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December 17, 2012

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Another great blog from Claire Stocks at Manchester – tips on writing Arts, Humanities and Social Science ECR Fellowhips.

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I recently ran a workshop on writing applications for post-doc/early career fellowship applications, and thought it might also be worth committing some of the tips that we covered there to this blog. In this post, I’m going to focus on what funders want to know.

The session (and therefore the tips mentioned here) was fairly general – the aim was to give participants some sense of what funders tend to look for in this type of application (ie for early career development funding). Although there are differences between schemes, when it comes to writing the proposal, most funders (and here I mean the main funders of Arts, Humanities and Social Science research like the AHRC, ESRC, British Academy and Leverhulme) seem to want to know the same information, some of which is explicitly asked for on the application form, and some of which might not be so clear to potential…

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