The next application period will be October 15th to November 30th, 2019. Note that the same dead-line, November 30th , applies for recommendations, so ask for the recommendations in time. It is not enough to give the name of a referee in the application, because the grant committee does not usually contact any referees. The recommendation has to be included with the application, either by the applicant or by the person giving the recommendation.
A graduate student cotutelle grant in one of the sciences supported by the Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation is now open for application. The grant is financed in the framework of the Maupertuis program between Finland and France. The application time is 15.10. – 30.11.2020 and can be done on the application system of the Foundation.
Note also that the advice given on the various pages of this website have been updated, so acquaint yourself thoroughly with them before moving to the application pages. Possible comments and improvement suggestions can be sent to email@example.com.
The Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation has awarded 172 grants in 2019, amounting to 1.79 million euro. The number of applications was 679, and the total sum applied for was approximately 10.1 million euro. Grants awarded in 2019.
Applicants, who did not receive a grant, will not be notified by mail.
Applicants, who did receive a grant but did not give their bank account number in the application, are kindly asked to complement their application in this regard in the application system by March 29th. Personal grants (doctorate, post-doc and travel) are paid to the applicants personal bank account. Research grants are paid to a university account with reference to the research project.
A PhD cotutelle grant in one of the science fields supported by the Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation will be available in collaboration between Finland and France. Applications are open on December 5th and the deadline for applications is January 25th. Read more here. More information can be obtained by Dr. Mathieu LEPORINI. His contact information is here, as well as a more complete description of the Maupertuis funding program. More information about the grant and how to apply is described here.
The next application period will be October 15th to November 30th, 2018. Note that the same dead-line November 30th applies for recommendations, so ask for the recommendations in time
The Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation has awarded 193 grants in 2018, amounting to 1,72 million euro. The number of applications was 715, and the total sum applied for was approximately 10,3 million euro. Grants awarded in 2018
The next application period will be October 15th to November 30th, 2017. Note that the same dead-line November 30th applies for recommendations, so make your application in time.
The application deadline has been extended to midnight Dec 9 because of the conflicting information present on the web site.
The Magnus Ehrnrooth Foundation has granted 170 stipends in 2017, in total almost 1.7 million euros. The number of applications was 717 amounting to about 10.8 million euros. The stipends of 2017 can soon be found here. However, it might take a few days. There is a problem with updating these pages. The award letters to the grantees were mailed today (March 6).
The Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation has on March 6 2016 awarded 177 grantees totally 1 709 827 euro in support of basic research in mathematics, astronomy, physics and chemistry, including medical chemistry. This sum includes 40 000 euro granted to 6 recipients in support of developing teaching of natural sciences and mathematics in the schools
The total number of applications was 840 for a total amount 13.5 million euro.
45 researchers received graduate student scholarships for one year or half a year, 21 researchers received postdoc-stipends, 60 research projects received support and 51 researchers received travel grants.
Support was awarded to the various fields of science as follows: mathematics 201 097 €, astronomy 63 440 €, physics 501 890 €, chemistry 362 700 € and medical chemistry 540 700 €.
Den biggest receiver of support is the University of Helsinki, 78 awards amounting to 688 820 €, followed by Åbo Akademi University, 32 awards, 348 000 €, Aalto university, 15 awards, 151 550 €, University of Turku, 15 awards, 138 595 €, University of Oulu, 9 awards, 118 500 € and University of Jyväskylä, 8 awards, 101 280 €.
Applications for grants from the Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation can be submitted from October 15 to December 9, 2016. The awarded grants will be published on March 6, 2017, the birthday of Magnus Ehrnrooth.
Note that the instructions have been updated on November 20, 2016. Please, read through the instructions once again before submitting your applicatioen