Queen Mary Postgraduate Research Fund
The Queen Mary Postgraduate Research Fund is open to all Postgraduate Research students at Queen Mary and is designed to support travel and other expenses (although not consumables and equipment) related to the student’s doctoral studies. Applications to the Fund will be assessed by a panel of senior colleagues from across the College (two per faculty). The panel will normally assess applications a couple of weeks after the deadline, and both applicants and schools/institutes will be informed of the results. Funds will only be reimbursed to awardees after they have made the initial payment themselves and have submitted to their School/Institute the expenses claim form together with receipts.
QMUL Expense Claim Form for successful applicants (to be submitted to department/school/institute together with receipts/evidence of payment in order to claim the award). For further information on claiming expenses please see our Expenses and How to Claim section.
How to apply
- PGRF Guidelines (PGRF_Guidelines_June_2018 [DOC 34KB])
- PGRF Guidelines for Schools (PGRF_Guidelines_for_Schools_June_2018 [DOC 26KB])
- PGRF Application Form (PGRF_Application_Form_Jan_2018 [DOC 27KB])
- PGRF Award Holders Report Form (PGRF_Award_Holder_Report_Form [DOC 37KB])
Address enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadlines for PGRF
Applications are collated by schools/institutes, for sign-off by the school/institute Director of Research, before submission to the panel.
The deadline for receipt of applications centrally is normally 1 November, 1 February and 1 June.
Internal school/institute deadlines will generally be one week before the central deadline. Your school/institute coordinator’s contact details are listed below:
|School||Postgraduate Research team contact|
|Barts Cancer Institute||Mariann Jakab|
|Biological and Bahavioural Sciences||Frances Healy|
|Blizard Institute Science||Susanne Bell|
|Business and Management||Saima Ahmed|
|Centre for Commercial Law Studies / School of Law||Hayley O'Hagan|
|Economics and Finance||Chandani Amin|
|English and Drama||SED PGR Support|
|Electronic Engineering and Computer Science||Melissa Yeo|
|Engineering and Materials Science||Colin Rainey|
|Institute of Dentistry||Aimee Kennedy|
|Institute of Health Sciences Education||Shahrar Ali|
|Languages, Linguistics and Film||SLLF Finance|
|Mathematical Science||Katie Hale|
|Physical and Chemical Sciences||Rob Miles|
|Politics and International Relations||Lisa Pilgram|
|William Harvey Research Institute||Bijal Tailor|
|Wolfson Institute of Population Health||Patrick Mullan|