KI Internal Prioritisation Process for External Swedish Funding
A number of Swedish sponsors require a signature and letter of support from the Vice-Chancellor of KI to be included as part of the application. KI and the Grants Office have therefore set up an internal prioritisation process to facilitate this application process.
Information of the calls is disseminated by the Grants Office by email to the heads of department, through publication on the KI Grants Office website, and through the Grants Office newsletter.
Each call has one or two internal deadlines in the application process. A signature from the head of the department is required, generally confirming that the department is aware of the sponsor's terms and conditions and supports the contents of the application. Please use the form for internal prioritisation which is provided with the information about the specific call.
Sponsors and calls which typically fall within the KI internal prioritisation process
The Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation primarily grants funding for projects related to law, social science and other social sciences together with fellowships in clinical medicine.
The Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation primarily grants funding for scientific research within the humanities and learning.
Sida is a government agency working on behalf of the Swedish parliament and government, with the mission to reduce poverty in the world.
Their Research Training Partnership Programme aims at strengthening of institutional research capacity in countries where Sweden has long-term development cooperation. This is done through joint research education projects.
STINT offers a wide variety of grant and scholarship programmes to support internationalisation at Swedish educational establishments. There is a KI internal prioritisation process for the call for Strategic Grants for Internationalisation.