This session may be of interest to those who attended the Introduction to research administration at Oxford seminar and who are looking for more detail on this subject. It also aimed at more experienced staff looking to expand or refresh their knowledge. Please note that this session is designed for staff who have a hands-on role in financial management of research awards, with a certain level of knowledge and experience assumed in order to benefit from and contribute to the session.
Participants may also be interested in attending the sessions on supporting research grant applications, research contracts, and personnel administration on research awards.
An interactive session with plenty of opportunities for questions and group discussion. Speakers will include representatives from Research Accounts as well as a Departmental Administrator
This course is part of a series overseen by Research Services.
Participants will learn about:
- managing financial risk on research projects: key principles to follow, and common pitfalls
- accounting for research: the relationship between Grants and the GL, how overheads are calculated, how income is recognised and the implications of collaborative research
- Financial Reporting: what financial information can the system provide, and what should you be looking for
- Charity and Business QR funding: how QR is calculated, and how it flows to the department