Apply for research funding
The Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies announces funding once a year. Funding that can be applied for includes four types: two- and three-year projects, postdoctoral projects, grand projects and research networks. Instructions for upcoming calls are announced under For researchers.
In the Foundation’s application system you can see former project applications, submit final reports for research grants and create new project applications.
The Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies was established by the Swedish Government in 1994.
The Foundation’s mission is to support research, doctoral studies and scientific infrastructure related to the Baltic Sea Region and Eastern Europe at Södertörn University.
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Decisions on whether applications have been approved or not are taken by the Foundation’s Board on Tuesday, 6 October 2021. Decision concerns projects, postdoctoral projects and grand projects.
Information meeting before call for project applications in 2022
The information meeting will be held online at 1:00 pm. More information will follow.
Facts about the Foundation
The Foundation’s mission is to support research, doctoral studies and scientific infrastructure related to the Baltic Sea Region and Eastern Europe at Södertörn University
The Foundation and the Södertörn University are two independent organisations with different regulations, but with a common goal to strive for the highest possible quality in research related to the Baltic Sea Region and Eastern Europe
The allocated capital was approximately SEK 1.3 billion
Since its founding, the Foundation has distributed approximately SEK 3.9 billion
Despite a distribution of three times the allocated capital, the Foundation’s capital at the end of 2020 was just above SEK 7.4 billion
According to the Statutes the entire capital can not be depleted, only the direct return can be used for the Foundation’s purposes
Facts about the Foundation's funding in 2020
84 research projects were ongoing during the year
SEK 170 million granted funds during the year
Of 63 applications, of which 9 were postdoc applications, 13 applications were granted funding, including 6 postdoctoral projects
48 external experts participated in the assessment process
The Foundation funded 83 doctoral students, most of them at BEEGS, The Baltic and East European Graduate School
The Foundation funded the Center for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) at Södertörn University, with SEK 10.9 million
269 researchers were financed in ongoing projects and postdoctoral projects
The Foundation funded the journal Baltic Worlds. It is published open access
The Foundation funded scientific infrastructure through a grant of SEK 15.7 million to Södertörn University’s library
The Foundation funded, completely or partly, 220 employees at Södertörn University
The Foundation funded 20 professors in a special professors’ program