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INT Grants are made to Departments, Faculties and other institutions of the collegiate University, not to individuals. Applicants must therefore seek the support of their institution, which will be responsible for administering any grant obtained, before applying to the INT.

Applicants should first consult the Departmental/Faculty Research Grants Administrator, well before the departmental application deadline, and seek assistance with an X5 that can be used to provide costings for the INT Financial Table. Please see our FAQs on costing salaries.

The completed draft application should then be submitted to the Head of the Department or Faculty by the application deadline (about one week before the INT draft application deadline).  If the applicant is the Head of the Department or Faculty, this form will need to be completed by the Chair of the School.

Research Project, Emergency, Fellowship Support applications

The Head of Department or Faculty* is asked to complete the INT's Departmental Support Form in which (s)he is asked to:

  • assess the importance of the application
  • rank it against any others they may have submitted to the Trust in the last two years
  • provide the names and contact details of four referees who may be approached – see Referees & References

* where the applicant is the HoD, this form will need to be completed by the Chair of the School.

Strategic Grants

There is no form for institutional support for Strategic Grants. The application should be submitted to either the Chair of the School (if the application is from a Department) or to a Pro-Vice-Chancellor (if the application is from a School or is interdisciplinary) at least a week before the INT deadline for draft applications in Lent Term.

No references are required at the preliminary stage. The INT Director will discuss the requirements for final applications with successful applicants.



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Thursday 11 July 2024

Thursday 21 November 2024

Thursday 13 March 2025


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