Funding Results 2022 to 2023
For academic year 2022 to 2023 the Turing Scheme received 520 applications, compared with 412 for academic year 2021 to 2022.
Applications increased across all sectors. 316 projects were approved to receive grant funding totalling £106,108,760.02 with participants expected to undertake study, school exchanges, and industry work placements in over 160 destinations across the globe.
Organisations including schools, colleges and universities from across the UK will receive funding from the Turing Scheme to provide opportunities for 38,374 pupils, learners and students to study and work across the globe during the 2022 to 2023 academic year. 19,952 (51.99%) of the placements approved for funding are for participants from a disadvantaged background.
More information about the funding results, successful applicants and the destination countries/territories chosen for funded activities can be seen in the following tables.
This data is subject to change as providers update their project plans throughout the year. Final data will be published following academic year 2022 to 2023.
Data last updated 17 April 2023
Overview of funding results by sector
Overview of funding by location of applicants
Overview of funding allocations by nation and sector
Our funded organisations come from across the UK and they have been approved for Turing Scheme funding for study and work placements that will take place in over 160 destination countries and territories around the world.
Download our funded organisations list for each sector.
- Higher education 2022 to 2023 funded organisations
- Further education and vocational education and training 2022 to 2023 funded organisations
- Schools 2022 to 2023 funded organisations
Download the list of planned destination countries/territories
(Includes the number of participants we have approved funding for the 2022-23 academic year for each destination. Destinations may change to align with FCDO travel advice.)