips for the Applicants and Students writing Draft Proposals for the NWO PhD Projects in the Humanities Programme’.

Training Course Grants for Individuals, Spring 2018

Are you (planning on) submitting a Rubicon or Marie Curie Individual Fellowship proposal in 2018? Or are you (planning on) submitting a Veni proposal in January 2019 and want to start early? Could you use some guidance in writing your proposal? Then register for the Spring 2018 session of the training ‘Grants for Individuals’. Contact your funding advisor Merle Achten before Tuesday 5 December for more information.

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