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Funding scheme for Teaching and Learning mini projects launches

Mini projects scheme 2017

It’s no surprise that small projects can become catalysts for further improvement and development. 

This is why the Centre for Quality Support and Development (CQSD) is launching the University Teaching and Learning Enhancement Projects Mini Awards Scheme 2017.

The scheme offers 'start-up' funding of between £500 and £2,500 to encourage and enable staff to experiment and/or develop procedures and practice through mini projects. It is open to all staff who are involved in teaching and/or supporting teaching and learning. In select cases, funding of up to £5,000 may be granted. 

The scheme forms part of the University’s Teaching and Learning Development Fund (TLDF), which supports projects focused on the improvement and enhancement of teaching and learning. It is aligned with the University's Teaching and Learning Strategy. 

Full details on the Mini Award Scheme can be found on CQSD’s dedicated scheme information page

Submissions will be accepted from Monday 30 January until 12:00pm, Tuesday 21 March. Late submissions will not be accepted.

For queries about the Mini Projects scheme please email

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