Providing PhD students, postdoctorals, Early Career Researchers a 3–12 month opportunity to focus on a research project of their choice in an HEI in Europe.
The RSE Research Network Grants consolidate collaborative partnerships which expand activities of existing research, or initiate new projects. Partnerships may be defined by a collaboration between colleagues in different disciplines and institutions.
The ambition of the Ireland-Scotland Bilateral Network Grants is to strengthen co-operation and learning between excellent researchers, academics and practitioners in Scotland and Ireland within the theme of ‘Revival, Resilience and Recovery: Cultural and Arts Sectors post-Covid-19’.
The RSE COP26 international climate change network grant are to address climate change impacts ahead of Scotland’s hosting of COP26 while fostering international collaboration in a post-Brexit world.
SAPHIRE is a new grant scheme funded by the Scottish Government with the aim of enhancing the existing international research partnerships between Scottish universities and partners in India, Japan and Pakistan.
The International Bilateral Visits Programme facilitates the collaboration between researchers from Scotland and those based in institutions with which the RSE has a formal Memorandum of Understanding.