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The Graduate School manages a number of financial awards designed to enable you to access international opportunities and increase your researcher mobility and profile. Whether you are looking to foster your research collaboration network, or to develop a global dimension to your career you will have the chance to compete for a range of awards and prizes.
Over the last ten years we have awarded over half a million pounds in travel awards. These enabled researchers to present at academic conferences, visit overseas institutes, collaborate with other research institutions and to fund novel interdisciplinary research projects.
The Graduate School Travel Prize supports postgraduate researchers to travel to a conference to present a research paper, or to visit another institute to use essential resources.
The International Research Collaboration Award (IRCA) offers an opportunity to broaden your international experience as a researcher through a fully funded visit, of up to two months duration.
A Building Experience and Skill Travel Scholarship (BESTS) is a chance to broaden your experience and your network of contacts by giving you the opportunity for a fully funded visit of up to two months duration at a host organisation anywhere in the world.
Research postgraduates and research staff (R&T 4A-R/4-R/5-R) are invited to apply for pump-prime funding for novel interdisciplinary research project(s) identified at a series of sandpit events.
These prestigious prizes support research staff to attend a national or international conference to present their research, or make a short visit to another institute to use or consult essential resources.
The Graduate School does not offer scholarships or funding to cover course fees. For information about other sources of funding please see the links below.
There are a wide range of schemes, placements, funding provision, prizes and awards, all designed to support postgraduate students to access international opportunities and increase their research mobility.
This independent guide for current and prospective graduate students, published by GradFunding, details how to find and apply for alternative sources of funding.
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