What happens after you submit your proposal - EPSRC



For standard applications that go through a postal peer review stage, feedback is received in the form of reviewer forms prior to the prioritisation meeting and the rank order list information published on EPSRC’s Grants on the Web (GoW) system shortly after the meeting.

Occasionally there is specific feedback from the prioritisation meeting which will be passed to the applicant.

If an application has not been postal peer reviewed, feedback from the meeting will be provided.

Feedback is not usually given for expressions of interest or outline applications.

If applications are in response to a managed funding opportunity, the funding opportunity document will detail what feedback will be available.

Reviewer comments are available for a limited time in the research office account of the service you used to apply, either the Joint Electronic Submission (Je-S) system or the Funding Service.

Specific panel feedback is sent to the applicant and research offices.

Last updated: 13 June 2023

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