Grants for EPS Research Workshops

Experimental Psychology Society

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Grant amount: Up to £4,500

Next deadline: Mar 1, 2019

Later deadlines: Jun 1, 2019, Sep 1, 2019, Dec 1, 2019

Applicant type: Individuals

Funding uses: Conference

Membership: Applicants must be a member of this organization to apply. Become a member.

Location of project: Preferred: United Kingdom Other eligible locations: Anywhere in the world

Location of residency: United Kingdom

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About the Experimental Psychology Society

The Experimental Psychology Society is for the furtherance of scientific enquiry within the field of Psychology and cognate subjects. It holds periodical meetings at which papers are read and discussions held. The Society also disseminates information and educational material made available as a consequence of psychological research, including the publication of the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.

The Society does not engage in any activity intended to affect the professional status of its members or of psychologists generally. 

Grants for EPS Research Workshops

The Society grant will offer financial support for workshops in experimental psychology. A maximum of £4,500 may be awarded to any individual proposal. Awards may be used to contribute towards travel and maintenance of workshop participants, and other basic costs (eg printing) as specified in the budget.

In the evaluation of workshop proposals, the committee encourages applicants to develop a speaker programme that appropriately represents the diversity of the research community. In any cover letter, the applicant may wish to address how this was attempted. Presentations made at workshops do not count as presentations to the Society.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • Applicants should be EPS members.
  • This grant may be may be awarded to any individual proposal.

You must be a member of this organization to apply for this award - become a member.


  • The Committee will give preference to workshops which could not normally be included in the format of regular EPS meetings, and which have not previously received an EPS grant.
  • The Society will also favour workshops for which it can be recognised as a major supporter, rather than large scale meetings for which EPS support would constitute only a minor contribution.
  • Workshops which are open to all EPS members and postgraduate students studying experimental psychology are more likely to be supported than are closed workshops.
  • Workshops within the UK which are easily accessible to EPS members and postgraduates are more likely to be supported than overseas workshops.