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Funding Results 2022-23

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Applications for Turing Scheme funding to support placements in the 2022-23 academic year have now been assessed.

Schools, colleges and universities from across the UK will receive funding from the Turing Scheme that will provide for more than 38,300 pupils, learners and students to study and work across the globe during the 2022-23 academic year. 20,000 (52%) of these opportunities will be for disadvantaged participants.

This year the Turing Scheme received 513 applications, compared with 412 last year. Applications increased across all sectors. 317 applications were successful, with participants expected to undertake study, school exchanges, and industry work placements in over 150 destinations across the globe.

This data is subject to change until grant agreements are in place and the appeals process concludes.

 

Overview of funding results

Participants by nation

Number of successful projects by nation and region

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