Conditions for Grant Awards
Below conditions for grant award
- Applications without attachments will not be processed. Incomplete or late applications, as well as paper applications are not considered.
- Retroactive applications are not funded. An application is regarded as retroactive if a trip, project or funding period for full-time research or full-time studies specified in the application ends before the application deadline. Grants for full-time research or full-time studies will not be awarded for periods before the grant decision is made.
- A condition for payment of a grant is that the applicant has not received other funding for the same purpose.
- The grants are personal.
- As a rule only one grant is awarded per person and application round.
- Grants for full-time research require a leave of absence from another position.
- A condition for payment of a grant for full-time research is that the applicant has not received other funding for the same period.
- Grants for doctoral students require that the applicant is registered as a present doctoral student at Hanken.
- The grantee must follow current guidelines for responsible conduct of research in all aspects of his/her studies/research.
- Grants for conference participation require that the applicant presents a paper at the conference which has been accepted for presentation.
- Grants for language courses and Summer Schools are only granted for participation in courses arranged by institutions of good repute.
- The same person can be granted a maximum of three scholarships for language courses/Summer Schools.
- Daily allowances and costs for meals are not granted from the awarded funds.
- Funds for proof-reading, spell checking, translation etc of articles, theses, papers and questionnaires etc are not granted. Funds for transcription are not granted.
- Conferences, courses, study visits and projects in Finland are not financed through the means of the funds.
- Funds for purchase of literature will only be granted in exceptional cases and the purchase will then be administered by the Hanken library.