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Project Application Form (2023/24)

  • Before you apply, please ensure you have reviewed key information on the Project Support webpages including
    • staff-led or student-led project guidance
    • funding information 
    • approvals/supporting statements required
  • Incomplete applications cannot be considered, including those missing approvals after the deadline
  • Supporting statements and approvals should be uploaded as part of your application
    • if this is not possible, please email these to ensuring they are received by the deadline
  • You can share this form with co-applicants, HoDs etc. by printing it as a PDF before you submit the final version.

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1.7 Is the project related to the development of a new interdisciplinary module? (required)


2.3 I confirm I have reviewed all guidance including about staff-led/student-led proposals (as relevant) plus funding and approvals (required)


3.1 Outline your proposal 

Please share here your vision and plan for your project. What do you intend to do, and why do you want to do it? This information will be crucial when it comes to managing your project and will help the panel judge its feasibility, so please consider the practicality of each stage and how long it will take.

Project Timeline and Milestones

Please include any key actions or activities, including proposed ways of disseminating your learning, and the end of project financial report (if relevant). Please ensure you allow sufficient time for panel review, ethical approval if required and funding processing before you plan to start the project.

Project Outcomes

Please tell us how you plan to share project learning and outcomes with IATL and the wider Warwick community.

3.5 Please select the ways you intend to share the learning from your project. (required)



Please outline what kind of support you would like from IATL, before or during your proposed project. Support we typically provide includes:

  • making connections with those working in a similar area at Warwick
  • incorporating or expanding co-creation within projects
  • suggesting ideas for how to share project learning and outcomes. 


You don't need to apply for funding to submit an application. If you are applying for funding, please complete all parts of this section. The Project Support webpages have guidance on funding and how to write a budget. An end-of-project financial report will be required if you are awarded funding.


Why are you excited about this project?

The funding panel are keen to know why you are excited about this project. Please share some information here about what inspired you to develop this project and to apply to IATL.


Statement of Ethics

IATL requires that you follow the relevant code of ethics for your research.

You can find further information about ethical approval and when it is required here:

8.1 By ticking this box you confirm that you have read and will follow the relevant ethical guidelines. (required)


All applications require supporting statement(s) for the lead applicant, received by the deadline. 

Requirements depend on whether the lead (or co-lead) is staff, student or a PhD student - see approvals information on the Project Support webpage. 

If you cannot upload your statement here or there is more than one, email material to us by the deadline.

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10.1 I confirm that I have read this form carefully and all information provided is correct. (required)


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