Grant guidelines Internalisation fellowships

Publiceret:

01.05.2024

Grant period

The grant period is outlined in the grant letter or in the later submitted notice. The Carlsberg Foundation must approve any change in the grant period.

Any request of change in the grant period must be submitted via the Carlsberg Foundation application and grant system (CF-Grant), no later than one month before the end of the grant period.

If the funding has not been fully used at the expiration of the grant period, the remainder of the grant will be repealed.

Disbursement of grants

Any grant disbursement requests must be submitted via the Carlsberg Foundation application and grant system (CF-Grant). 

Administration of the grant

The grant should be administered by the grant holder.

Other funding

If the grant holder obtains additional funding during the grant period, the Carlsberg Foundation must be informed immediately, with details of any potential overlap.

Maternity leave/Paternity leave

The Carlsberg Foundation covers maternity/paternity leave of up to 32 weeks for women and up to 15 weeks for men. A request for an extension of the grant period due to maternity/paternity leave will automatically give rise to a supplementary grant to the existing grant with an amount corresponding to the extension.

Sick leave

The Carlsberg Foundation covers sick leave exceeding 30 days. A request for an extension of the grant period due to sick leave will automatically give rise to a supplementary grant to the existing grant with an amount corresponding to the extension.

Change of grant holder

A grant from the Carlsberg Foundation is given to the main applicant.

In situations regarding job change or death the grant is, by standard, void. Transference of a grant to another person requires an exceptional reason and must be approved by the Carlsberg Foundation. 

Communication and publication

In interviews with journalists and contact with the media about your research, we encourage you to state that your research is funded by the Carlsberg Foundation. Furthermore, it should preferably be clearly stated in all peer-reviewed publications, conference proceedings, monographs etc. that your research is funded by the foundation. This is done by adding the following statement to the Acknowledgments: “The work presented here is supported by the Carlsberg Foundation, grant CF00-0000”.

Final PhD assessment

If the Ph.D. degree was not obtained at the time of application, a copy of the final Ph.D. assessment must be submitted before the start of the project via the Carlsberg Foundation application and grant system (CF-Grant).

Tax advice

The Carlsberg Foundation offers professional advice on tax rules. 

Please contact PwC, Director Compliance & Wealth Christina Mosegaard, mobile: +45 2944 3052, email: christina.mosegaard@pwc.com or Manager Compliance & Wealth Mathias Møller, mobile +45 2057 5685, email: mathias.m.moller@pwc.com.

Patenting, licensing agreements, and sale of knowhow

Any invention or utility model produced by employees as a result of work on a project financed by the Carlsberg Foundation must be handled by the host institution according to their internal guidelines.

The Carlsberg Foundation does not take ownership of or require any rights to Intellectual Property resulting from activities supported by the grant.

Reporting

A scientific report must be submitted no later than three months after the termination of the grant period. The report must be submitted via the Carlsberg Foundation application and grant system (CF-Grant) using the Carlsberg Foundation reporting template.

The grant will terminate when the Carlsberg Foundation has approved the reporting.

If a grant holder does not follow the reporting guidelines, the Carlsberg Foundation has the right to demand the grant either partly or fully repaid.

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