Category Archive: RCUK

May 17 2016

ESRC/AHRC – Pre-Call Announcement for innovation awards under PaCCS

The ESRC and AHRC will shortly be launching a call for inter-disciplinary innovation awards under the Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Research (PaCCS) focusing on Conflict and International Development. Proposals may focus on any stage of the lifecycles of conflict from the community level through to the global which affect the welfare of people …

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Oct 23 2015

AHRC- Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships – National Football Museum Research Consortium

The National Football Museum, funded through the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s collaborative doctoral partnership scheme, invites proposals for their research consortium funding. This enables HEIs to invite candidates to seek studentship funding for PhD studies conducted with the members of the consortium and a UK university. Projects should use the museums’ collections to explore …

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Sep 01 2015

EPSRC – First grant scheme

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council invites applications for its first grant scheme. This helps new academics apply for research funding at the start of their careers. Academics who have had non-typical or part-time working patterns and whose return to academic life will be enhanced by grants are welcome to apply. Applicants must have …

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Aug 10 2015

ESRC – Training bursary

The Economic and Social Research Council invites applications for its training bursaries. These enable staff in the UK social science community who are engaged in research, teaching research methods or supervising research to update their research skills. In addition, bursaries aim to improve the standards of research methods and stimulate the uptake of high-quality training …

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Apr 30 2015

Medical Research Council – Public Health Intervention Development Scheme

The Public Health Intervention Development Scheme supports the early stages of development of public health interventions. Studies should address an important UK or global public health issue and offer an innovative approach to intervention development or applying an existing intervention in a new setting. Awards are worth up to £150,000 for a maximum of 18 …

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