August 10th, 2016
Following the result of the EU Referendum, the University continues to encourage and support all staff and students to take up opportunities for international collaboration and exposure. The University facilitates a number of schemes to provide funding for this.
International mobility funding – for staff
The International Campus Staff Mobility Fund provides funding for travel between the China, Malaysia and UK campuses of the University. Further details are available from Julie Sowter in the International Office, or on the Inter-campus Staff Mobility Fund Workspace pages.
The International Research Collaboration Fund provides pump priming money for new research collaborations. It is managed by the Research, Enterprise and Graduate Services, and further details are available on the International Research Collaboration Fund Workspace pages.
Funding is available through the Erasmus+ scheme for staff to travel to European partners within the scheme. Funding is also available for staff to travel to partners within the Universitas 21 network. Further details about both schemes are available from Gail Armistead in the International Office.
International mobility funding – for students
Full details of the schemes operated by the University for undergraduate student travel are given on the Study Abroad webpages.
Opportunities for postgraduate research students are summarised on the Graduate School webpages.
For information and guidance following the EU Referendum, visit the University’s dedicated webpages.
You can also read an update from the University’s EU Task Force (Wednesday 10 August).
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