The University Sabbatical Scheme replaces both the existing University Sabbaticals and the Learning and Teaching Project Awards.
In a ground-breaking approach in the sector, and supporting our connected strategy development between Education and Research and Innovation, this scheme builds on the strengths of the Research sabbatical and the Learning and Teaching Projects, and combines both with increased funding and better access for all members of staff.
1. Education (Learning and Teaching) – administered by Anglia Learning & Teaching
2. Research and Knowledge Exchange – administered by RIDO
3. Doctoral Completion – administered by RIDO
Sabbaticals may last up to 75 days and applicants may apply for up to £15,000.
Following the successful completion of the project and dissemination of the findings, the recipient of an Education (Learning and Teaching) Sabbatical will be eligible to apply to become an Anglia Ruskin University Associate Teaching Fellow.
The University Sabbatical Scheme is open to all individuals and teams at our University. Both full-time and part-time staff, including staff from partner institutions and part-time hourly paid, are eligible for support.
Funding will be made subject to acceptance of the conditions, which includes any necessary ethical approval being granted by the relevant authorities and the signature of the Deputy Dean of Faculty/Director of Service.
Our University Sabbatical Guidance has detailed information on conditions and eligibility criteria.
A proposal should:
Please contact email@example.com to discuss potential sabbaticals and the development of proposals for Research and Knowledge Exchange or Doctoral Completion Sabbaticals.
Call for proposals is now open: 9 January 2023.
Proposals to supporters for supporting statements by: 23 March 2023.
Full applications (including supporting statements) to AL&T/RIDO by: 30 March 2023.