COMPAS Development

Originally an ESRC funded research centre, COMPAS is now broadly reliant on several separate activity streams for sustainability: research, teaching and knowledge exchange.

Research

Our research is funded mainly through grants with UK research councils, charities, philanthropic organisations, and the European Commission. We currently have grants with the organisations listed below under ‘Current Funders‘.

Teaching

Our teaching income comes from the supervision of graduate students admitted to a range of DPhil programmes and the Msc in Migration Studies within the University.

Knowledge Exchange

Our knowledge exchange income, comes from our KE initiatives namely The Migration Observatory and The Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity, which generate income from research grants and consultancy work.

Developing research proposals at COMPAS

We are interested in developing research projects or consultancy work, with organisations and individuals where the research supports our research strategy and research topics.

If you would like to discuss a research project, consultancy work or a funding opportunity please contact the Research Development Officer, Jess Williams: jessica.williams@anthro.ox.ac.uk / research@anthro.ox.ac.uk or the relevant member of research staff for your topic.

COMPAS does not have its own grants or stipends to award.

If your project idea does not fit within our research strategy and research topics it is unlikely we will be able to support you.

COMPAS – Funders

The Migration Observatory – Funders

The Migration Observatory receives funding primarily from charitable foundations and research grants. This includes a major, ten-year core grant from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, as well as core support from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. During FY2019-20, the Migration Observatory’s work has been supported by grants from:

The Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity – Funders

The Global Exchange on Migration and Diversity receives funding primarily from charitable foundations and research grants. This includes a major, ten-year core grant from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. The Global Exchange’s work has been supported by grants from: