Upcoming grant deadlines
*** PLEASE NOTE: In order for the Research Office to provide you with the best support possible for your grant applications, for detailed feedback on grants we strongly encourage you to inform us of your intention to apply as soon as possible and to send us your application at least 3 to 4 weeks in advance of the grant deadline in order to receive maximum support from Rania Nasrallah. Preparing your application months in advance for major grants is also strongly encouraged, to give you enough time to polish the application and have the strongest chances of success. For admin review of grants, we ask that you inform us of your intention to apply as soon as possible and submit your application to Rania Nasrallah at least 1 or 2 weeks in advance of the agency or RMS deadline, at this point requests will be handled on a first come first serve basis and we cannot guarantee detailed review if the number of applications exceeds our capacity. We also encourage you to seek expert feedback from your colleagues who are more familiar with your research area, in addition to the feedback we provide. Finally, to request letters of support that need to be drafted by the Research Office, or VDR signatures on forms/letters, you are encouraged to reach out to us at least 72 hours in advance, otherwise we cannot guarantee your request can be met on time.
|December 12, 2023||NFRF: 2023 Exploration Competition||APPLY|
|December 13, 2023||NRC: Climate-Resilient Coastal Communities Program||APPLY|
|December 14, 2023||SSHRC: Knowledge Synthesis Grants on Evolving Narratives of Cultures and Histories||APPLY|
|December 15, 2023||SSHRC: Partnership Engage Grant||APPLY|
|January 10, 2024||NFRF: 2024 Transformation Competition - LOI Deadline||APPLY|
|January 15, 2024||Telfer School: Research Event Grant||APPLY|
|January 15, 2024||uOttawa: SEED Funding Opportunity (SFO)||Apply|
|January 15, 2024||uOttawa: Bridge Funding Opportunity (BFO)||Apply|
|February 1, 2024||SSHRC: Connection Grant||APPLY|
|February 1, 2024||CIHR: Team Grant - Embracing Diversity to Achieve Precision & Health Equity||APPLY|
|February 2, 2024||SSHRC: Insight Development Grant||APPLY|
|February 5, 2024||SSHRC: Partnership Grant - Internal Deadline||APPLY|
|February 10, 2024||SSHRC: Partnership Grant - Final Deadline||APPLY|
|February 15, 2024||uOttawa: Conference/Workshop on Campus Opportunity (CWCO)||APPLY|
|May 1, 2024||SSHRC: Connection Grant||APPLY|
|No deadline||NSERC: Alliance Grants||Apply|
|No deadline||MITACS: Accelerate||APPLY|
|No deadline||Telfer School: Student Thesis Research Grant||Apply|
|No deadline||University of Ottawa: Interdisciplinary Research Group Funding Opportunity (IRGFO) - Stream 2||Apply|
|TBD||Telfer School: 2024 Partnership Support Research Grant||Apply|
|TBD||Telfer School: 2024 Indigenous Research Support Grant||APPLY|
Research Funding Opportunities
There are several sources of funding available to the researchers at the Telfer School of Management. Funding can be found internally, from Telfer or uOttawa, or externally, from government agencies or partners in private sectors.
Funding opportunities for graduate students can be found here.
Telfer School of Management Research Grants
The purpose of the SMRG program is to support forward-looking research and to increase research intensity at the Telfer School of Management.
University of Ottawa Funding Opportunities
The Seed Funding Opportunity (SFO) supports new researchers at the University of Ottawa. It can help you generate data, test new ideas, and improve your applications to the Tri- Councils.
Deadlines: January 15, June 15
The Bridge Funding Opportunity (BFO) provides funding to help established researchers improve an unsuccessful application. It will help you improve your Tri-Council application by enabling you to address the peer review comments.
Deadlines: January 15, June 15
The Conference/Workshop on Campus Opportunity (CWCO) supports researchers in communicating results and sharing knowledge with colleagues from Canada and abroad. This program favors both exchanges within a discipline or across many.
Deadlines: May 15, August 15, November 15, February 15
Interdisciplinary Research Group Funding Opportunity
RTC supports uOttawa researchers to recruit people interested in forming a new research team. These new teams can either be interdisciplinary or interfaculty. This funding also helps researchers elaborate their projects and prepare for external funding competitions. If needed, researchers awarded through Stream 1 can apply to Stream 2 for more funding.
Deadlines: February 15
Stream 2 funds uOttawa researchers leading an established interdisciplinary research team. The funding enables established research teams to develop their grant proposal for large-scale external funding competitions. A researcher with an established interdisciplinary research team can apply directly to Stream 2 of the IRGFO.
Researchers can apply at any time to the GDP competition.
The Emergency Fund for Minor Equipment Repair Program (EFP) aims to provide support for the unanticipated emergency repairs of research equipment caused by a normal and optimal use.
Researchers can apply at any time to the EFP program.
Applications should be submitted three months prior to the start date of the "sabbatical" or "duly approved research leave".
To learn more about these opportunities, please visit the Research Management Services' website.
- Canada-U.S. Fulbright Visiting Research Chairs
- Visiting Researcher Program
- France-Canada Research Fund
To learn more about these opportunities, please visit the IREX website.