Travel Grants are available to help initial research conversations with international partners and also to begin or continue discussions on the development of joint programmes with International partners. Each grant has its own priorities, outlined below. If your idea is more developed and you have already identified an external funding call to support your work, Durham University's Seedcorn Fund may be more appropriate.
*2019-20 Travel Grants are now closed*
Global Engagement Grants - Academic Year 19 / 20
Durham’s Global Strategy reinforces commitment to supporting international partnerships that enhance Durham’s research competitiveness and reputation.
Ordinarily, Global Engagement Grants are targeted towards two broad streams with regional priorities:
- DAC listed countries.
- Europe, North America (USA, Canada), Asia (namely China incl Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore).
Applications are also welcomed for engagement with Matariki partners.
Grants will be up to £2,000 each (larger grants may be awarded in exceptional circumstances).
Travel awards are now closed, however travel grants submitted before the 19th March will still be considered for funding.
- Global Engagement Grant Application Form 2020 (last modified: 24 February 2020)
- Global Engagement Grant DAC-listed Guidance Notes 2020 (last modified: 24 February 2020)
- Global Engagement Grant Guidance Notes 2020 (last modified: 24 February 2020)
If you have any questions please email Emma Moore or Joe Mulhern in the International Office on email@example.com