Research scholarships are being offered to students reading a course at any level at the Faculty for Social Wellbeing. This is an initiative supported by Kindred.
This initiative is intended to empower you in developing transferable skills related to research and dissemination of information, as well as to strengthen your capacity in working within teams towards a common goal. This scholarship is open to all current students who are reading courses with our Faculty.
You are expected to prepare a research proposal to effectively address a research problem in the area of social wellbeing that requires a qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods research approach. The final report should include the following deliverables: a literature review, methodology, findings, discussion, and conclusions and recommendations for further research and practice. Following the completion of such a report, participants will be expected to disseminate the results, conclusions and recommendations highlighted and possibly present your work.
Each project can receive a maximum grant of €1,500.
To be eligible for funding support, proposals are to:
- Include up to three (3) students currently enrolled with the Faculty for Social Wellbeing; with a lead applicant who needs to be identified in the proposal.
- You can be reading at any level of study.
- We strongly encourage intersectional collaboration.
- Study needs to include empirical research.