UKRI publishes information about the funding decisions made by research council boards and panels.
This lets you find out how a grant application did compared with other applications assessed at the same board or panel meeting. It can also inform an organisation’s grant application activity and help improve the quality of applications.
AHRC usually publishes outcomes within three months of a meeting.
Further details about awarded grants are published on Gateway to Research, which is updated monthly with newly awarded grants.
Outcomes from 2017
Frequently applied for opportunities
AHRC UK-China research – industry creative partnerships, 2019
AHRC-German Research Foundation (DFG) research grants, 2020
AHRC-Department for International Development (DFID) collaborative humanitarian protection research grants, 2020
AHRC-Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR) cultural heritage and rapid urbanisation in India, 2018
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) indoor and built environment, 2017
Audience of the future – immersive centre of excellence, 2018
Capabilities of collections, 2020
Celebrating classical music composers from diverse backgrounds, 2020
Centre for cultural value, 2019
Creative research and development partnerships, 2018
Cultural Heritage, migration and the Indian diaspora networking grants, 2019
Doctoral awards and partnerships, 2018 and 2019
Foundational collaborative projects towards a national collection, 2019
Global challenges research fund, 2017 to 2020
International placement scheme, 2017 to 2020
Modern slavery policy and evidence centre COVID-19 rapid response, 2020
Newton Khalidi Fund cultural heritage and sustainable development in Jordan, 2018
UK climate resilience programme – living with uncertain change, 2020
UK-China creative industries partnership development grants, 2019
UK-Turkey creative industries networking grants, 2020
UK-US partnership development grants, 2020
Outcomes before 2017
Comparing funding cut-off points
We make funding decisions in circumstances unique to each panel meeting. You should not compare the funding cut-off points made in different meetings.
We cannot consider challenges to, or enquiries about decisions based on these kinds of comparisons.
You must wait for official confirmation before making any commitments against your award.
Last updated: 5 November 2021