Applicants who will present scientific papers in international or local scientific fora are qualified for the Travel Grants. On a case to case basis, paper presentations may not be required if attendance to a conference is expected to result in establishing formal linkages, partnerships, collaborations and strong development impacts to the Center.
Priority 1. Priority shall be given to the following:
SEARCA fellows (senior, adjunct and visiting fellows);
SEARCA Graduate scholarship alumni;
Researchers of SEARCA-implemented/coordinated projects;
Proponents from the University Consortium (faculty, staff and graduate students);
SEARCA ongoing scholars; and
Faculty and staff of universities under the SEARCA's Institutional Development Assistance Program.
Priority 2. Applicants who are citizens of Southeast Asian countries who are regular staff members of non-profit development-oriented institutions or graduate students of other agricultural universities in the Region may be considered if not enough qualified applications under Priority 1 have been received.
At present, only citizens from the following countries are qualified to apply: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam.