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Links 1 through 10 of 127 by Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) tagged grants_for_expeditions_and_fieldwork

An annual award of £8,000 for a project that aims to further the understanding and exploration of the planets cultures and environments, while promoting personal development through the intellectual or physical challenges involved. Projects can be desk or field based and are for independent travel. Eligibility: UK nationals over the age of 25. Postgraduate research proposals will not be funded. Deadline: 30 November each year.

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Grants are awarded for projects that advance the education of the public in history, archaeology (including biblical aspects), art, languages, ethnology, geography, natural and earth sciences of the Levant. The Fund is also willing to consider awarding a small number of travel grants to research students to be used for visiting collections or excavations relating to their dissertation research. Applicants for Fund grants should be or become subscribers to the Palestine Exploration Fund. Grants range from £250- £1,400. Deadline: 31 January each year.

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The Society offers several awards of up to £3,000 to individuals for original desk and/or field based research in any area of geography. Preference will be given to early career researchers. Each year one grant of up to £3,000 will be made available from the 20th International Geographical Congress. Deadline: 18 January each year.

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Annual scholarship of £2,500 awarded to a student working for a higher degree on a Huguenot subject, i.e. the study of any activity of the French, the Dutch, the Flemish or the Walloon Protestants from the 16th century to the present, in any geographical area. Preference is given to those who or whose parents are members of the French Protestant Church of London, and to persons of French Protestant descent. Deadline 1 October each year.

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The award offers a £5,000 grant for an original and inspiring journey anywhere in the world. The award recipient will receive training in radio broadcasting from the BBC and will record their experiences for a BBC Radio 4 documentary. Deadline: 4 October each year.

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The fund assists applicants in their quest for adventure. Applicants must be female, aged 11-18, and must live or attend school within eight miles of Exmouth Town Hall, excluding the areas west of the Exe estuary and north of the M5 motorway.

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The Trust makes awards for the support of research and education. Institutions eligible to apply are universities, other institutions of higher education in the UK, and registered charities in the UK which have research capacity equivalent in standing to that of a UK university. Research Project Grants may be held for up to five years. The maximum grant value is £500,000.

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Grants of up to $10,580 to persons whose individual initiative and work in a wide spectrum of disciplines furthers the Lindberghs' vision of a balance between the advance of technology and the preservation of the natural / human environment.

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For individual 1st or 2nd year undergraduate students in any discipline who are planning to push the limits. For example, working as part of a voluntary organisation, contributing to community projects, learning a new language or skill, planning an expedition. Applications are welcome from students of any discipline, who are currently in their penultimate year of study or earlier. This award of £500 is only open to students who are currently studying in the UK or the Netherlands.

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The Netherlands Committee for IUCN administers a small grants programme for projects aimed at the conservation and sustainable management of wetlands. Grants are only given to local NGOs to implement wetland conservation and management projects, related awareness training or related lobby activities. Please check their website for full criteria and a list of priority countries.

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