Focused fellowships

October 20, 2006

The Higher Education Academy is seeking project proposals under its National Teaching Fellowship Scheme. Teams led by higher education institutions in England can bid for funding of up to £200,000 for projects that will be expected to bring substantial benefits to the student learning experience.

Bids will need to align with one of four themes: learning and teaching, curriculum and student support; quality management and enhancement; assessment of student learning; or academic leadership.

For details of the scheme and alist of institutions eligible to bid, visit www.heacademy.ac.uk/NTFSProjects.htm

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