Information sessions this week for Research Master (RME6)
Research Branch – Wednesday, 23 November
Women and Children’s Hospital – Thursday, 24th November.
Please register via Eventbrite
Researchers are advised that procedures for applying and accepting grants through the Research Branch have changed, coming into effect 8 November 2016. These processes are now conducted online via ResearchMaster (RME6), replacing the manual submission of paper-based application coversheets and acceptance forms.
The Research Branch is no longer accepting paper forms.
The following RFR and RFA processes will now be completed online using the University’s new research management system (RME6):
- If you are applying for a research grant, you may need to complete an NOI eForm (for certain schemes) and/or you will be required to complete an RFR eForm.
- If you have been awarded a research grant, you will be required to complete an RFA eForm.
Submission of an RFR and RFA is mandatory for all grants applied for and awarded as outlined in the University’s Research Grants, Contracts and Consultancies Policy.