13 schemes in total, listed alphabetically. View them all below, or select according to the type of funding you require.
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For specialist arts institutions or registered charities to provide training opportunities across the fine and performing arts: music, drama, dance, film, fine art, etc.
For early career researchers, with a research record but who have not yet held a full-time permanent academic post, to undertake a significant piece of publishable work
For senior researchers who have retired or partially retired from an academic post to complete a research project and prepare the results for publication
For established researchers to develop new knowledge, skills and ideas in one or more research centres outside the UK
For UK universities to fund 15 Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships in a priority research area for that institution
To help maintain the UK’s international standing as a desirable research destination that is open to talented individuals from all countries
For UK universities to set up a Leverhulme Research Centre for outstanding original research aspiring to achieve a step-change in scholarship
For well-established, distinguished researchers in the humanities and social sciences to complete a piece of original research
For researchers at an early stage of their careers whose work has had international impact and whose future research career is exceptionally promising - to use for any research purpose
For experienced researchers in any discipline, to complete a piece of research
For talented scholars who have launched a university career but who need to build a team to address a distinct research problem
For researchers based at universities, institutions of higher education or registered charities with university-equivalent research capacity, to undertake an innovative and original research project
For students to study or undertake research at a centre of learning in any country except the UK or USA
For UK institutions to invite an eminent researcher from overseas to enhance the skills and knowledge of the academic staff and/or students