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Format of CV

  • cvs should be limited to no more than four sides of A4, tailored for the specific purpose of this application, to include
  1. selection only of your most recent publications relevant to the project for which you are seeking funding, 
  2. only those activities that are relevant to this particular application (ie do not include conferences, teaching or administrative experience unless strictly relevant)

Personal data contained in the CV

The INT seeks to collect the bare minimum of personal information required to process your application. You should ensure:

1) that the personal information on any c.v(s) submitted is limited to the core set of

  • name;
  • department/faculty and/or College as appropriate;
  • contact email addresses the Trust should use;
  • professional record as it applies to this application

2)  that you, and any other person (e.g. a co-applicant or a named postdoctoral worker who may benefit from the grant) for whom a cv is submitted to the Trust give your consent to the collection and use of the data as set out in the Trust's policy on a Personal Data Consent Form. This should be signed by everyone whose cv is submitted as part of the application.

The Trust's policy on the collection and use of personal data during the application process and any subsequent grant administration can be found here.

Data retention

References are removed from applications and destroyed after the meeting at which the decision has been made.

For successful applications, only those documents required for the management of the grant are retained after the grant has been confirmed; this will include the academic case and financial table. Invoices and correspondence will be held on file for up to five years after the end of the grant. After five years, the academic case and decision letter are archived.

Unsuccessful applications are destroyed after the decision has been confirmed, other than the material required for archival purposes (see below).

Archival policy

An archival copy of the meeting Agenda and Papers will contain an outline of all the grants considered at the meeting; including the academic case and financial table, but other documentation will not be retained in these records.


Calling INT Fellows!

INT Funding Rounds

Research Grants including Emergencies

Easter Term 2023 Round Application Deadlines

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2023

Applicants will be notified by the Leverhulme Trust during May.

For Colleges

INT JRF Round for 2024 

Deadline for College Applications:  5pm on Friday 5 May 2023

Widening Participation & Induction Fund

Deadline for College Applications:  5pm on Thursday 1 June 2023

Trustees' Meeting Dates

Wednesday 5 July 2023

Thursday 23 November 2023

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