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The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

Established in 1901 by Andrew Carnegie, the Trust aims to provide funds for improving and extending the opportunities for scientific study and research in the Universities of Scotland.

Collaborative Research Grants

The purpose of this scheme is to support joint research projects that bring together researchers from more than one Scottish university to develop new lines of study or to advance significantly existing areas of expertise.  The planned research must be of excellent quality and to be of benefit to two or more of the universities of Scotland.  Grants of up to a maximum of £50,000 may be awarded.

Research Incentive Grants

This scheme amis to support short research projects, either of a stand-alone nature or in the form of an initial study that could be expected to lead to a more extensive project.  Special consideration will be given to applicants who are within 5 years (excluding breaks) of starting their independent academic career.  The maximum award that can be applied for is £7,500.

 

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