Scholarships 2018

The Ung Svensk Form nominees participate in a touring exhibition of the best of young Swedish design.  In 2018 it’s 20 years since the project started and it will be celebrated with new grants and an exhibition in Japan. The participants  have the chance to receive one of the following scholarships.

 

NEW! Folkhem will grant one scholar with 100 000 SEK

 

NEW! Graphic design assignment in Japan via Young Swedish Form and Japanese ASKUL

The Japanese company Askul establishes a special scholarship for Ung Svensk Forms (Young Swedish Design). In 2018  Sweden and Japan celebrate 150 years of diplomatic relations. Svensk Form has many years of cooperation with Askul. Askul is the largest supplier of office supplies in Japan and loves Swedish design. The word Askul means “delivery tomorrow”. In connection with the anniversary, Askul wants to give a new generation of Swedish designers the opportunity to apply for a scholarship in collaboration with Ung Svensk Form to develop a series of anniversary products, focusing on further relationships for another 150 years. The assignment involves close cooperation with Askul and includes a trip to Japan in 2018. Among the applications for Ung Svensk Form, a number of the appclicants will be selected as Askul scholars. The only requirement is that you apply to Ung Svensk Form.
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Working grant with salary and accommodation for 5 months in Älmhult at IKEA of Sweden.

IKEA and Svensk Form collaborates again on the award Young Swedish Design. IKEA offers a five-month working grant at IKEA of Sweden for one of the winners of this year’s Young Swedish Design. The partnership also includes an annual workshop with students from several countries about how we want to live and work in the future.

Three scholarships à 30 000 SEK from the Swedish Foundation Tannery industry’s promotion.

Each round of Ung Svebsk Form  the Tannery Industry offers three generous scholarships each of 30 000 SEK.

The Tannery Industry also  invites all nominees to a study trip to one of one of Sweden’s remaining five tanneries. 2013 we visited Tärnsjö in Uppland and 2014 we were at the Elmo Leather in Västergötland. Kero Leather in Pajala/Sattajärvi was the host of this trip in 2015. In 2016 we went to Tranås Skinneberedning.

Kvadrat will grant one scholar with 5000 SEK, material to a value of 5000 SEK and an exhibition at Kvadrat’s showroom in Stockholm

Mitab awards working grants resulting in a separate exhibition