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National Geographic Grants Award 2017

Deadline: Deadline: Always Open01-Jul-2017
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What is National Geographic Grants Award 2017?

National Geographic Grants Award 2017 is looking for the applicants from around the world who are not afraid to take risks, think differently and challenge themselves and others to push the boundaries of what is possible. Whether you are a scientist, storyteller, conservationist, or educator, you have the ability to reveal the amazing diversity and hidden complexities of our world, sharing ideas and information that can lead to important solutions. National Geography Society is working to increase global understanding of our planet and create a community of change, advancing key insights about the world and probing some of the most pressing scientific questions of our time. All this to inspire solutions for the greater good and will get an award up to $ 30000.

 

Who can apply for this scholarship ?

Applicants above 18 years are eligible to apply.

How can you apply ?

The application can be done online with the following steps:
Step 1:
Click on the new applicant.
Step 2: Write your email and confirm your email.
Step 3: Give your password and confirm the password.
Step 4: Now fill the details.
Step 5: Attach the documents.
Step 6: Submit.

FAQs

Q: Can I apply for more than one project at a time?
A: 
No, you can apply for only one project at a time. If you are a previous grantee, you must close all previous grants before applying for a new project.

Q: Can I resubmit an application for a project that has been previously declined?
A:
No, please do not reapply for the same project if it has already been declined. The only exception is if you have been instructed by a National Geographic Society program officer to reapply.

Q: Can I apply for funding to support lab work?
A:
National Geographic funds usually support fieldwork with a minority of the requested budget for lab work. However, exceptions may be considered on a case-by-case basis, and applicants should contact the program officers (cre@ngs.org) before applying.

Q: Can I submit my project in a language other than English?
A:
No, all applications and attachments must be in English.

Q: I am a student. Should I apply in my advisor's name?
A:
No, the individual who will be responsible for carrying out the project should apply in his/her own name.

Q: Does National Geographic help with visas for work performed outside of my home country?
A:
No, we do not help with visas.

Terms and Conditions

Documents:

  • Applicants can also submit a map and images. Maps and images should fit on an 8.5" x 11" sheet of paper, portrait layout. These should be in one of the following formats: BMP, JPG, PNG, WMF.
  • The maximum size for all attachments combined is 10 MB. Please note that files with certain extensions (such as "exe", "com", "vbs", or "bat") cannot be uploaded.

The three lenses:

  • The Human Journey
  • Wildlife and Wild Places
  • Our Changing Planet

Grant Type Definitions:

  • Early Career Grant
  • Standard Grant
  • Expedited Grant

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