Are you a non-UK scientist at an early stage of your research career and wish to conduct research in the UK?
Then apply for the Newton International Fellowships 2021 for a chance to study and conduct your research in the UK with a funding of £24,000 per annum.
Application Deadline: June 16th 2021
The Newton International Fellowships provide funding for two years, covering:
To be eligible to apply you must:
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The Newton International Fellowship is a flexible award. It can be held on either a full-time or on a part-time basis (minimum 0.6FTE) for caring responsibilities. There is also provision for maternity, paternity, shared parental leave, adoptive or extended sick leave as well as financial support for childcare costs that arise from attending conferences.
Successful applicants may also be eligible to receive annual funding following completion of their fellowship to support networking activities with UK-based researchers.
Eligible candidates will be selected from the shortlisted Newton International Fellowship applications.
Your application will go through the process detailed on the Making a grant application page overseen by the Newton International Fellowships Physical Sciences and Biological Sciences Panels.
The Royal Society recognises that diversity is essential for delivering excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Society wants to encourage applications from the widest range of backgrounds, perspectives and experiences to maximise innovation and creativity in science for the benefit of humanity. We regularly review and revise processes to help ensure that all talented applicants have an equitable chance to succeed as per the assessment criteria. This includes ensuring all panel members are briefed on unconscious bias in decision making as part of our assessment process.
The scholarship scheme would run in the UK.
This scheme is jointly run by the British Academy and the Royal Society.
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