NDPIA members may apply for co-funding to support travel and accommodation costs to participate in national activities announced via NDPIA when the activity is held at a university other than their own university.
Non-member participants affiliated with our international collaborators can participate in activities organized by NDPIA for free and can receive free accommodations for the activities. However, no co-funding for travel costs is available for these participants.
How to apply
An application form (see below) and invoices to verify your costs should be submitted to Debra Milton (email@example.com) shortly after attending the activity.
Prior to the event, NDPIA members should handle travel/accommodation arrangements according to routines at their respective department/university. A department/university project account is required for the transfer of funds. No funds will be transferred to a personal account. Any application that only requests co-funding for travel within the Stockholm/Uppsala region will not be considered. Applicants will receive an email confirming receipt of the application and co-funding support.
Application forms are of two types depending on if you work at Umeå University or not.
- Members that work at Umeå University should use the internal co-funding form:
Download the NDPIA co-funding internal form
- All other members should use the external co-funding form:
Download the NDPIA co-funding external form
Travel co-funding provided
Travel via train or one flight (including return trip)
→ Up to 2000 SEK
Travel longer distances (two flights or a sleeper train, including return trip)
→ Up to 3500 SEK
Accommodation co-funding provided
→ Up to 1200 SEK per night
(link to tips on accommodation)
Participant from Lund at a five-day course in Stockholm:
Travel 1500 SEK plus accommodation 5000 SEK, total co-funding up to 6500 SEK.
Participant from Göteborg at a three-day course in Umeå:
Travel 2000 SEK plus accommodation 3000 SEK, total co-funding up to 5000 SEK.