RSGS Grants

Since its inception, the RSGS and its members have part-funded hundreds of students, academics and explorers in their careers and research, both at home and abroad. Expeditions have ranged from the 1902-04 Scottish National Antarctic Expedition led by explorer William Speirs Bruce, to contemporary undergraduate research into community renewable energy projects in the UK, and orang-utan response to habitat loss in Borneo.

Current Opportunities

RSGS KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE GRANTS FOR EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS 

The RSGS Knowledge Exchange Grants aim to promote geography through disseminating the results of geographical enquiry and research for the benefit of the wider public. Aimed at early career researchers, the grants are in the range of £200 to £1,000.

Guidance notes and details of the application process are available here.

Deadline: Friday 12th April 2019.