HEFi Education Enhancement Funding

The University of Birmingham has invested in the Education Enhancement Fund (EEF) since 2010. EEF is available to staff each year; providing the opportunity to carry out projects that seek to enhance the educational experience of our students.

For more than a decade, staff have used EEF funds to explore, develop and deliver enhancements to learning and teaching as well support innovative, evidence-based practice. Here at HEFi, we are always keen to learn more about ‘what works’ and to encourage collaboration across different disciplines to share good practice and lessons learnt.

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Please also see below for more information on how to apply for funding for the 2022-3 academic year, our currently funded projects and how to run an EEF project.


If you want to see how EEF project funding has contributed to learning and teaching enhancement and innovation over the last decade, please follow our 'Achievements and impact' link above.

Over the last 10 years, staff have used EEF funds to explore, develop and deliver enhancements to learning and teaching, as well as support innovative, evidence-based practice. Here at HEFi, we are always keen to learn more about ‘what works’ and to encourage collaboration across different disciplines to share good practice and lessons learnt.

Current project leaders, Dr Sarah Montano (Birmingham Business School) and Dr Lesley Batty (GEES) share here their personal experiences of EEF and offer insights into what you can expect when running a project.

Dr Sarah Montano (Birmingham Business School)

Dr Lesley Batty, Work Based Learning

If you want to see how EEF project Funding has contributed to learning and teaching enhancement and innovation over the last decade, please take a look at our past projects.

Current EEF projects (2021-22) have been funded under the following strands:

Contact us if you can't find the information you need: hefi.projects@contacts.bham.ac.uk.

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