The ethos behind our Collaborative Research Networks (CRNs) is to provide some initial funding to enable researchers to develop networks across a range of institutions, which may perhaps leads to bigger projects and funding from other sources in the future. The networks should be inclusive rather than insular.
CRN activities include dedicated research meetings and workshops; participation in larger conferences such as the UACES Annual Conference or other relevant events; contributing to the UACES Newsletter and to pursuing other publishing and dissemination opportunities (journals, books, podcasting, blogging).
Successful networks will receive up to 5,000 GBP spread over a three year period.
Successful networks from the previous round of applications (2014, first funding recieved in 2015) will be required to acknowledge the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union, in their publications and in any other visible outputs.
Browse current CRNs.