International funding - apply now!

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We are delighted to announce the first call for applications to our 2015-2016 International Research Funding Schemes. The previous calls are already funding a wide range of fascinating research projects across the globe and we are looking forward to receiving more high quality bids this year.

The Bath International Research Funding Schemes have recently been re-branded to better align with the wider GW4 and RCUK funding landscape:

The International Research Initiator Scheme (previously named Global Mobility Scheme) will continue to promote short-term partnership visits (of up to 4 weeks) to University Strategic Partners and vice versa.

The International Research Accelerator Scheme (previously named Global Collaboration Scheme) is designed to build upon relationships established as a result of activities funded by the International Research Initiator Scheme as well as existing partnerships with University Strategic Partners.

The Future Research Leaders Incubator Scheme (previously named Global Research Scholarship Scheme) will give excellent PhD students from University Strategic Partners the opportunity to study for a limited period at Bath, and vice versa.

Excellent, high quality proposals with other institutions will be considered for all of the above schemes, in particular if there are plans to create a linkage between the proposed activities and one of our Strategic Partners in the future.

The deadline for the first call of applications is Monday 19th October.

Please visit the International Funding pages to find out more and to explore the whole range of international funding opportunities we offer, including a full timeline of call launch dates and deadlines for the 2015-16 academic year.

Keep an eye on our blog for upcoming call launches: Sabbatical Scheme later in September and FAPESP-Bath funding in October.

Please feel free to get in touch with us via if you have any questions.

Posted in: Funding/Scholarship, Research


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