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Call open for Enterprise and Employability Curriculum Development Funding

UAL staff are now invited to apply for up to £5,000 from Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) to experiment with, research and develop new knowledge of enterprise and employability learning in course curriculum development.

SEE are keen to support staff and project teams to establish new internal and external relationships and to enhance collaboration with students, alumni and/or external partners.

Projects must be completed within the 2014/15 academic year.

Full details are available on the Enterprise and Employability in the Curriculum web page.


The 5 categories for funded projects are:

  • Action Research
     
  • Partnership Development
     
  •  Learning and Resource Development
     
  • Sharing and/or Showcasing of Practice
     
  • Staff Development


Key dates

  • Funding Support Workshop: Thursday 3rd July 2014 13:00 to 16:00 
    To book visit the Funding and Award Opportunities web page
     
  • Feedback on your draft application: Friday 5th September 2014
     
  • Application Deadline: 12:00 Friday 19th September 2014
     
  • Notification of outcomes: Mid October 2014


How to apply

Applications should be submitted using the Curriculum Development Fund: enterprise and employability application form and guidance, available from the Enterprise and Employability in the Curriculum web page


Support

Please contact your College SEE Academic Coordinator for  information on support for writing the funding application:


Contact

For further information, please contact Cara Lee Roth, Educational Developer SEE c.roth@arts.ac.uk

 

 

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