Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland

Deadline: 15/01/2002
September 29, 2003

A small number of Larger Grants may be made for projects which are of interest to the Scottish universities as a whole. These grants are not intended for individual research projects of a kind that would be submitted to a research council, and projects that have failed to secure funding from a council are not appropriate. The Trust does not expect to be the sole funder of a project and the other universities are expected to show their support in cash or in kind or in some other way.

Applicants must be a graduate of a Scottish University, or an established full-time member of staff of Scottish university. The Executive Committee can also, at its discretion, consider applications from members of staff who have retired from full-time posts in Scottish universities and who are not otherwise eligible as Scottish graduates. Prospective applicants are invited to discuss their proposals with the Trust's Secretary.

Full details online.
Contact: Secretary
Address: The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
Cameron House
Abbey Park Place
Fife KY12 7PZ
Telephone: 01383 622148
Fax: 01383 622149

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