Guidance

AHRC research funding guide

Guidance on applying for AHRC research funding.

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Documents

AHRC research funding guide (PDF)

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Common application errors (PDF)

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Details

This guidance includes:

  • funding types
  • eligibility
  • what to include in your application
  • costs
  • how we assess your application
  • peer review
  • getting told about the application outcome
  • common application errors.

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The guidance contains standard rules and policies. Some funding opportunities have different criteria. Specific rules noted for a particular funding opportunity will supersede any rules or policies in subsequent sections.

You must ensure you have obtained the permission of any other person named on the proposal form (for example any co-Investigators or project partners) for the provision of their personal information to UKRI and the processing of their data by UKRI for the purpose of assessing the application and management of any funding awarded.

Updates

  • 28 June 2022
    In the AHRC research funding guide document, the contact details of the Director of the Radiocarbon Facility has been updated.

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