Our Research Services Team is here to support Anglia Ruskin staff through the whole funding application process. We can help you with funding opportunities, applications, costings, risk assessment and peer review so that you can submit the best possible application - and get funding to do the research you're passionate about.
Find about about funding opportunities in the UK, EU and internationally. You might also like to subscribe to our research blog, which will keep you up-to-date with the latest news.
Before choosing your funder, you should first check that what you want to do is actually research.
If your project falls into one of the categories above then you're ready to start your journey.
We want you to flourish and fulfil your research potential, so in the Research Services team, we're here to help you along the way.
You may already know that you'd like to apply for UK research funding or EU and international funding. But in case you don't, we like to make sure that there are plenty of ways to find the right opportunity.
Our research blog will tell you about worldwide funding opportunities across all the disciplines that we support. We recommend checking the blog weekly or signing up for email alerts – posts are generally added daily.
Or you might like to get a choice of opportunities chosen just for you and your research area. Sign up to Research Professional and you’ll get just that. Available on any networked University computer, you can access the database using your username and password and search thousands of opportunities. Alternatively, set up an email alert for funding opportunities in your chosen area and get a weekly email.
If you have any queries regarding staff funding please contact Ruth Sandland: +44 (0)1223 692553; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the UK there's a wealth of funders that could support your research, including research councils, charities, hospitals and health bodies, and local government.Sources of UK funding
Find the European funding scheme that suits you with our brochures, access to Research Professional and one-to-one guidance services.Sources of EU funding