Human Frontier Science Programme
HFSP supports international scientific collaborations and Research Grants are therefore awarded for innovative research projects involving extensive collaboration among teams of independent scientists working in different countries and in different disciplines. For information on funding opportunities, please click here.
European Commission for Research and Innovation
The Directorate-General for Research and Innovation’s mission is to develop and implement the European research and innovation policy with a view to achieving the goals of Europe 2020 and the Innovation Union. The Directorate-General for Research and Innovation supports research and innovation through European Framework Programmes, coordinates and supports national and regional research and innovation programmes, contributes to the creation of the European Research Area by developing the conditions for researchers and knowledge to circulate freely, and supports European organisations and researchers in their cooperation at international level. For information on India specific cooperation please click here.
European programmes such as Horizon 2020, Erasmus+ and Creative Europe are also providers of grants. CORDIS is the European Commission’s primary public repository and portal to disseminate information on all EU-funded research projects and their results in the broadest sense. European Union and India Enhanced Cooperation Framework for Improved Bilateral Dialogue in the Fields of Science and Technology , INNOINDIGO Policy are also India sepcific useful resources.
European Research Council
The main goal of the European Research Council (ERC) is to encourage high quality research in Europe through competitive funding. For more information on funding opportunities, please click here.
NordForsk is an organisation under the Nordic Council of Ministers that provides funding for Nordic research cooperation as well as advice and input on Nordic research policy. To know about their call for proposals please click here.
Nordic Master Programme
Nordic Master Program allows Nordic higher education institutions to apply for funding of up to DKK 1 million per project aimed at developing the Nordic Master Programmes. For more information, kindly click here.
Nordic Research Councils for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (NOS-HS)
NOS-HS provides research funding for studies within the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences. The principal recipients of funding are universities, university colleges and research institutes. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.
Nordic Institute of Asian Studies: Support Programme for Asian Studies
The Studies Support Programme for Asian Studies (SUPRA) of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS), comprises multiple forms of research support specially aimed at students and researchers, including a number of online services available both at NIAS, and outside the institute. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.
Nordic Innovation Centre
Working under the auspices of the Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordic Innovation is a key player in implementing the Nordic trade, industry and innovation partnership programme. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.
Nordic Publications Committee for Humanist and Social Sciences Periodicals (NOP-HS) funding for periodicals
Humanist and social sciences periodicals can apply for funding from the Nordic Publications Committee for Humanist and Social Sciences Periodicals (NOP-HS) every year. Grants are available for Nordic based humanities and social sciences publications, which have a broad Nordic editorial composition and a broad Nordic spread of both writers and subscribers. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.
NORDITA – Scientific Programmes
NORDITA – Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics, annually awards funding for a number of scientific programmes. A Nordita Scientific programme is an extended workshop where a limited number of scientists work together on specific topics for a period of up to 4 weeks. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.
Nordic Summer University funding scheme
Nordic Summer University (NSU) provides funding for study and research activities. Project funds are primarily allocated to types of work in NSU done by the circles, that is the three year study projects which every year hold a winter symposium, organise a programme at the summer session and publish publications. Separate projects, for example, an academic symposium may obtain funding with a justified application. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.
Nordic Energy Research is the funding institution for energy research under the Nordic Council of Ministers – the intergovernmental body between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. For more information about calls for proposals, please click here.