Manage your project
If you have applied for Turing Scheme funding and your application has been successful, congratulations. The next step will be to deliver a project that will benefit and enrich your participants using your grant award.
This section of the website is designed to offer guidance and support to beneficiaries on every step of their Turing Scheme journey, from initial planning through to live reporting of your activities and ultimately to measuring their impact. Alongside key resources like the Grant Agreement, handbook or beneficiary logo, you can also find financial support information.
This section contains documents relating to the Turing Scheme 2023 to 2024, they provide guidance on policies and procedures applied to grants made during that period.
Please note: This section is currently being developed. New pages and documents will be added as they become available.
This section contains documents relating to the Turing Scheme 2022 to 2023, they are provide guidance on policies and procedures applied to grants made during that period.
- The Turing Scheme 2022 to 2023 Programme Guide
- The Turing Scheme 2022 to 2023 Programme Handbook
- download the 2022 to 2023 Grant Agreement (788Kb)
We have also prepared a series of help videos to assist you with managing your project.
The videos include:
This section contains historical information for Year 1 of the Turing Scheme (covering the 2021 to 2022 academic year.)
These documents are for reference purposes and provide guidance on policies and procedures applied to grants made during that period.
- Turing Scheme Year 1 2021 to 2022 Programme Guide
- Turing Scheme Year 1 2021 to 2022 Project Handbook
- Turing Scheme Year 1 2021 to 2022 Beneficiary Portal User Guide
- Download the 2021 to 2022 Grant Agreement (559Kb)
- Download the 2021 to 2022 Grant Agreement annexes (556Kb)
- Download the 2021 to 2022 Grant Agreement Frequently Asked Questions (185Kb)
In this section of the website, we have provided promotional materials and resources to help you promote your successful Turing Scheme project. You can download our branding guidance and Turing Scheme logo below.
Brand guidelines and beneficiary logo
The brand guidelines document provides guidance on how to apply the programme’s logo and branding to your online and offline project materials:
- Download the branding guidelines for Turing Scheme beneficiaries (248 KB)
The Turing Scheme logo is available in colour and greyscale variations as well as in digital and print formats. You can download them below:
- Turing Scheme beneficiary logo in colour – digital version (23 KB)
- Turing Scheme beneficiary logo in greyscale – digital version (16 KB)
- Turing Scheme beneficiary logo in colour – print version (491 KB)
- Turing Scheme beneficiary logo in greyscale – print version (177 KB)
Please note: after clicking the above image files, to download the beneficiary logo please click on the arrow icon in the top right corner of your screen and select the download image option.
Spreading the word and endorsing your Turing Scheme activities in the media will help raise the profile of your organisation, perhaps enhance international ties and highlight the opportunities it brings to your learners, pupils and students. We have produced a branded press release template to help you produce your own press releases.
For UK government Coronavirus guidance for education or work placements overseas, please see the UK government website which provides information for organisations and participants.
When considering whether you are able to send your participants to a destination Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) travel advice must be adhered to, as set out in the Turing Scheme Programme Guide. It is the responsibility of the grant beneficiary to assure adherence.
At present, UK foreign travel guidance includes:
1. The latest FCDO travel advice for the destination country.
2. The FCDO also provide general guidance for British people travelling abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic, if they are legally permitted to travel under current COVID-19 restrictions.
For destinations that require hotel quarantine on arrival, we recommend that placements with accompanying adults for safeguarding purposes do not commence, as it will not be possible for these safeguarding duties to be effectively undertaken within the restrictions of a quarantine hotel environment. We recommend these placements are delayed or reorganised. For other placements to countries requiring hotel quarantine, that do not involve accompanying adults, we recommend that projects consider rearranging, given the financial burden this would place on participants.
It is possible that COVID-19 travel restrictions will continue to affect some international mobilities, and therefore will affect planned Turing Scheme projects and participants during the 2023 to 2024 academic year. We want as many placements planned for 2023 to 2024 to be able to go ahead, but to ensure those are safe for the students involved, and in line with UK and the relevant international travel guidance.
In addition, the destination country may set additional restrictions. You must ensure your participants are aware of these and are still able to travel to undertake their placement and comply with all relevant advice and restrictions in their host country.
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