MAXQDA Research Grants
Now accepting applications
Supporting fieldwork research that empowers the Global South
VERBI Software supports you in using professional research software from the very beginning. Our team is committed to both helping students unlock their research potential and supporting empowerment initiatives throughout the world. MAXQDA Research Grants seek to facilitate the creation of international networks for research collaboration, thereby encouraging accountable data collection and self-reflective work products.
The #ResearchforChange Grant has been created to give financial support and methodological training to student-researchers whose fieldwork aims to study, bring awareness to, and contribute to empowerment initiatives in the Global South.
If you are a teacher and would like to pass this information along to your students, please download our grant info flyer (PDF).
What does the Research for Change Grant consist of?
With a $800.00 cash Mobility Scholarship, MAXQDA Analytics Pro Student software license, and two professional training seminars, MAXQDA is offering three qualitative and mixed-methods student-researchers a grant totaling $1,200.00 USD in value each.
While we do require that all information be submitted in English, the location of the researcher’s home institution, personal characteristics such as age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, or religious affiliation will not affect the selection process.
Students conducting South-South research are encouraged to apply.
$1,200.00 Grant Includes
A one-time $800.00 USD research mobility scholarship (converted into the currency of your home banking institution) to be received before the researcher’s fieldwork commences.
MAXQDA Analytics Pro Student software license for 12 months with two installations of the latest version of MAXQDA ($109.00 value). Fully compatible with Windows and Mac.
2 online training sessions conducted by professional MAXQDA trainers (max. $300.00 value).
Full Support Rights
Full MAXQDA technical online support as provided by VERBI Software for MAXQDA license holders.
Exposure & Publicity
The grant recipient and their research will be featured on the VERBI Software website and social media (including academic articles written in post).
- The applicant must currently be a student or PhD candidate enrolled at a higher learning institution (college, university, trade school, etc.).
- The applicant must be conducting, or be about to conduct, qualitative or mixed methods fieldwork in the Global South.
- The applicant will be using MAXQDA software to analyze their research data.
No previous MAXQDA experience necessary.
Students with disabilities are encouraged to apply.