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Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation

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The Foundation’s purpose is to support closer links between Britain and Japan. It does this by awarding scholarships and grants, and by organising a year-round series of seminars, exhibitions and other events in London.

Small Grants

Grants of £2,000-£7,000 are available to individuals, societies, associations or other bodies in the UK or Japan to promote and support interaction between the two countries. Daiwa Foundation Small Grants can cover all fields of activity, including educational and grassroots exchanges, research travel, the organisation of conferences, exhibitions, and other projects and events that fulfil this broad objective. New initiatives are especially encouraged.


Awards of £7,000-£15,000 are available for collaborative projects that enable British and Japanese partners to work together, preferably in the context of an institutional relationship. Daiwa Foundation Awards can cover projects in most academic, professional, arts, cultural and educational fields.

Deadline for proposals: 31 Mar 16

For more information, visit Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation.

For support and advice on bidding, please contact Research Development.


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  1. Thank you. I will make a bid for this. All best, David

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