Nottingham-Birmingham funding streams open for application

Two funds supporting collaborative projects between the universities of Nottingham and Birmingham have opened for application:

  • The Education Partnership Fund.
    This fund is designed to support collaborative education projects. Its focus this year is on addressing the challenges we face in delivering inclusive education and closing undergraduate attainment gaps.
    We are seeking to fund projects that address one or both of the following questions:

    • What should ‘inclusive education’ in a contemporary research-intensive university look like and what are the implications?
    • How can we explain and address UG attainment gaps?
  • The Strategic Collaboration Fund.
    This fund supports research and professional services projects undertaken in collaboration between the two universities.

Want to read some case studies on projects previously funded by the scheme? Visit the partnership website.

For more information and to apply for 2018 funding, please visit

The deadline for applications for both funding streams is Friday 6 April 2018.

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