- Go to The Laurel Trust website and submit your on-line application before Friday 18th June 2021.
- When you have completed your Application Form please go to our Data Protection Policy and read it carefully. Then complete the Permission to Contact slip which is below the Application Form. This is an extremely important step as we cannot process your application or contact you without the completed permission. Please post the signed copy of the Application Form ensuring that you have signed the Permission to Contact slip too.
- Please post a hard signed copy of the application to:
Maggie Roger, Consultant Director
The Laurel Trust c/o Stone King LLP
91 Charterhouse Street
- It is important that you keep a copy of your application for future reference.
When your application is received it is anonymised and the Trustees’ Selection Panel make their judgements and decisions based on how your collaboration meet the criteria set, the quality of your submission and the impact your research or innovation is likely to have.
If the Trustees wish to take your application further you will be invited to a Zoom discussion with a small group of Trustees so that we can gain a fuller picture of your intended research, your partners and the nature of the collaboration and raise any points for clarification.
If your application is successful you will be given a provisional acceptance in July. The final grant award is dependent upon you completing an action plan, time-line and indicative budget in the early part of the Autumn Term. In addition, the Lead School will be asked to sign our Memorandum of Agreement which sets out the terms of our contract with you.