MAXQDA is offering students and PhD candidates a research grant totaling $1,600

The research should aim to study, bring awareness to, and contribute to empowerment initiatives. This semester's grant theme is sustainability and sustainable development.
BERLIN - April 7, 2020 - PRLog -- VERBI Software GmbH will be awarding three grants to student-researchers in the spring/summer semester 2020. The #ResearchforChange Grant combines financial support and access to professional qualitative and mixed methods data analysis software.

The deadline to apply is May 27th, 2020.

With a $850.00 USD cash research scholarship, a MAXQDA Analytics Pro Student software license for 24 months, two professional (online) MAXQDA training sessions, admission to the next MAXQDA International Conference, and more, the grant totals $1,600.00 USD in value.

Eligibility Requirements:

-The applicant is currently an undergraduate, postgraduate, or PhD student enrolled at a higher learning institution (college, university, trade school, etc.).

-The applicant is conducting, or about to conduct, qualitative or mixed methods fieldwork focused on sustainability and sustainable development.

-The (online) fieldwork will begin by September 30th, 2020.

-The applicant will be using MAXQDA software to analyze their research data but no previous MAXQDA experience is required.

About VERBI Software:

VERBI Software – Consult – Sozialforschung GmbH develops and distributes the computer-assisted qualitative data analysis software MAXQDA.

MAXQDA is software designed to facilitate and support qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research projects. It allows you to import, organize, analyze, visualize, and publish all forms of data that can be collected electronically.

Learn more about MAXQDA Research Grants at:

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