This is an overview of the university’s own in-house grants and foundations with a more detailed description of the purpose and application deadline for individual grants.
Deadlines for applications for grants are set for a variety of dates during the course of the year and made public on noticeboards in Sonderborg, Kolding, Esbjerg, Slagelse, Copenhagen, Flensborg, on the Campustorvet (or Campus Market Place) in Odense and on the University of Southern Denmark’s (SDU) homepage.
Grants should only be applied for once applications have been invited.
A standard application form should be used.
Applications should be sent to Administrative Officer Ingerlise Lund, Campus Management, University of Southern Denmark, Alsion 2, 6400 Sønderborg, or can be delivered to the post box marked ‘Grant Applications’ on the Campus Market Place, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230 Odense M.
The Fuhrmann Foundation (Application form)
To support basic scientific research in molecular biology and molecular aspects of the biology of the nervous system. The grant will be given to support young researcher’s studying abroad and to support researchers from abroad on a visit to the Institute for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Southern Denmark.
The deadline for applications will be determined by the foundation management every February.
Applications with attachments should be submitted in 4 copies.
The University of Denmark’s Research Foundation
To support university purposes that are not normally expected to be covered by ordinary central funding or grants. In rare instances grants can be given for apparatus. Grants are primarily directed at young researchers (e.g. PhD students, post docs and assistant professors) and can only in exceptional cases be used for student projects. Support for residential expenses relating to PhD students’ long-term study abroad will only be considered in special cases.
Applications are invited annually in September/October by means of a notice posted on the Campus Market Place, Odense and on noticeboards in Sonderborg, Kolding, Esbjerg and Flensborg.
Applications with attachments should be sent in 10 copies.
The Manufacturer Knud Abildgaard’s Foundation
To offer support for the provision of reasonable living standards for students of Natural and Health Studies at The University of Southern Denmark. Students who have just embarked on their studies, or students who conclude their studies in the coming session of examinations should not expect to receive grant aid.
Applications are invited annually in September by means of a message in ‘OBS’ and of notices on the Campus Market Place and on noticeboards in Sonderborg, Kolding, Esbjerg and Flensborg.
Applications should be submitted in 6 copies. A special application form should be used, which can be downloaded here.
Grants coming from outside
The university also administers a range of grants coming from outside the university.