The decision was published 14:00 04 Dec 2018

Consolidator grant

The Swedish Research Council has decided on the applications to be awarded consolidator grants in 2018. Our total grant amount for 2019–2024 is almost 221.5 million SEK.

Please note that only notice in Prisma guarantees that a grant has been approved.

Approval rates in total

Applicants

Number of

applications

Number of

approved grants

Approval rate

Women  1127

6.3 %

Men

194

13

6.7 %

Total

306

20

6.5 %

 

Approval rates per area of science

Area of science

Number of applications

Number of approved grants

Approval rate

Natural and engineering sciences
 144

9

6.3 %

Medicine and health

100

7

7.0 %

Humanities, social and educational sciences

62

4

6.5 %

Total

306

20

6.5 %

 

Approved grants and amounts per administrating organisation‌‌

Administrating organisation

Number of

approved grants

Total grant amount

Karolinska Institutet, KI

7

74 240 000

Uppsala University

4

48 000 000

Chalmers University of Technology

3

34 400 000

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

2

24 000 000

Lund University

2

16 800 000

University of Gothenburg

1

12 000 000

Linköping University

1

12 000 000

Total

20

221 440 000

 

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