If you are considering applying for research funding, have been approached to be a part of an externally led bid, or have an idea for a project and want to talk it though - get in touch with the Research Officer for Grants.
When considering funding submissions, there are many elements to consider. The information below is designed to support individuals and teams in understanding York St John's standard process and timings. It offers practical application tips, from articulating research ideas to budgeting. Alongside these pages it is also vital to meet with the Research Officer and the relevant School Research Lead when preparing a bid.
The Research Office is here to support academics in developing strategic research grant applications, from the inital idea all the way to submission to funder. Remember it's never too early in the process to get in touch with us, however it can be left too late, so get in touch at email@example.com.
Identifying a funder
List of funders, types of funding, finding open calls
Step-by-step guidance for preparing a submission, including securing sign-off
Approaching budgeting, value for money and understanding FEC
Articulating your research ideas, ensuring quality and approaching impact in grants