For those who want to continue studying and, at the same time, invest in research, applying for a scholarship could be the next step — and it is important to know where to start.
First of all, it is good to understand what type of grant meets the priorities and objectives of the research that one wants to develop. Will it be an application for a doctoral or post-doctoral fellowship? A grant to support research or professional development? Or does it even make sense to embark on a research project with two or more researchers?
Knowing the answer to these questions, the next step is to look for research grants with open applications. Some good places to discover available opportunities are the websites of universities and institutes or websites like the Find-A-PhD and the postgraduate search. Scholarship types, requirements, deadlines and all the useful information are there.
Now, it’s time to explore and be aware.
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