AHRC Research Networking Scheme (including Support for consortia building for Horizon Europe)
The Arts and Humanities Research Council's (AHRC) research networking scheme – UKRI grant aims to stimulate new debate and exchange of ideas between researchers and stakeholders on a specified thematic area or issue, by covering the costs for workshops, seminars, networking activities or other events. Applications must be arts and humanities-led, with a majority of the methodologies, research questions and outputs falling within AHRC’s subject remit. The AHRC also welcomes interdisciplinary research proposals, provided that arts and humanities are the main focus.
UK-based grantees would receive up to £30,000 for a period of up to two years, at full economic cost. Additional funding up to £15,000 is available to cover costs of any international activities or participants. Applications must be submitted by an eligible UK Independent Research Organisation or eligible research institute.
Proposals for the development of European collaborative networks or consortia that might support the development of applications to the EU under Horizon Europe or other EU funding opportunities are welcome. There is no deadline for applications, so proposals can be submitted at any time.
Further details are available at https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/ahrc-research-networking-scheme/