International Collaborator Grants
This programme will fund up to £5,000 for personnel costs for two or more researchers to collaborate virtually on a defined output (e.g. journal article, book chapter, grant application, curriculum development, book proposal). This programme will fund projects for a duration of 6 months, between the dates of February 1, 2022–January 31, 2023, and the grant funding should be split between the researchers.
Researchers at any career stage who work on the social study of science and religion in society are welcome to apply for this programme by November 26, 2021.
All applications should include:
- Application Form
- Project Budget
- Project Timeline
- A 2-page CV for each applicant and team member
- A signed letter of support from your institution(s)
Please use the above templates and email your completed applications to email@example.com with a subject heading including your name and the title of the funding programme you are applying for (e.g., “John Doe. Seed Funding Application”).
Further guidance on how to complete the application can be found here:
Research grants will be administered by the University of Birmingham and provided to awardees as sub-awards.
Permitted uses of sub-award funding include:
- Research expenses, such as research participant compensation or incentives, transcription costs, translation costs, reprographics, survey costs, and participant recruitment expenses
- Salary costs and/or teaching buyout
- Modest allowance for justifiable equipment, publication charges, software and other supplies
Funding CANNOT support any institutional overheads or indirect costs.
Given current global and local travel restrictions in many countries, we welcome grant applications that include novel ways to collect data, which might include incentives to participants to take part in interviews, or focus groups via digital platforms. Any plans for travel or in-person research should be based on a realistic assessment of COVID-19 risks/regulations. Where Travel or Lodging costs are included they cannot consist of more than 10% of the overall grant requested.