Scholarships 2024

The Ung Svensk Form winners participate in a touring exhibition of the best of young Swedish design. They also have the chance to get grants and scholars from different companies.

IKEA – Working grant & accommodation

IKEA offers one of the Young Swedish Design nominees a five-month working scholarship at IKEA of Sweden, including pay and accommodation in Älmhult.

Kvadrat – Exhibition grant

Kvadrat awards a scholarship comprising a cash sum and the opportunity to put on an exhibition in Kvadrat’s showroom in Stockholm.

Postnord – Sketch assignment

Postnord Frimärken appoints three scholars for a remunerated sketch assignment where the winner can get the chance to, like popular names such as Elsa Beskow, Lasse Åberg and Ingrid Vang Nyman, get the assignment to design a series of stamps for Postnord Frimärken.

Röhsska museet & Dynamo Väst – Working grant

Through a paid position at the Röhsska Museum, the scholarship recipient gains an insight into how designers and artists can play key roles in working in the public space.

String Furniture – Working grant

The scholarship encompasses a cash sum and the opportunity to both develop a prototype to finished product and to take part at String Furniture’s stand at one of the upcoming furniture fairs.

Stockholm Furniture Fair – Exhibition scholarship

The scholarship winner has the chance to exhibit in a separate stand at the Greenhouse section in 2024. The winner will be announced on day one of the 2023 Stockholm Furniture Fair.

Swedish Wood – Study trip

The recipients are offered a four-day inspirational and educational trip through central Sweden. During the journey, they will learn about the significance of the forest and the interaction throughout the entire value chain.

The Swedish Leather & Fur Industry Foundation – Study trip

All participants in Young Swedish Design, along with a number of new members, are offered a workshop visit to a tannery in Sweden. There is the opportunity to apply for two 3–5 day working scholarships of SEK 20,000 each.