Apply For Incubator Projects 2021/22
21/22 - Apply Here!
21/22 - Apply Here!
21/22 - Apply Here!
Welcome to the Application Form page for our next call for year-long Incubator projects for the 2021/22 academic year.
The deadline for applications is 12 noon on the 1st April. We expect to be able to communicate outcomes by 20th April. Successful projects will be funded from 1st August 2021 to 31st July 2022 - there is no suggested figure of funding, but instead, please submit what you feel is required to make your project successful.
For this call, we are asking applicants to focus their project applications around the following three themes:
Building on our experiences of educating over the last twelve months and with a focus on collaborations, this theme asks for projects that pilot and evaluate ways of supporting students to engage internationally as part of their programmes.
This theme is aligned with the University agenda to create collaborative international programmes.
Collaborations on this theme might include those with educators, research partners, community organisations, and/or employers abroad.
This theme encompasses projects seeking ‘Success for All’ students; this might include projects piloting and evaluating inclusive or decolonised curricula, and/or a means for supporting non-traditional students and closing attainment gaps.
It is crucial that these projects foster partnerships with students, the Guild, and existing groups on campus, involving them in all stages of their project.
This theme will ask people to take what was learned from the increase in online learning and pilot and evaluate how these approaches can be best applied to blended delivery and assessment as we return to campus.
Towards the end of 2019/20 it was necessary for exams and assessments to be online. In 2020/21 we have needed to adapt curricula and create resources to facilitate students learning within COVID-19 restrictions. As these restrictions are reduced and our campuses become more available as teaching spaces, educators will need to make decisions about how ways of teaching during COVID-19 should inform education during 2021/22 and beyond.
It will be crucial for these projects to collaborate with students, recent graduates, and industry/employer stakeholders.
To help you write your application, we have collated a list of resources below that will help you to research and frame your projects.
To prepare to complete the form, we invite you to research the following documents to identify existing problems and challenges at the University, which your projects can then seek to address:
- Staff and Student Networks
- Exeter Guild Strategic Plan and Student-Led Change Campaigns
- Falmouth and Exeter Students' Union Mission and Student-Led Change Campaigns
- NSS 2020 Survey Data
- University Strategy 2016-2021
- Education Strategy 2019-25
- Project Enhance
- Exeter Innovation, Impact, and Business (IIB)
- Widening Participation Strategy
- Access and Participation Plan 2020/21 to 2024/25
- Provost Commission Report
- EDI Vision Report
- Equality Impact Assessments
- Further Equality Reports and Data
- Education Incubator Impact Report 2019/20
- Education Incubator Calendar Year 2020 Report
- Current Incubator Projects
We also held two application workshops in February. If you would like a copy of the presentation and access to recordings of these sessions, please email us at email@example.com.
Please also get in contact if you have any questions before completing the application form.
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Education Incubator 2021-22 Application Form
The deadline for applications is Thursday 1st April at midday. Applications will be reviewed by a panel on April 16th, following review by a selection panel comprising of students and staff from both academic and professional services.
When you submit an application you will receive a confirmation email. You will need to forward this to your Head of Department or equivalent. They need to forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 9th with a confirmation that they support the application and will support you to do the project, if successful.
Applications that do not have this authorisation will not be considered by the panel on April 16th.