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WIHEA Funding Application: WOLC Subject Specific Learning Units

We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as there is limited funding available and the funding must be spent by 31 July 2020. Applications will not be accepted after Friday, 3 July 2020 or before if all of the available funding has been allocated. 



Please provide a breakdown of the number of hours and cost associated with each role.

Please note:  A Specialist is to be paid via STP on a rate of £16.73 per hour and Student Co-creators to be paid via Unitemps on a rate of £10.08 plus £1.22 (holiday pay) per hour (please use the Unitemps charge rate of £13.94 per hour to calculate the Student Co-creator costs )


Please provide the departmental cost code that the funding would be transferred to.

Please confirm the following:

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Please note:

If funding is awarded, the Specialist must be registered on STP and the Student Co-creators must have registered with Unitemps and each proven they are eligible to work in the UK before they commence any paid work on the project.  The Project Lead will need to complete a Unitemps booking form before students can register, these can be obtained by emailing


WIHEA will contact you with the outcome within 3 working days and successful applications will receive funding directly into the departmental cost code provided in the online application form. 


For further questions regarding the content of projects or roles please contact Prof Pat Tissington,

Any questions about the application form/funding process please contact Lisa Drummond,

If you experience any difficulties or problems when completing this form, please email


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