The direct costs of performing the research are usually well understood, but there are many other significant costs involved in research that are not immediately obvious, nor can they always be attributed to a specific research project. Nonetheless they are real costs and are incurred by the University for all research activities. These additional, non project specific costs are known as, indirect costs.
Standard Research Agreement - The University of Guelph's Standard Research Agreement (formerly, Grant Agreement or Grant-in-Aid Agreement) may be used for research projects that follow the elements of a Research Grant.
Collaborative Research Agreement - The University of Guelph's Collaborative Research Agreement is used for sponsored research governed by terms that go beyond a Research Grant.
Please see the research agreement templates and determine which template is the right fit for your research needs.
The CCV is a web-based application that provides researchers with a single, common approach to gathering CV information required by a network of federal, provincial and not-for-profit research funding organizations.
All of the Tri-Councils (CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC) have migrated (or are in the process of migrating) their legacy CV systems to the new Canadian Common CV (CCV).