Supporting research projects
Orangutan Appeal UK is pleased to offer Studentship Grants up to a maximum value of £1500 for research projects that support primate conservation in Borneo.
The grant is available to applicants based at a UK academic institution for studies that will be conducted by the end of September 2016. Applicants must be undergraduate or master’s students.
Terms and Conditions
Successful applicants will be expected to:
Produce a one-page summary of their project in addition to a full scientific report
Provide three high-quality digital photographs depicting aspects of their work
Acknowledge Orangutan Appeal UK in any presentations or publications
Provide receipts for expenses and return any unspent money
Agree to Orangutan Appeal UK publishing the summary on the OAUK website and promotional materials
Orangutan Appeal UK reserve the right to offer grants for less than the full amount applied for, or to award no grants if no suitable applications are received.
Applicants should prepare a project proposal of no more than six pages in Word or PDF format. The proposal should contain:
- Project aims
- Project methodology (including statistical analysis)
- Project outputs
- Conservation outcomes
- Ethics statement
- Timeline of project
- Details of any required permits
- Full budget breakdown including any other secured or pending funding
In addition to the project proposal the applicant should also provide a 1-2 page CV, a letter of support from the organisation with which the research will be conducted and a letter of academic support.
The grant is open for applications from 1st November 2015.
Completed applications should be submitted via email to John at email@example.com
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