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Programme: RISe - Research Information Sessions 2016/2017
Course: FInD Session I - The research funding landscape: Fellowship opportunities for established researchers
Description:

Find out about the upcoming calls for individual fellowships available to established researchers and research leaders. Hear about specific UK/EU funders and other schemes with recurring deadlines throughout the year, funders include:

  • Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
  • British Academy (BA). 
  • Leverhulme Trust
  • European Research Council, Consolidator Grants and Advanced Grants.


Explore funder specific guidance, application form templates and funders' specific strategic priorities. The session will be delivered by a Research Development Manager from Research Division. A current grant holder (name to be confirmed) will present their experience of winning a fellowship award, subject to their availability.

Prerequisites:

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Part of a day dedicated to providing LSE staff with the latest news in the funding landscape, research funding opportunities, policies and trends. 

Research and KEI funding at LSE

Discover LSE’s internal funding opportunities, research incentives policy and personal financial rewards and support available to staff applying for external research grants.

The research funding landscape

An overview of the research funding landscape in the UK. Learn who funds research, what funders are looking for in a research proposal and where to get advice.

An introduction to Horizon 2020

Learn about the European Commission’s largest research funding programme: what it is, how it works and its different funding schemes.

Looking beyond Europe

An overview of funding opportunities available for international research collaboration.

From Brussels with love

Find out about the latest on research and funding policy in Europe. Hear from guest speakers bringing the latest debates in Brussels to the LSE. 

Funders at LSE

Meet representatives of external funders and hear how social sciences and humanities researchers can engage with their funding schemes.

Learn from the experts

Panel sessions with speakers sharing their experiences with you on a variety of topics.

For more information visit the Research Dvision's website.

Training Provider:

LSE Training and Development System - version 1.0.4.9
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