The SEAC Research Fund is a grant available to LSE faculty and SEAC Associates to fill a gap in the available support for social science research on issues relevant to Southeast Asia.
Launching in the 2020/21 Academic Year, this new scheme provides funding toward field research expenses in Southeast Asia (maximum £2,000) and conference attendance (maximum £500) for LSE PhD students whose research relates to Southeast Asia.
SEAC welcomes applications for seminar series, study groups or networking events focusing on social science issues relevant to Southeast Asia, aligning with one or more of SEAC’s core research themes.
SEAC welcomes applications for our Visiting Appointments Scheme from individuals from outside LSE who wish to conduct research in London and draw on the expertise of SEAC.
This new grant is for current LSE undergraduate and taught master’s students for field research in the Southeast Asia region as part of their assessed dissertation. The funding may contribute towards travel expenses and on-site research expenses, up to a maximum of £500 per applicant.
The new SEAC Undergraduate Research Fellowship scheme seeks to engage LSE undergraduate students with the research of SEAC's Centre Associates. Undergraduate Research Fellows (URFs) are expected to gain important insight into the work of an academic in planning, conducting and disseminating scholarly research.