NSfK provides research grants to projects of Nordic criminological relevance. NSfK Council awards individual research grants, grants for joint Nordic research projects, grants for working group meetings and grants for contact seminars. The grant application period for the following year usually opens in October-November. Decisions regarding granted projects are made every year in the annual meeting of the NSfK Council, taking place in early March.
The member states of NSfK are Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The research which the grant is meant for must be carried out in one or more of the member countries. The researchers applying for NSfK research grants must be based in one of the Nordic countries, in order to be eligible for funding.
All research grant applications have to be submitted in English in the NSfK grant application portal.
The Guidelines for NSfK Grants should be read carefully before applying. If you have further questions regarding our funding, please contact the NSfK Secretariat.
Application period for 2021 is October 26th – November 27th 2020.
The application period ends Friday November 27th at 15.00 CET.
In Sweden, current host country for NSfK, research grants are as a rule administered through the researcher’s working place.
Research grant reporting
If you have received a research grant from NSfK and completed the project, please log in to the application portal (where you submitted you application for grant) and find the corresponding reporting forms under “Write report” section. Send your report within three months from the end of the NSfK funded project.