Deadline: Varying | AHRC funding: The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is a non-departmental public body that funds research and postgraduate study in the arts and humanities. It is one of nine research councils that make up UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), the UK’s largest public funder of research.
AHRC funding is available for a variety of research projects, including:
- Research grants for projects that are expected to make a significant contribution to knowledge in the arts and humanities.
- Doctoral studentships for students who are undertaking research leading to a PhD in the arts and humanities.
- Fellowships for researchers who are working on innovative or groundbreaking research in the arts and humanities.
AHRC funding is competitive, and applications are assessed by a panel of experts in the relevant field.
To be eligible for AHRC funding, you must be:
- A researcher with a strong track record of research in the arts and humanities.
- Based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.
- Proposing a project that is within the remit of AHRC.
Here are some of the benefits of applying for AHRC funding:
- AHRC funding can help you to carry out your research to the highest possible standard.
- AHRC funding can help you to develop your research skills and knowledge.
- AHRC funding can help you to network with other researchers in your field.
- AHRC funding can help you to make a real difference to the world.
Apply for funding that supports industrially relevant bioscience research through access to STFC expertise and world class facilities.
This stage of the application is by invitation only and must be completed by an individual based at a UK research organisation eligible of receiving BBSRC
Apply for funding to recruit and train doctoral students through a doctoral focal award in the arts and humanities.
The awards will provide opportunities through partnership between higher education institutions (HEI) and non-HEI organisations.
To be the lead applicant, you must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding.
Applications to the Mathematical sciences small grants funding opportunity must focus on original research projects or feasibility research studies. This funding opportunity will follow a different assessment process to EPSRC’s responsive mode opportunities.
Apply to undertake a funded fellowship at an international cultural institution.
You must be either:
- a PhD student currently funded by AHRC (or ESRC for specific opportunities)
- an early career researcher based at a UK research organisation eligible for AHRC funding
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £750,000 for the development and demonstration of innovative new technologies. These projects will be in the horticultural food and drink supply chain.
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £10 million to develop next-generation immunotherapies for cancer or life-changing treatments for paediatric cancers.
Apply for funding to the Developmental Pathway Gap Fund (DPGF), to generate critical preliminary data to build confidence in the development strategy for a new medicine, medical device, diagnostic test, or other medical intervention development.
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £2 million to work with Local Authorities to develop place-based solutions to transport decarbonisation. This funding is from the Department for Transport (DfT).
Apply for funding to discover more about the market potential of your bioscience-based idea and innovation (technology readiness levels one to four), increasing your market awareness.
Pre-announcement: UK Japan Engineering Biology for Novel Therapies and Diagnostics Research Collaboration
Apply for funding to work with researchers in Japan in the field of engineering biology for novel therapies and diagnostics research. We are looking for internationally competitive, full-scale collaborative and innovative partnerships.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding.
For more funding opporunities visit : AHRC funding: The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)