Our current themes

Our current themes

Introduction

We award Fellowships within a comprehensive framework of universal and annual themes, which cover every aspect of society. Every year we refresh our series of 10-12 annual themes, which focus on topical trends and issues.

We will reopen for Fellowship applications on 13 September 2022. Download our applications flier.

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Our eight universal themes are:

  • Arts and culture.
  • Community and citizenship.
  • Economy and enterprise.
  • Education and skills.
  • Environment and resources.
  • Governance and public provision.
  • Health and wellbeing.
  • Science and technology.

Our current annual themes are:

If you are interested in applying for a Fellowship but your project doesn’t fit into any of our annual themes, you are welcome to apply within our Open theme provided that it fits our general criteria.

Full information about how to select a theme for your application will be published before we reopen for applications in 2022. You can sign up to receive application information below.

Maxine Mackintosh (CF 2018) explored data science-inspired collaboration and interventionDownload image

Our eight universal themes are:

  • Arts and culture.
  • Community and citizenship.
  • Economy and enterprise.
  • Education and skills.
  • Environment and resources.
  • Governance and public provision.
  • Health and wellbeing.
  • Science and technology.

Our current annual themes are:

If you are interested in applying for a Fellowship but your project doesn’t fit into any of our annual themes, you are welcome to apply within our Open theme provided that it fits our general criteria.

Full information about how to select a theme for your application will be published before we reopen for applications in 2022. You can sign up to receive application information below.