IATL's core business is to foster teaching and learning that is committed to innovation, interdisciplinarity, inclusiveness and internationalisation. Your application should specify the ways in which you will address some or all of IATL's aims; you should explain how the outcomes of your project will be disseminated within and beyond your department and how they will impact on teaching and learning in your department. All projects require an academic sponsor.
This form can be used to apply for any one of IATL's four student funding streams:
- Student as Producer (Research) - available to undergraduate students and taught Masters students only. Up to £1000 available for research projects of your own devising
- Student as Producer (Collaboration) - available to undergraduate and taught Masters students only. Up to £2000 for collaborative projects; although we welcome applications for smaller sums
- Student as Producer (Performance) - available to undergraduate and postgraduate (both PGR and PGT) students. Up to £500 for performance projects
- Performance Festival Bursaries - available to undergraduate and postgraduate (both PGR and PGT) students. Up to £500 to support student performance projects taking place outside The University of Warwick, for example The National Student Drama Festival and The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.