Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)

AHRC funds outstanding original research across the whole range of the arts and humanities.

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Funding opportunities

AHRC infrastructure policy and engagement fellowships

Apply for funding to undertake research and engagement in either:

  • the creative industries
  • heritage science and conservation research.

You must hold a PhD or have equivalent professional expertise. You must also have at least seven years’ experience in the relevant field.

Projects can last up to five months, taking place between March and July 2021.

Expression of interest: emergency route for time-critical COVID-19 research

Apply for funding to support short-term time-sensitive collection of data or samples or rapid turn-around research or analysis to either:

  • inform urgent policy or national decision making
  • secure data for future research use.

This is a rarely awarded emergency route for exceptional circumstances.

Applicants must be based at research organisations eligible for UKRI funding. Business-led proposals are not eligible for this funding.


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Arts & Humanities Research Council
Polaris House,
North Star Avenue,
Swindon,
SN2 1ET

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