Welcome to White Rose

Welcome to The White Rose University Consortium – A strategic partnership between 3 of the UK’s leading research universities, Leeds, Sheffield and York.

Since 1997 the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York have built on their individual strengths by collaborating through the White Rose University Consortium to add value from partnership activity in research, enterprise, innovation and learning and teaching.   Working with a range of partners from the private and public sector, both in the UK and overseas, projects to the value of over £170M have been secured into the Universities.   As the Higher Education sector undergoes numerous changes and challenges, our commitment to creating exciting collaborations remains and we continuously strive to achieve our aims of supporting research, knowledge exchange and teaching and learning.

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News & Events

  • TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED

    London, 21 June 2018: White Rose Libraries (the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York) picked up the Outstanding Library Team trophy last night at this year’s THE Leadership and Management Awards. The 2018 THELMAs – celebrating their 10th anniversary – recognise outstanding work across management, the professional services and administration of the UK’s world-leading higher education […]

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  • 13 Jun

    Marginalisation and the Law Public Lecture Series

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  • 18 Jun

    The role of the factual mass media in post-conflict reconstruction

    The Centre for Freedom of the Media (CFOM), at the University of Sheffield, is hosting a one-day conference at the University of Sheffield (UK) on 11 June 2018 on ‘The role of the factual mass media in post-conflict reconstruction’. This academic conference is concerned with the role the media can play in helping to (re-)build […]

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  • York Festival of Ideas

    Join us for York Festival of Ideas 2018. Running from 5 to 17 June, the Festival includes more than 200 mostly FREE events to educate, entertain and inspire. A selection of events is listed below and the full programme can be viewed at yorkfestivalofideas.com.   Focus Day: The Future of UK Higher Education Friday 8 June […]

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  • 13 Sep

    2nd Yorkshire Breast Cancer Symposium, Leeds 13th September 2018: Call for Abstracts and Attendees

    Supported by the White Rose University Consortium. The aim of this one-day symposium is to provide a forum to share research and innovation across breast cancer researchers in Yorkshire (and beyond!). We aim to provide a friendly environment for academics, clinicians and charities at every level to hear about and discuss their latest research. The […]

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  • 17 Sep

    Modelathon 2018 – a multi-scale modelling symposium and competition

    This four-day EPSRC funded Modelathon* event brings together the very best of theory and practice in the area of multi-scale modelling. After 3 successful events, and in response to last year’s positive feedback we will once again have an additional day that takes the format of a symposium on day-one. This year our symposium will focus on the role […]

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  • Collaboration Fund Open

    Our Spring 2018 Call for Collaboration Fund is now open. You can find all the information you need, including how to apply and the application forms here    The White Rose Collaboration Fund was launched in October 2008 and is designed to support emerging collaborative activities across the three White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield […]

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Collaboration Fund

Light bulbLaunched in October 2008 and designed to support emerging collaborative activities across the three White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York.  We run two rounds a year, in Spring and Autumn and award up to £11,000 per project with a total of 8 projects being awarded each year.  You can either see more about the fund here or  Claire Pickerden will be happy to help with any queries.

White Rose Studentship Networks

Studentship Networks

We have the aspiration that funded networks will act as platforms for future funding bids.  We therefore advise applicants to consider how the Studentship Network will align with opportunities from funding bodies (for example the Research Councils’ priorities) and to include this information in the proposal.  You can see more information about the scheme here

White Rose Libraries

The White Rose Libraries is a collaboration between the Library Services of the three partner institutions of the Consortium. Taking advantage of the geographic proximity of the universities, their similar strategic and operational focus as large research libraries, and the existing links between their researchers, students, and staff, the White Rose Libraries have worked together […]

White Rose University Press

The Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York have collaborated to launch the UK’s first jointly-run university press, dedicated to publishing digital open access books, journals, and other scholarly outputs across a wide range of academic disciplines. White Rose University Press (WRUP) is committed to open access dissemination of research and teaching materials, ensuring academic quality, […]

White Rose Brussels Office

The purpose of the White Rose Brussels Office is long-term strategic positioning of the three White Rose universities to key stakeholders in Brussels to influence EU research policy. The Office will also engage in horizon scanning and opportunity spotting in strategic areas of the universities as well as information gathering. The White Rose universities will […]