Minor Field Studies

Minor Field Studies

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Sida, through it's Minor Field Studies-scholarship programme, provide the possibility for students to spend 8 weeks in a developing country to conduct their field research for a Bachelor or Master degree project/essay. 

Application rounds

Autumn semester for field studies during Autumn 2018 or Spring 2019. Note, the field study has to be implemented and reported (participation report) before June 11, 2019.

  • August 30 - September 18, 2018 (deadline 23:59) (CLOSED)
  • October 17 - October 31, 2018 (deadline 23:59)

Students are encouraged to contact the MFS-coordinator before application mfs@su.se

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What is Minor Field Studies?

Minor Field Studies (MFS) is a scholarship programme for field studies in developing countries.

Boats in Vietnam. Photo: Rafa Prada (Unsplash)

Requirements

Are you eligible to the Minor Field Studies-programme?

Mountain scenery in Malaysia. Photo: Heiswayi Nrird (Unsplash)

Application

Here you find instructions on how to apply to Minor Field Studies.

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Selection and decision

When the application round has closed the selection process starts. This is mainly done on departemental level.

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MFS preparatory course

All students awarded with an MFS-scholarship must attend a preparatory course.

CONTACT

Minor Field Studies

Visiting address: Studenthuset plan 3, Universitetsvägen 2B

Email: mfs@su.se

Departmental International Coordinators

If you have any enquiry about your MFS project, contact the International Coordinator at your home Department.

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