KISI funded projects
The Keele Institute for Social Inclusion (KISI) launches annual calls for Keele Academics to apply for competitive KISI Awards for supporting pump-priming, multi-disciplinary and collaborative research and knowledge exchange activities. This is in addition to the KISI Active Partnership Programme (KAPP, see KISI Partnerships page) where collaborative projects are lead by external partners. The ultimate aim of the KISI Awards and KAPP funding is to support the development of applications to UKRI Funding Councils and major charities including Wellcome Trust, Leverhulme Trust and the Nuffield Foundation.
International Doctoral Scholarships 2022/23
We are pleased to announce 16 new competitive International Doctoral Scholarships.
These are for postgraduate students from countries and territories eligible to receive official development assistance (ODA) and intending to complete a PhD. These Scholarships are supported by the University itself and enhanced by the Alumni Key Fund.