Post-Grad Community - Project Fund
The Post-Grad Community Project Fund makes funds available to UAL postgraduate students to organise events, projects and cultural interventions that bring together postgraduate students from different disciplines, courses and colleges.
These funds are open to all Postgraduate students at UAL including taught and research students:
MA, MPhil, MRes, MSc, PGDip, PGCert, PhD and Early Career Researchers.
Proposals are encouraged to respond to one of UAL’s 4 identified research themes, enabling students to become active participants in UAL’s research culture. Projects must not be a part of an individual/groups assessed course work.
- The regular Project Fund award is up to £300, with a deadline each term.
- The EXTRA Project Fund awards of £500 - £1,000 are available only in the Spring Term, to enable more ambitious projects.
Drop in surgeries and deadlines
Autumn Term Drop in: 23 October 2019
Deadline: Midnight 30 October 2019
Spring Term (EXTRA) Drop in: 8 January 2020
Deadline: Midnight 5 February 2020
Summer Term Drop in: Wednesday 15 April 2020
Deadline: Midnight 22 April 2020
If successful, applicants will be contacted within 2 weeks of the published deadline and an electronic bank transfer will be raised within the following 2 weeks.
For further information, to discuss your project prior to application or for help finding collaborators, contact email@example.com
Lifelong Health and Wellbeing
Designing and creating for people’s life-long economic, social and health impact, in order to maximise societal gains and minimise issues of dependency, isolation, and inequality.
Living with Environmental Change
Using creative practice to expand our understanding of environmental change, social innovation and sustainable living and to change producer and consumer behaviours.
Communities of Resilience
Using art and design to strengthen communities. Developing innovative and sustainable solutions, through co-design, co-creation, socially responsive practices and social entrepreneurship.
Exploring through practice how technology affects lives, changes the way society interacts and impacts on communities, cultural production, future society, and economic growth.