The following provides advance information to facilitate planning ahead of making an application. The full call text will be published when the call opens.

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19 April - 23 May 2023

Project grant for research into migration and integration

The purpose of the project grant is to give researchers the freedom to formulate by themselves the research concept, method and implementation, and to solve a specific research task within a limited period. This is a project grant with focus, aimed at supporting research into migration and integration.

Support form: Project support

Subject area: Humanities and Social Sciences, Artistic Research, Medicine and Health, Natural and Engineering Sciences, Educational Sciences

Focus: Migration and integration

Applicant: Individual researcher

Participating researchers: Up to 6 other researchers may be invited to join the application.

Grant period: 1–4 years

Grant amount: Minimum 400 000 SEK per year, maximum 1 700 000 SEK per year

Start of grant period: January 2024

Application period: 19 April 2023 (14.00/2 pm) – 23 May 2023 (14.00/2 pm)

Publication of grant award: No later than the end of November 2023


The Swedish Research Council’s call for project grants is made within the framework for the national research programme in migration and integration. The grant shall contribute to high quality research and knowledge accumulation in the area of migration and integration.

As one of the ambitions of the programme is to increase the impact of the research results in society, the Swedish Research Council will arrange specific seminars and other activities aimed at disseminating the research results. Researchers awarded funds within the programme are expected to participate in such activities.

Applications may focus on all aspects of migration, migrants and integration. Applications may derive from all scientific disciplines and may also include multi or cross-disciplinary perspectives and research teams. Both current and historical circumstances may be studied, and the research may cover both local and national circumstances, as well as international comparisons.