BILETA is actively seeking requests for funding from members to allow projects to be undertaken or completed, which reflect the goals of BILETA or fall within its subject purview. More detailed criteria are set out below.
Application Deadline: 17:00 GMT 30th September 2021
Criteria for BILETA Funding Applications
Awards are available for but not necessarily limited to the following:
- Assistance with initial project planning and development
- Support for small standalone projects or the completion of ongoing projects
- Holding workshops, seminars and meetings for the advancement of a specific research project
- Assisting visits to or by research collaborators
- Assisting with incidental expenses of larger projects
- Assistance with publication
The application should explain clearly the expected outcomes on completion of the project for which funding is sought. Applications will be considered by the BILETA executive whose decision is final. Conditions may be attached to successful applications, and feedback will be given on unsuccessful applications.
Eligible costs include, among other things:·
Travel and subsistence where necessary·
Room hire, catering and other costs incurred with events·
Purchase of equipment, etc. that cannot be otherwise obtained·
Production and publication costs of research outputs
Ineligible costs include, among other things: ·
Attendance at conferences (fees, travel or subsistence)·
Fees for postgraduate degrees (unless this results in more publicly disseminated outputs in the form of papers or published articles)·
University overheads, staff buy-out time from teaching or full-economic costed timePlease note that BILETA will only fund up to a maximum of £4,000 per year spread over two calls.
Most grants will, therefore, be between £500 and £2,000 although in special circumstances up to £3,000 may be awarded to projects that will lead to outstanding contributions to the field of law, education and technology.
Clearly identified aims and objectives·
Clearly defined research outputs and expected impact·
Clear demonstration of how Awards funding will be used and how it will improve a project’s impact, delivery time or payback·
The strategic importance of the funded project for the subject purview and the goals of BILETA as set out in the relevant funding call.
A fully completed application form together with a brief CV of the researcher(s) should be submitted electronically to the BILETA Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 5 pm on the date of the deadline.The application form requires:
- A summary (max of 750 words) of the project which should include a description of the methodology and conceptual framework, or details of the technical specification as appropriate. In the case of successful applications, this will be published on the BILETA website.
- Details of any other sources of funding together with an explanation of why funding is sought from BILETA for all or part of the project.
- A brief literature review or a brief review of state of the art as appropriate.
- Brief CV of the researcher(s)
- Contact details of the principal researcher
- In the case of a postgraduate researcher, a letter of support from the supervisor.
- The name and contact details of a referee.