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Funding for International Activities

Collaborating with international partners often requires funding. There are a range of external and internal funding sources that can bring together the best researchers and educators from across the world.

Some of the key sources of funding are highlighted below.

Internal Funding Opportunities

Our International Partnership Fund pump-primes collaborations with any university across the world. Additionally, we have funding opportunities related to specific partnerships, such as the Monash Warwick AllianceLink opens in a new window, the SJTU-Warwick Joint Seed Fund, the PhD funding with SUSTech and funds through EUTOPIA. Other sources of internal funding for international activities are offered by Research and Impact Services (RIS), the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), the Global Research Priorities, and the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA).

View the scholarship opportunities available to Undergraduate and Postgraduate students here.

External Funding Opportunities

Sources of external funding for International Collaborations are plentiful but not always easy to find as most of them are temporary and restricted to a specific topic. UUKi 'Global research and innovation funding gatewayLink opens in a new window is a helpful depository aimed at UK based researchers. For ODA opportunities funded by the UK government, this gateway provides a good overview of opportunities. The UKRI now also fund international partners, so their Funding finderLink opens in a new window is another good source. The British CouncilLink opens in a new window and Association of Commonwealth UniversitiesLink opens in a new window offer funding for scholarships, research, travel and workshop grants.