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British Council International Collaboration Grants 2021 & How to Apply

British Council International Collaboration Grants 2021: British Council is delighted to launch the International Collaboration Grants, a £3.5m programme of grants now available to support UK and overseas organisations to collaborate internationally. Applications are currently invited from eligible organisations and individuals.


British council is already known for supporting organisations to collaborate internationally via digital means through the Digital Collaboration Fund. It is equally now continuing on that success by launching International Collaboration Grants to support UK and international organisations.

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British Council International Collaboration Grants 2021.

The grants are designed to support artists to make and develop creative artwork with their international peers and encourage new international partnerships and innovative ways of collaborating. Small grants of £5-20k and large grants of £20-75k are available now to UK and international organisations.

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Eligibility Information

Applications must demonstrate genuine international collaboration and an explicit benefit to individual artists and international partners, and projects should address significant contemporary themes, from climate change to global challenges.

Eligible Countries

UK in partnership with: Algeria, Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Colombia, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Korea, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Norway, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi, Spain, South Africa, Sudan, Taiwan,Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, Ukraine, and Vietnam

How to Apply British Council International Collaboration Grants

Interested and eligible organisations/persons can apply using the online application form and following the specific instructions provided on the application page.

Application Deadline: All applicants must submit their application digitally via the application link by 4 November 2021. 

British Council International Collaboration Grants FAQs.

Find out more about the application and assessment process below.

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What are the International Collaboration Grants?

We are delighted to launch the International Collaboration Grants, a £3.5m programme of grants now available to support UK and overseas organisations to collaborate internationally.

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The programme is designed to support artists to make and develop creative artwork with their international peers, and to encourage new international partnerships and innovative ways of collaborating. Small grants of £5-20k and large grants of £20-75k are now available to UK and international organisations.

Applications must demonstrate genuine international collaboration and an explicit benefit to individual artists and international partners, and projects should address significant contemporary themes, from climate change to global challenges.

Who Can Apply for the British Council International Collaboration Grants?

The grants are designed to support UK and international organisations to work on projects in partnership. The international organisations must be based in the countries listed below.

Each project should include at least one UK-based organisation as part of the partnership.

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The grant will be paid to the UK partner on condition that the grant is distributed between them and the country partner/s.


What type of organisation can apply?
The grants are open to arts and culture organisations, and higher education/research organisations with an arts and culture focus.

An ‘organisation’ is defined as a legally registered entity with a registered bank account, and can include collectives, consortia, community, charity, private and public.


Although applications must be completed through organisations, the grants are designed to benefit the artistic community; therefore projects that show clear benefits to artists and individual practitioners will be prioritised.

Grants will be awarded to organisations (including consortia, community-based and artist-led), and in particular we will be looking for those that identify specific individual artists for inclusion in the project.

We are keen to receive applications from UK organisations with whom we have not previously worked, especially those based outside London.


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