Tools for improving and speeding up your workflow:
Courses and modules
Resources on developing your skill in producing reproducible and ethical science:
Tools for building online experiments and behaviour change programs:
Estimating your required sample size and statistical power:
See our funding database to find funding for your PhD studies focused on one of our recommended research directions.
We also maintain a database featuring funding opportunities from EA funding bodies, many of which are relevant to the research directions we recommend.
The 2021 scholarship guide outlines scholarships available in various universities across multiple countries for undergraduate, masters and PhD students.
Many universities have their own university- or faculty/school-based mini-grants programs to support students with particularly promising research or extra-curricular plans (e.g. exceptional research proposals for their undergraduate, masters or PhD thesis or plans to attend conferences or research-based events to support their research).
Try googling something like “special research grants [name of your university]” to find whether yours offer this.
International, all disciplines
Prizes from other countries coming soon...
Your own department/university likely run their own thesis awards. Consider applying – it is usually a good way to show that your thesis is exceptional.
We do regular searches to identify opportunities that are relevant to our recommended research directions, and are particularly suited to students interested in research careers and early-career researchers. If you want to make use of this service, please apply here.
Opportunities relevant to our prioritised research directions can also be found below:
Opportunities can also be found by signing up for the newsletters of the research organisations mentioned in our prioritised research directions profiles. There are also many newsletters linked in this post.
Thanks to Michel Justen from EA UW–Madison for help creating this page.