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New call for Catalyst Fund bids: Tackling hate crime and online harassment on campus

HEFCE-funded higher education institutions and further education colleges are invited to submit proposals for new projects on student safeguarding, to receive funding of up to £50,000 from the Catalyst Fund.

The deadline for bids is noon 31 July.

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New call for Catalyst Fund bids: Closing the skills gap and supporting the Industrial Strategy through curriculum development

HEFCE-funded higher education institutions and further education colleges are invited to submit proposals for new projects for curriculum development, to receive funding of up to £200,000 from the Catalyst Fund.

The deadline for bids is noon 25 September.

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Catalyst Fund

The fund commits up to £30 million in annual funding. This money aims to drive innovation in the HE sector, enhance excellence and efficiency in HE, and support innovative solutions.

Funded projects will normally be collaborative, bringing together support from other partners including business, universities and colleges, and other public agencies.

There is normally no deadline for submitting proposals. We consider proposals at any time, and have an ongoing application and approval process. Potential bidders should read all guidance before applying.

On occasion we also announce calls for proposals in response to specific policy priorities. 

Who can apply

All higher education institutions (HEIs) can apply directly to the fund.

Further education colleges (FECs) can apply to support projects focused specifically on activities related to the provision of prescribed courses of HE.

Under current legislation we are unable to fund alternative providers of HE so these providers are not eligible to apply.

To submit a proposal, institutions should review all guidance and contact their HEFCE institutional team in the first instance.

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Page last updated 14 July 2017

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