Understand the steps and processes you need to take to help you prepare a successful research or innovation proposal.
If you are looking for support in preparing a research proposal, contact your faculty Research Coordination Office (RCO). They offer guidance and resources to help you with grant writing, preparing for an interview, and obtaining letters of support, which can be accessed below (UCL login required).
- RCO for Life and Medical Sciences (LMS)
- Bartlett, Engineering and Mathematical & Physical Sciences (BEAMS) RCO
- Laws, Arts and Humanities and Social and Historical Sciences (SLASH)/Institute of Education (IOE) RCO
The European Research & Innovation Office (ERIO) team provide a pre-award service for helping academics construct, edit and submit collaborative European Union (EU) grant proposals.
You should also review the Award Services First steps - Prepare a funding proposal page for further advice.
Find out about the different Knowledge Exchange Funding (KEF) schemes available. Each scheme includes contact details for advice about your proposal.
Grant applications with low and middle-income country (LMIC) partners, particularly those funded with Official Development Aid (ODA), ask for additional statements or sections which offer the funder assurances. These include:
- ODA statement
- Gender statement
- Carbon reduction statement
- Costing a research project
- Gender statement
- Theory of Change.
Useful internal resources are available in the UCL LMIC Toolkit.
- UCL LMIC Toolkit (UCL login required)
Useful external resources to help you prepare your application can be found on the Fast Track Impact website.
Contact the Translational Research Office (TRO) for support with funding proposals relating to the translation of emerging research into therapies, techniques and medical products.
Contact the UCLH/UCL Joint Research Office (JRO) for support with developing and growing high-quality clinical research proposals.