Events Calendar
Feb 13
13:30 - 17:00
Grant writing for Learning & Teaching
Learning Teaching Network (LTN)

Presented by Dr Anne Wilson [21], Royal Literary Fund Consultant Fellow

Do you have a brilliant idea for a project that would help improve your teaching and students' learning? Or a project that develops your skills, leadership or reputation as a practitioner? If you do and would like to write a coherent grant proposal for either a TESSA or a Faculty Learning and Teaching Enhancement Fund grant, this workshop is for you. Come with an idea and develop it in a supportive atmosphere with colleagues' help and the advice of an experienced grant proposal writer.

After this workshop you will be better able to:                       

  • assess whether your idea meets the criteria of the TESSA  or Faculty Fund                          
  • establish what the funders will look for when assessing your application                                 
  • match the aims and outcomes of your project to University priorities                                    
  • identify aspects you need to develop or where you need further information                                   
  • draft different sections of the application

It will be essential for participants to bring a laptop that will connect them to the TESSA and Faculty grant pages and to come with an idea (however undeveloped) for Teaching and Learning project.

Visit the event web page

To book a place please use the online form.


UELT Seminar Room,
UELT Building,
University of Kent,
United Kingdom


Open to all staff,

Contact: Debbie Hayward
T: 01227 824170
Categories: Staff development
Tags: ltn


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