© 1996

The Grants Register 1997

  • Editors
  • Ruth¬†Austin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-v
  2. Ruth Austin
    Pages 1-114
  3. Ruth Austin
    Pages 115-655
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 657-681

About this book


In response to changing market needs, The Grants Register has been substantially revised from previous editions for this, its 15th edition. With increased student and professional mobility world-wide, coverage in The Grants Register has been extended from the English speaking world to the whole world, making it the only truly international guide of its kind. The number of awards has increased by 25% from the last edition, with all the information supplied directly by the awarding body. To improve ease of use, the layout and field structure has also been completely update. This has included the introduction of new fields on the level of study, individual eligibility and applications procedures as well as additional contact details such as email and World Wide Web addresses. The indexes have also been completely revised, with the introduction of an internationally recognised subject index which simultaneously incorporates a geographical guide to eligibility. An alphabetical list of awards will also be given. Now significantly extended, The Grants Register continues to be the only complete guide to awards and grants for postgraduates, young professionals, mature students and advanced scholars.


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