IBFD Offers Short-Term Research Grants for Students from Developing Countries
We are eager to start offering short-term research grants to qualified graduate students from developing countries who are conducting research in international and comparative taxation.
The grants are worth €3,000 and can be used to partly cover the costs of research stays in Amsterdam. The research stay must last for a minimum of three weeks and a maximum of 90 days. One grant is awarded each quarter, with the first application deadline on 15 March 2024.
The benefits of conducting research at IBFD include:
- Access to IBFD's world-renowned library and research facilities
- The opportunity to network with leading experts in international tax
- The chance to contribute to the development of international tax law and policy
As the home of international taxation, IBFD is committed to fostering students' passion for international and comparative taxation. These grants are a way for IBFD to support students from developing countries who are interested in pursuing research in these areas at the highest standards, benefitting from world-class facilities and resources.
Take the first step in advancing your knowledge and contribute to our ever-growing community of tax researchers at IBFD. Review the application criteria and submit your application today.