Webinar - Applying to SEDA Small Grants 2021

26th November 2020, 3pm-4pm

Hosted by Jennie Winter, University of Plymouth and Laura Hills, London School of Economics

Thinking of applying to the SEDA small grant fund? If so then this webinar may be of interest to you. Jennie and Laura sit on the SEDA Research and Scholarship committee and have experience of winning, reviewing and awarding SEDA Small Grant funding.

The webinar is targeted at anyone thinking of developing an application for 2021. The hosts will provide an introduction to the SEDA small grants scheme charting its history and aims.  Drawing on the experience of the Research and Scholarship committee the webinar provides an overview of the application process and explores the grant criteria in detail identifying what makes a good grant idea and how to turn good ideas into great applications. Conversely, areas where applications commonly fall short of the criteria and success/ failure rates are highlighted. Using real application examples and contributions from grant winners we will explore the utility and legacy that SEDA grants can have for the individual, institution and sector. There will be opportunities to ask general questions about the grants process but questions relating to individual applications cannot be considered.

This webinar is based on content from last year’s webinar. If you attended last year’s webinar you were sent a recording of that event which will still be relevant.    .

Please sign up to webinar at this eventbrite page, registration will close on 19th November 2020



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