Decision published

07 December 2017

Total amount granted: SEK 154 402 500

Development research and Swedish research links

Decisions on research project grants within development research including research network grant for Swedish research links has been taken by the Swedish Research Council.

Decision published 14:00 07 December 2017

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Approval rate

Applicants

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

Women

116

24

21 %

Men

191

26

14 %

Total

307

50

16 %

 

Grant amount

Applicants

Total amount approved

Average grant per year

Women

68 377 500

924 020

Men

86 025 000

1 049 085

Total

154 402 500

989 760

 

Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation

Administration organisations

Number of approved applications

Total amount approved

Karolinska Institutet, KI

11

37 820 000

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU

8

27 370 000

Lund University

5

22 945 000

Stockholm University

7

18 832 500

University of Gothenburg

6

15 390 000

Uppsala University

6

9 540 000

National Veterinary Institute, SVA

1

6 830 000

Umeå University

3

6 285 000

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

1

4 620 000

Linköping University

1

3 600 000

Luleå University of Technology

1

1 170 000

Total

50

 154 402 500

Partner Countries

India is the most popular country for cooperation. A total of 30 different partner countries were applied. The map shows applied partner countries.

Country

Number of applications

Number approved

Approval rate

India

10

4

40 %

Bolivia

2

1

50 %

Egypt

3

1

33 %

Ethiopia

5

1

20 %

Cambodja

2

1

50 %

Morocco

4

1

25 %

Nepal

4

1

25 %

Sri Lanka

5

1

20 %

Canada

12

1

8 %

Sudan

3

1

33 %

France

3

1

33 %

Tanzania

3

1

33 %

Other*

39

4

10 %

* Applicants can choose more than one host country, applications may therefore contain a combination of several countries, such as US and Great Britain.

What happens next?

 

PubliSHED ON 07 December 2017

UpDATED ON 10 January 2019

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