Financial reporting

Researchers and organisations receiving grants from the Swedish Research Council must submit financial reports. You can find information about the rules for different types of grants here.

Different rules apply for financial reporting of grants to individual researchers, grants to organisations and grants to research infrastructure. It also matters whether the grant decision was made before or after 2015. The reporting period for most grants is 1 January–31 March.

Financial reporting in the event of changes to grants

If you change your administrating organisation, or terminate a grant early, you must submit a financial report. Instructions for changes relating to your grant.

Do you have any questions about financial reporting?

General and accounting-related questions
E-mail: ekonomiskaterrapportering@vr.se

Technical questions about reporting via Prisma
E-mail: prismaekrapportering@vr.se

Frequently asked questions about financial reporting of grants to individual researchers

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  1. Grants to research infrastructure

    The financial report shall be signed by an authorised representative of the administrating organisation. Different rules apply for grants decided on before or after 2015.

  2. Grants to organisations

    Final financial reports for the Swedish Research Council’s grants to graduate schools, visiting professorships and journals shall be submitted via a form no later than three months after the end of the availability period.

  3. FAQ about financial reporting

    Here we have gathered together frequently asked questions and answers about financial reporting of grants to individual researchers. Remember to fill in the tab “Funds received” for the period reported when you register the report in Prisma.