Student Grant Programme 2025

The Herpetology Asia Student Grant Programme (HAS-GP) financially supports academic students, especially undergraduate and master students. This grant is available only for individual students (not for organizations or groups), because our aim is to strengthening research capacity of young researchers in Indonesia. Therefore, it is expected that the students enhance their research skills, knowledge, and experience through their own research work. We fund each project for a maximum duration of one year so, the application for next year will be available by end of this year. The deadline for each application is 31 December in each year and consult our lab members before applying.

Grant Amount and Duration. The maximum grant size is:

IDR 5.000.000 (for undergraduate students/ mahasiswa S1);

IDR 10.000.000 (for master students/ mahasiswa S2); and

IDR 15.000.000 (for PhD students/ mahasiswa S3).

International Research Grants

Explorer’s Club (US). Funds research from high school to graduate level.

International Foundation for Science (Sweden). IFS supports young developing country scientists who have the potential for becoming the future research leaders and lead scientists in their nations.

Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles

Volkswagen Foundation (Germany). The Volkswagen Foundation provides financial support to academic institutions in Germany, as well as other countries, and funding is available for projects in all disciplines.

WWF’s Education for Nature Fund. EFN supports promising conservationists through a number of programs:

Russell E. Train Fellowships. for graduate level, academic degree study

Phoenix Zoo Grants for Wildlife Conservation and Science.  The Phoenix Zoo (Arizona, USA) makes small grants to support wildlife conservation and science worldwide.

SeaWorld and Busch Gardens.  The Conservation Fund makes grants for wildlife conservation, research, and education.

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). USAID and the NSF jointly support Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Science.

Wildlife Conservation Network. The WCN supports wildlife projects worldwide, with emphasis on Latin America, Africa, and Asia.

Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund. The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund (DWCF) makes grants for wildlife studies, habitat protection, and community conservation and education in critical ecosystems around the world.

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