Successful networks will receive up to 5,000 GBP over a three year period.
Eligible expenses which UACES will contribute to include:
- Travel expenses for participants
- Accommodation for participants
- Room and/or audio visual equipment hire
- Website hosting and domain registration
UACES will NOT contribute to administrative overheads, such as:
- Staff costs
Our funding is for the network, rather than any particular institution, and the burden of responsibility for meeting any obligations falls upon the network co-ordinators. This also means that the funding is transferable; if the co-ordinator changes institution, the funding moves as well. We would also expect that any individuals working on these kinds of activities should be doing so with the support and knowledge of their institutions.
Our funding is a reimbursement of expenses, which we refund against receipts or an invoice (with copies of the original receipts). It is our expectation that UACES will be refunding an Institution; with the Institution responsible for settling individual claims.
Funding for years 2 and 3 is subject to successful completion of the previous year. Successful completion is based on the objectives set out in your original proposal and a progress report submitted to, and approved by UACES.
Funding for 'inactive' networks will be re-allocated to new networks. Funding will not be rolled over beyond 3 years.
The aim is for CRNs to become self-funding by the end of the three-year UACES funding period. It is not the intention of UACES to fund a CRN for more than one three-year term.
Other Funding Bodies
The funding available from UACES is relatively modest - we see it as 'seed' money which should allow researchers to establish coherent networks which should help when trying to obtain funding from larger funding bodies in the future.
- The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
- European Science Foundation
- Jean Monnet Networks (Erasmus+)
- The Leverhulme Trust
- British Academy
- The German Marshall Fund of the United States
- The Volkswagen Foundation
- Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
- Foundation German-American Academic Relations