Expressions of interest
You need to submit an expression of interest as early as possible.
You must explain why the research is urgent and cannot be supported through other funding routes.
Your proposal must draw on relevant arts and humanities research literature, concepts or approaches and include significant research expertise within the remit of AHRC.
You may apply at any time during the period of the pilot scheme.
The scheme will close to new expressions of interest on 31 January 2021 at 16:00.
If your expression of interest is successful, you must apply using the joint electronic submission (Je-S) system.
You will need to show how your research provides impact throughout the application. You should especially highlight this within the Case for Support. Further details on where development impact should be included will be provided in the guidance document. We would encourage you to consider this as you develop your proposal.
You must include a gender equality statement.
You can find further information on submitting a proposal in the GCRF urgency grants guidance document.
You can also find advice on completing your application in the Je-S handbook.
If you need further help, you can contact the Je-S help desk on 01793 444164 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.