Faculty Support Grants

Intramural Support Grants

To promote and strengthen research and teaching, The American University in Cairo (AUC) provides its faculty members with various types of research, conference and teaching enhancement grants. 

The associate provost for research and creativity is responsible for overseeing these University-funded grants.

Faculty Support Grant Types

Research Support Grant
Teaching and Learning Enhancement Support Grant
Organization of a Conference Support Grant
Conference Travel Support Grant
Teaching and Learning Enhancement Travel Support Grant
Mini-Grant and Publishing Fees
Off-Cycle Contingency Funds

*Important Note: You can fill in the forms below on the intramural grants system anytime as drafts and submit when the cycle is open.

AUC provides grant support for innovative research activities. Grants are competitively awarded to support individual or group research projects.

Before submission, carefully the cycle dates in the relevant guideline.

To apply, click here.

This grant provides funds to support teachers in their commitment to continually improving their teaching while sustaining high-quality learning at AUC.

Check the deadlines in the guidelines document.

To apply, click here.

This grant provides supplemental funding for the planning and implementation of national and international conferences in order to enhance the research and creative environment at AUC, as well as to bring prestige and recognition to the university and Egypt. 

Check the deadlines in the guidelines document.

To apply, click here.

This grant is designed to provide financial support for scholarly and creative presentations by AUC to faculty at major professional international meetings and conferences. 

To apply, click here.

This grant is designed to provide financial support for scholarly and creative presentations by AUC to faculty at major professional international meetings and conferences that focus on teaching and learning. 

To apply, click here.

AUC provides mini-grants to assist with expenses such as the cost of reprints (for a limited number of articles, not for books), page charges, preparation of manuscripts for publishing such as copyediting or indexing charges, supplies and services, the cost of data that must be purchased from external sources, as well as relatively small material costs related to research and teaching enhancement.  

Check with your dean on the availability of the fund before applying through the online system.

*Important Note: The standard forms used for all application types are the budget sheet, progress form, no-cost extension and change request form.