Royal Geographical Society

Deadline: 29/10/2004
September 29, 2003

A single grant of £5,000 for exploration and further understanding of the planet. This is an annual award available for individuals over the age of twenty-five, kindly provided by Life Fellow, Neville Shulman and his associates. The aim of the award is to promote a better understanding of the world, it’s peoples and it’s cultures. The award is not open to those conducting research as part of a PhD or MSc course.

Details here
Contact: Grants Officer
Address: RGS-IBG
1 Kensington Gore
London SW7 2AR
Telephone: 020 7591 3073
Fax: 020 7591 3031
Email: grants@rgs.org

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