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CHIRP Small Research Grants Scheme
11 December 2013
CHIRP (Centre for Humanities Interdisciplinary Research Projects) invites applications to its Small Research Grants Scheme, for grants of up to £5000.
Awards will be considered for any legitimate research expenditure except attendance at conferences.
Legitimate research expenditure can include teaching relief, some kinds of specialist research training, and paying PhD students to be employed as Research Assistants.
Proposals should be interdisciplinary (i.e. involve researchers from at least two UCL departments), and represent outstanding quality and value for money.
More details on the scheme and how to apply can be found on the CHIRP homepage: www.ucl.ac.uk/chirp