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EASP – European Association of Social Psychology

Postgraduate and postdoctoral travel grants

Postgraduate member travel grants

Purpose

These bursaries are intended to support:

  • short visits of postgraduate students to departments elsewhere in the world in order to conduct new research, complete ongoing projects, or undergo training in a particular methodology or technology;
  • participation by postgraduate students in EASP (co)sponsored events as meetings, conferences or summer schools.

Eligibility

  • Postgraduate members of the Association currently registered for a PhD at a European university
  • Any member may be awarded a maximum of one travel grant.


Criteria

  • Scientific merit of proposal. Enough details should be provided in the proposal to allow a judgement to be made about the quality of the work envisaged.
  • Academic need and expected academic benefit: Postgraduates from countries/departments which have only limited access to travel funds and whose infrastructure or training facilities are less well developed than elsewhere are especially encouraged to apply.
  • Before making a decision, the EC reserves the right to seek the confidential advice of other members of the Association regarding any particular application. Its decision is final.

Amount

In order to permit an equitable distribution of the funds, any single award will typically not exceed € 1000. This sum may be exceeded under specific and well justified conditions, where no other funds are available.

Application Procedure

  • Applicants should submit:
    a) A brief (around 1000 words) proposal outlining the purpose and duration of the visit and its anticipated outcomes;
    b) A short letter of support from the applicant’s current supervisor explaining the importance and timeliness of the visit;
    c) A brief letter from the proposed collaborator in the host institution, agreeing to the visit and to providing access to the necessary facilities (not needed for participation in meetings and conferences);
    d) A travel budget, including the likelihood/availability of obtaining alternative sources of financial support.

Deadlines

Deadlines for grants are: March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 30. The application must be received 3 months before the intended start of the travel.

Successful applicants will be required to provide a brief (around 1000 words) report within three months of completion of the visit, outlining the activities engaged in and outcomes achieved (not needed for participation in meetings and conferences).

All applications should be submitted by e-mail to the Executive Officer (including requested attachments).

Full member travel grants

Purpose

These bursaries are intended to support:

  • short visits of full members to departments elsewhere in the world in order to conduct new research, complete ongoing projects, or undergo training in a particular methodology or technology, or participation in meetings and conferences. We will prioritize activities that promote international networking or collaborations.

Eligibility

  • Full members of the Association
  • Any member may be awarded a maximum of one travel grant within a 5 year period

Criteria

  • Scientific merit of the proposal. Enough details should be provided in the proposal to allow a judgement to be made about the quality of the work envisaged.

  • Academic need and expected academic benefit: Members from countries/departments which have only limited access to travel funds and whose infrastructure or training facilities are less well developed than elsewhere are especially encouraged to apply.

  • Before making a decision, the EC reserves the right to seek the confidential advice of other members of the Association regarding any particular application. Its decision is final.


Amount

In order to permit an equitable distribution of the funds, any single award will typically not exceed € 1000. This sum may be exceeded under specific and well justified conditions, where no other funds are available.

Application Procedure

Applicants should submit:

  • a) A brief (around 1000 words) proposal outlining the purpose and duration of the visit and its anticipated outcomes;
  • b) A brief letter from the proposed collaborator in the host institution, agreeing to the visit and to providing access to the necessary facilities (not needed for participation in meetings and conferences);
  • c) A travel budget, including the likelihood/availability of obtaining alternative sources of financial support.

Deadlines

Deadlines for grants are: March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 30. The application must be received 3 months before the intended start of the travel.

Successful applicants will be required to provide a brief (around 1000 words) report within three months of completion of the visit, outlining the activities engaged in and outcomes achieved (not needed for participation in meetings and conferences).

All applications should be submitted by e-mail to the Executive Officer (including requested attachments).