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Date added: 2023-05-19

Next call for applications under Individual Research Studies and the RADIUM program

Radium Learning Through Research Programs
Individual Research Studies, hereafter referred to as ISB, enable the creation of individual training paths for the most talented second-level students in conjunction with their research under research projects.

Under the RADIUM Program, it is possible to obtain a university grant to finance the costs of ongoing research by second-level students in Individual Research Studies. 
The ISB and the RADIUM Program are part of the implementation of IDUB's tasks to improve the quality of education of students and doctoral students, especially in majors and scientific disciplines related to the university's priority research areas, Measure III.1. (Modification of the education system for first and second degree studies).

Addresses of the program

A second-degree student may apply himself or herself, or may be applied, for example, by a dean, mentor, research supervisor or manager of a project in which he or she has participated or is currently participating.

Eligibility criteria

The Evaluation Committee considers the following criteria when evaluating ISB applications:
(a) track record of past involvement in scientific activities, such as.
(b) publications, participation/references at conferences, participation in scientific projects, active
(c) activity in scientific circles,
(d) grade on diploma thesis/diploma project,
e) grade point average from first degree program,
f) recommendations/letters of recommendation,
g) motivation letter,
h) interview.

Budget and funding conditions

The maximum amount of funding for a research project is PLN 24,000 gross, and the period of its implementation is no longer than 10 months.
The condition for participation in the RADIUM Program is that the Applicant obtains prior approval from the Vice-Rector for Education for the implementation of the ISB, in accordance with the Regulations for Individual Research Studies.
What cost categories can be planned in the project?
Grants awarded as a result of the competition may finance:
- costs for the purchase of small laboratory equipment, materials necessary for research, non-perishable materials, including reagents, 
- costs of IT equipment and software necessary for the implementation of research,
- extraneous services necessary for research implementation,
- costs related to dissemination of research, including, in particular, travel and subsistence expenses, publication fees, costs of participation in conferences.

How to apply?

Call for ISB
The ISB application is submitted electronically at between May 17 and June 9, 2023 at 11:59 pm. 
Applications should be sent from your student account ( The original application should be submitted to the Vice Chancellor for Education.

Call for Radium 
The call for applications under the RADIUM program will run from May 17 to June 28, 2023, 11:59 p.m. Applications should be submitted electronically at 
Submitted applications are subject to evaluation by an Evaluation Committee appointed by the Rector. The Rector will make the final decision on awarding the grant.