BA/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowships
- Funding status
- Closed for applications
- Career stage
- Established researcher, Senior researcher
- Earliest start date
- 1 Sep 2023
- Scheme opens date
- 5 Oct 2022
- Deadline date
- 16 Nov 2022 - 17:00 GMT
- Duration of award
- 12 months
Particular focus is on individuals who have laboured for a long period of time with little or no prospect of dedicating time towards their project or to produce what, in many cases, hopes to be a career defining work.
Please note – applicants who have already applied to the Academy’s 2021-22 round of the Mid-Career Fellowship scheme should note that they are not permitted to apply to the BA/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship scheme in the autumn of 2022.
The Academy takes no account of an applicant's age or current status (e.g. Professor, Lecturer) in determining eligibility for these awards. Rather, in all cases, award-holders are expected to be able to disseminate the results of their research not only through publications, but also through feeding into their future academic career after the end of the awards. Any field of study in the humanities and social sciences is suitable for support. Additionally, applicants must be employed in a UK institution.
Value and duration
These Fellowships are not covered under the Full Economic Costing (FEC) regime, and no research expenses for the Fellowship holder are available. The only cost payable will be the salary of a replacement lecturer, who should normally be at an early career stage and appointed at the usual starting salary for first-time appointments, together with associated employers’ costs of NI and USS (and London Allowance where applicable). Fellowships are tenable for one year with the start date falling between 1 September 2022 and 1 January 2023.
Applications must be submitted online using the British Academy's Grant Management System (GMS), Flexi-Grant®
The deadline for submissions and UK institutional approval is Wednesday 17 November 2021 (17.00 UK time).