If you're an HE or FE careers professional planning to undertake research that develops best practice or advances knowledge in the sector, you may be eligible for a grant from Jisc
Open to all HE and FE Jisc members, the grant is designed to support careers practitioners' research, help disseminate findings and improve practices - with up to £5,000 available for each individual project.
Applications for the next round open on 3 January 2024 and close on 5 April 2024. Successful applicants will be expected to begin their research in May 2024 and will have one year to complete their project. Once completed, research will be published here on Prospects Luminate.
Find out more by downloading the guidelines.
To request an application form, please contact Ellie Reynolds at email@example.com
Research we have funded
- The impact of COVID-19 on student career planning - researchers at Lancaster University examined how and why the attitudes of undergraduate students towards their career readiness and planning had changed since the pandemic.
- International students in the UK: perspectives from Chinese employers and alumni - what is the impact of studying in the UK on employability for Chinese students, asked researchers at the University of Sheffield.
- How do career development practitioners innovate in HE? - Holly McLoughlin explores how power constraints and other barriers factor into the innovative progress of careers services and professionalism of the career development sector.
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