- Obtain a copy of the Research Application Summary Form
- Plan your approach to preparing the application
- Use pFACT to cost the research proposal
- Determine the appropriate price level
- The application format
- Complete the Research Application Summary Form
- Getting the research grant application authorised
- Submission of the application to the sponsor
- Research and Consultancy Database
- The Research Support Offce
Guidelines on the appropriate price levels to be charged to different sponsors of research are provided in the University’s price matrix. The Research Support Office will provide assistance with determining the price level to be included in research grant applications.
It is recognised that it will take some time before all sponsors of research move from a culture of having to pay for research on a marginal cost basis to paying the full economic costs of research. As such, the University has produced guidelines to deal with research grant applications where it is unlikely that the sponsor would be prepared to pay the guideline price.The Research Support Office can provide guidance and advice with determining the price level to be included in grant applications.
Detailed information on the University price matrix and procedures to deal with exceptions can be accessed by clicking here