You can apply for up to £250 for Independent Research Projects or Small Performance Projects, up to £500 for Collaborative Research Projects or Medium Performance Projects, and up to £1000 for International Research or Large Performance Projects. If you are not sure what your project would be eligible to receive, email IATLFunding@warwick.ac.uk. If your application is successful, you will receive the funding in two parts. The first instalment of 80% will be awarded when you receive a positive outcome. The second instalment of a final 20% will be awarded when you have provided a suitable report at the end of the project.
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Detail any ethical considerations, who you have discussed them with, and how are you going to manage them. Poorly thought-through and poorly detailed information about ethical considerations are two of the main reasons the funding panel reject applications. Please provide sufficient detail to allow the funding to make a decision.
4. IATL'S AND YOUR AIMS
Which of IATL’s five areas of practice will the project address?
Your project does not need to address all areas, but should contribute to at least one area. IATL’s five areas of practice are:
• Interdisciplinary Education
• Student Research
• International Learning
• Disciplinary Innovation
• Emerging Practices in Higher Education
More detail on these areas can be found in the IATL strategy: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/about/strategy/
The supporting statement is an important part of the funding application. Please take some time to discuss your project proposal with an academic, who can then provide you with a supporting statement. Your supportive academic must complete the supporting statement template, available here.
When the academic has completed the form, please upload a PDF or Word document file below.
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