The grant holder is responsible for following the existing guidelines. 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. For any postponement of the start date, a written request with a justified reason must be sent to the Carlsberg Foundation before the start date. For any extension of the grant period, a written request with a justified reason must be sent to the Carlsberg Foundation no later than a month before the expiration date. Any request of change in the grant period must be submitted via the Carlsberg Foundation application and grant system (Webfond). The Carlsberg Foundation’s template must be used. If the funding has not been fully used at the expiration of the grant period, the remainder of the grant will be repealed.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 (Webfond). The Carlsberg Foundation’s template must be used. Administration of the grant The grant should be administrated at the Danish institution where the project is conducted. This does not apply to the Internationalisation Fellowships and in some cases publication support where the grant is administered by the grant holder. Redistribution of budget lines If the redistribution of individual budget lines exceeds 25%, the redistribution must be approved in advance by the Carlsberg Foundation. 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. Dissemination and publication It has to be clearly stated that the research project was granted by the Carlsberg Foundation in dissemination activities, publications, press publicity etc. Please find more information on our website. Tax For further information about taxation conditions regarding the grant we refer to the Danish tax authorities SKAT. The Carlsberg Foundation has compiled a memorandum about the general taxation rules in regards to the Internationalisation Fellowships / Visiting Fellowships (see memorandum – only in Danish). Reporting You must submit a scientific report no later than three months after the termination of the grant period, using the template found in the Carlsberg Foundation application and grant system (Webfond). 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.