ECT Student Grants
Ecological Continuity Trust
Grant amount: Up to £1,000
Applicant type: Graduate Student Undergraduate Student
Funding uses: Conference, Research
Location of project: United Kingdom
Location of residency: Anywhere in the worldView website Save Need help writing this grant?
The Ecological Continuity Trust is a UK charity formed in 2008. Our aim is to support long-term experimental ecology and its application to conservation and sustainable land management. We support long-term experiments by providing much needed funds through our grants scheme and emergency repair funds. We have also established a network of key stakeholders that help champion LTEs and the valuable science they produce. Find out about our LTE User Group here.
Our vision is to develop a strategic network of long-term ecological experiments. This includes safeguarding existing high quality experiments and data, whilst also ensuring new facilities are planned for the long-term.
We support students undertaking undergraduate or postgraduate research projects at LTEs. Funds might be used for:
- consumables or specialist equipment required for the experimental research;
- travel and accommodation, enabling students to work on LTEs where no institutional funding exists;
- travel and accommodation, enabling students to present LTE research at conferences.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- To be eligible for an ECT grant, all specified activities must be undertaken on, or associated with, a long-term experiment (LTE) such as those that are currently on the ECT register.
- Please download a list of eligible sites here.
- Grants are provided to fund research and to cover travel costs associated with communicating scientific findings.
- The ECT also provides funds to undertake essential maintenance at LTEs.
- Grant recipients must comply with the ECT Data Policy which is available here.
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