Open call for Workshop Applications

PsyPAG are now accepting applications to host virtual workshops for postgraduates.

The next application deadline is 28th February 2021.

Apply for up to £750

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, please note at this time we are only accepting applications for virtual workshops.

Workshops with a postgraduate focus

A PsyPAG workshop should be aimed specifically at postgraduates and aim to benefit a significant number of students. Usually, this will include having some post-graduate speakers and poster presentations at the event.

The possibilities for training opportunites are endless

Previous workshops include: ‘An Introduction to Multilevel Modelling’, ‘Exploring Culture and Experience: Choosing Methodologies in
Qualitative Research’, and ‘Books, Burnout and Balance’.

Funding strategy

We encourage applicants to ask for joint funding from another source (e.g. your university, a division/section of the BPS or an employer). This is because we want our budget to support as many events as possible.


If interested, or would like more information, please contact the Vice Chair at


Why should you apply?

Applying for workshop funding is valuable experience.

It shows employers that you are able to use your initiative, budget, negotiate and plan.

It fills a gap in your own training needs and benefits others at the same time.

It gives you the opportunity to network and meet people you may be able to work with in the future

PsyPAG Workshop Fund

How to apply

Application Guidance Notes

Download here and read through our Application Guidance Notes before submitting an application.

Workshop Budgeting

Download the Workshop Budgeting Form here and complete your proposed budget

Submit your Application

Download the Application Form here. Once complete send it to

Application deadlines are on the 29th February, 30th June, and 30th October every year.

Take a look at previously funded workshops


For any inquiries please email

Alternatively, use the contact form or get in touch by social media