Sustainable Earth Institute small collaborative awards
The purpose of the small collaborative funding awards is to provide seed funding for multidisciplinary projects which will lead to larger scale funding bids.
In line with the University's 2020 sustainability strategy the call is also intended to encourage multidisciplinary working, a solution orientated approach, engagement with external partners, outputs that improve our communication of sustainability research and outputs that develop long-term impact for our sustainability research.
Visit the Sustainable Earth Institute webpages for further information.
Pedagogic Research and Teaching Innovation Scheme
Funding is available for pedagogic research and innovation in teaching and learning projects. The scheme is aimed at any member or group of Plymouth University staff who are interested in:
- conducting high quality research in Higher Education (HE) pedagogy
- enhancing the quality of learning and teaching at the individual and/or subject level
For further information visit the Teaching and Learning: Internal and external funding opportunities page.
The Seale-Hayne Educational Trust (SHET)
The aim of the trust is to support higher education and research in agriculture, food and land use (and related disciplines at the discretion of the Trustees).
The trust issues an annual call for applications in the spring of each year and welcomes applications covering research in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, from staff and students of Plymouth University and its partner colleges.
For further information visit the SHET website
Jobs with Plymouth University
Grant-funded positions such as technician, research assistant and research fellow posts will be advertised on the University's jobs site.
For further information visit the Plymouth University jobs pages
Postgraduate research studentships
Plymouth University is committed to attracting the best students and encouraging high academic standards as well as recognising sporting achievement and potential, regardless of a person’s background or financial circumstances.
As such, a wide range of financial assistance is available from both the Government and the University in the form of bursaries and scholarships.
To find out more visit the Doctoral College postgraduate research studentships pages
The University has officially launched a number of new scholarships courtesy of its partnership with Santander Group.
The scholarships range from £200 to £5,000 and they include funding for research projects in the UK and overseas; language exchange programmes; funding for strategic sectors such as ocean renewable energy projects; and initiatives to promote volunteering and the development of employability skills.
Visit the Santander scholarships pages for further information
Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund
The Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund offers current students (undergraduate and postgraduate) the opportunity to enhance their University experience through extra-curricular activities.
Awards of up to £1500 enable you to take part in activities which could include anything from participation in a society or field trip, to undertaking a research expedition overseas.
Visit the Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund awards pages to learn more
Dr Manning Award
The Dr Manning fund aims to encourage the study of biological and biomedical sciences at Plymouth University, through alleviating financial hardship and recognising academic excellence in this area. An annual award of up to £1500 will be made to provide financial support for one female student. Visit the Dr Manning Award pages for more information.
More information on programme scholarships can be found in our subject and course specific funding page.
- International Relations
- Business & Management
Scholarships for international students
The University has a variety of scholarships if you are a postgraduate student from overseas. More information can be found on our funding for international students page