Below you will find a list of a number organisations that might be useful if you plan to study or carry out research in the UK, or already do so.

The British Academy

offers grants for research abroad and collaborative research projects involving British and international scholars. It also offers conference funding both for British scholars travelling abroad and for British scholars organising conferences for international scholars in the UK . Awards are available for research at post-doctoral level in the humanities and social sciences.

10 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5AH
T. + 44 20 7969 5200
F. +44 20 7969 5300
Email: secretarybritac.ac.uk
Web: www.britac.ac.uk

British Council

runs programmes in education, English language, the arts, science and technology, sports and governance. Its purpose is to build engagement and trust for the UK through the exchange of knowledge and ideas between people worldwide.

For all enquiries please contact:
British Council Information Centre
T. +44 161 957 7755
F. +44 161 957 7762

Opening times for telephone and textphone calls are 0900-1730 GMT

Email: generalenquiriesbritishcouncil.org

Conservatories UK Admissions Service (CUKAS)

provides a central application service for courses at seven UK conservatories, all of which are members of Conservatories UK (CUK), the network of music colleges.

Rosehill, New Barn Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 3LZ

T. +44 871 468 0470
Web: www.cukas.ac.uk

Department for Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS)

provides general information and help on all areas of student life, including assistance with university tuition fees and other funding matters.

Student Support Division
Castle View House
East Lane
Runcorn
WA7 2GJ

T. 020 7215 5555
Email: infodius.gsi.gov.uk
Web: https://www.gov.uk/student-finance

German Embassy

23 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8PZ

T. 020 7824 1300
F. 020 7824 1449
Email: consulargerman-embassy.org.uk
Web: www.london.diplo.de

German Historical Institute London (DHIL)

awards a number of grants to enable British postgraduate students to spend up to 6 months pursuing historical research in Germany for a doctoral degree.

17 Bloomsbury Square
London
WC1A 2NJ

T. 020 7309 2050
F. 020 7404 5573
Email: ghilghil.ac.uk
Web: www.ghil.ac.uk

German National Tourist Office

PO BOX 2695
London
W1A 3TN

T. 020 7317 0908
F. 020 7317 0917
Email: gntolond-z-t.com
Web: http://www.germany.travel/en/index.html

Goethe-Institut London and Glasgow

aim to encourage international cultural co-operation by organising cultural events and projects, library and information   services, teaching advice for German as a foreign language and language courses.

Goethe-Institut London
50 Princes Gate
Exhibition Road
London
SW7 2PH

T. 020 7596 4000
F. 020 7594 0240
Email: infolondon.goethe.org
Web: www.goethe.de/london

Goethe-Institut Glasgow
3 Park Circus
Glasgow
G3 6AX

T.   0141 332 2555
F.   0141 342 1656
Email:infoglasgow.goethe.org
Web: www.goethe.de/glasgow

Graduate Teacher training Registry (GTTR)

provides a centralized application service for postgraduate teacher training programmes offered by universities, colleges and school-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) consortia in England, Wales and Scotland.

GTTR
Rosehill
New Barn Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 3 LZ

T. 0871 468 0469
Web: www.gttr.ac.uk

The Leverhulme Trust

offers postgraduates Study Abroad Studentships for 12 - 24 months at institutions of higher education in Germany and other countries. The Leverhulme Trust also grants financial assistance to experienced researchers in the UK who wish to conduct a research project in the UK or overseas. Academic interchange grants to create or develop an effective research network are also made, funding the visits of scholars from groups of higher education institutions to and from the UK .

1 Pemberton Row
London
EC4A 3BG

T. 020 7822 5220
F. 020 7822 5084
Email: gdupinleverhulme.ac.uk
Web: https://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/funding/grant-funding

The Royal Society’s

International Travel Grants scheme facilitates collaboration between UK and overseas scientists in order to exploit opportunities for building lasting networks. This new scheme allows UK scientists to visit their German counterparts or for German scientists to travel to the UK . The Joint Projects scheme supports collaboration between two individuals or research groups, one in the UK and one in Germany , and runs for two years. In addition, the Royal Society has just launcheda new International Fellowship programme in collaboration with the British Academy and Royal Academy of Engineering: The Newton International Fellowships. This new scheme, which covers all areas of humanities, engineering, social and natural sciences, is open to early post-doctoral researchers from any country other than the UK , including Germany .

6–9 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5AG

T. 020 7451 2500
F. 020 7930 2170
Email: internationalroyalsociety.org
Web: www.royalsociety.org

For Newton International Fellowship scheme:

Web: www.newtonfellowships.org

Universities & Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)

is responsible for managing applications to higher education courses in the UK , processing more than two million applications for full-time undergraduate courses every year.

UCAS
Rosehill
New Barn Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 3LZ

T. 0871 468 0468
Email: enquiriesucas.ac.uk
Web: www.ucas.com

UK NARIC, ECCTIS Ltd

is the National Academic Recognition Information Centre for the UK and offers guidance on the equivalence between international and UK qualifications.

Oriel House
Oriel Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL50 1XP

T. 0871 330 7033
F. 0871 330 7005
Email: infonaric.org.uk
Web: www.naric.org.uk

UK Postgraduate Applications and Statistical Service (UKPASS)

provides a comprehensive course listing for postgraduate taught and research programmes in the UK and an online application and tracking service for participating universities and colleges.

UKPASS
Rosehill
New Barn Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 3LZ

T. 0871 344 4447
Web: www.ukpass.ac.uk

UK Research Office (UKRO)

is the European Office of the UK Research Councils and provides information and advice services on EU funding for research and higher education.

Rue du Commerce 45 - BP.3
1000 Brussels
Belgium

T. +32 2 230 1535
F. +32 2 230 4803
Email: ukrobbsrc.ac.uk
Web: www.ukro.ac.uk