Decision published

03 November 2016

Total amount granted: 146 815 000 SEK

Educational sciences

The Swedish Research Council granted a total of 146 815 000 SEK for research project grants in educational sciences over the period 2017–2020. The decision was published in November 2016.

Decision published 14:00 03 November 2016

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Approval rates and average grants

Applicants

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Medelbidrag första året

Women

158

7

4 %

1 769 857

Men

121

18

15 %

1 737 889

Total

279

25

9 %

1 746 840 

107 of the applications were submitted by junior researchers and 8 of them were granted. This gave a grant rate of 7 percent for junior researchers.

Approved grants per administrating organisation

Administrating organisations

Total grant amount

Uppsala University

44 830 000

Linköping University

22 343 000

Stockholm University

20 353 000

Örebro University

8 373 000

University of Gävle

8 400 000

Dalarna University

7 500 000

Mälardalen University

7 756 000

Umeå University

7 125 000

Lund University

7 416 000

University of Gothenburg

4 733 000

Karlstad University

4 980 000

University West

3 006 000

Total

146 815 000

 

PubliSHED ON 03 November 2016

UpDATED ON 23 November 2018

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