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Master’s grant to study sustainability

USN has a Master’s grant for students writing their theses on sustainability.

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About the grant

Illustrasjon: motta stipend for masteroppgave om bærekraft

Who can apply?

  • All master’s students at USN who are looking to incorporate a perspective on sustainability in their theses may apply for a grant to fund purposes that will support their projects.
  • Students enrolled in all master’s programmes at USN may apply, regardless of their subject field.
  • Both full-time and part-time students may apply.

What is the amount you can apply for?

  • The total grant amount for spring 2024 is NOK 100,000, with a maximum of NOK 25,000 for each individual grant.

What can you apply for?

  • In order to obtain funding, your project must address sustainability, and preferably the concept of sustainable transition. If your project is specifically cross-disciplinary, or contributes in any way towards collaboration between groups with contrasting viewpoints on sustainability, it will be assigned priority for a grant award.
  • The funds may be used towards travel expenses, data gathering, equipment, books or attendance at courses and conferences.

When can you apply?

  • The spring 2024 deadline is 10 March.

How do you apply?