Engage with the College of Arts & Humanities and develop long-term, mutually benficial, sustainable relationships. Through collaboration we can: 

  • establish new processes and methodologies,
  • inform policy at local, national or international levels 
  • promote cultural exchange within and between communities
  • improve the health and wellbeing of our communities and environments
  • create opportunities through placements with our students and academics

There are several routes to engaging with the College of Arts & Humanities including, but not limited to the following:

 These types of engagement can broadly be defined in four categories as shown below:

Student Sponsoring

  • Student placements/internships - modest stipend to student
  • Masters or PhD Scholarship - £5k-36k
  • Knowledge Transfer Partnership - approx £18k-50k


Feasibility / Investigative short time academic engagement

  • Innovation Voucher - up to £5k can be in-kind
  • Knowledge Exchange Fund - up to £30k can be in-kind


Service Provision

  • Consultancy
  • Continuing Professional Development
  • Contract Research


Collaborative Research

  • Many routes of funding are available. For collaborative research the most common sources of funding include the UK research councils (such as the Arts and Humanities Research Council, AHRC) and/or the EU (for example the Horizons 2020 fund).