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ESRC Large Grants Call 2016/2017

last modified Jun 15, 2016 09:25 AM

ESRC Large Grants Competition – EoI deadline 8 July 2016

The ESRC has announced a call for Large Grants 2016/17. ESRC welcomes proposals for standard research projects, large-scale surveys, infrastructure projects, and for methodological developments in any area of the social sciences. Proposals should be between £1 million and £2.5 million (at 100 per cent full economic cost) for a period of between three to five years. It is currently anticipated that the budget for this round will be approximately £6 million. ESRC expects to make three or four awards. Further information is available here.

This call will be coordinated according to the University’s restricted calls process.

If you are interested in applying, please email researchstrategy@admin.cam.ac.uk by 8th July 2016 stating your name, department, collaborators and a short statement about the likely focus of your application. The objective is to establish a likely number of applications and whether there are any overlaps between the proposals.  

ESRC application deadline: 13 October 2016

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