6 Vanguard Research Fellowships Programme: 6 Vanguard Research Fellowships Programme
Open for: International Candidates
The University of Birmingham is inviting applications for IAS Vanguard Fellowships Programme based on a competitive application process. This fellowship is available for international applicants.
The objective of the programme is to attract exceptional early and mid-career researchers.
Level of Study: Early and Mid-Career researchers
Scholarship Benefits: The Scholarship will arrange, organise, provide and cover:
- The cost of the applicant travelling to Birmingham from their home institution
- cost of accommodation in the city
- provide a desk and computer in the IAS Suite
- provide the appropriate invitation and visa for non-EEA visitors
- organise access to the library and IT services
- provide a fund against which the research expenses for the visit may be claimed
- the funds will be agreed upon between the proposer and the IAS Deputy Director at the time of approval.
- networking through meetings and events across the University
- organise and support public events and workshops agreed with the dissemination plan;
- work with the fellow and host to plan the implementation of the objectives and dissemination plan
Number of Scholarships: 6
Eligibility Criteria: Applications will be assessed against the following criteria:
- Academic excellence and standing against career stage of the proposed Vanguard Fellow
- Early/mid-career researchers who would
- be within 15 years of achieving their PhD,
- hold a research post in academia, industry, charity, arts or other organisations which are equivalent to the academic post of Lecturer or above, or
- hold an individual Principal Investigator Fellowship.
- Applicants whose first language is not English would usually be required to provide proof of proficiency in English.
How to Apply:
- Proposals should be sent to email@example.com.
- The applicant should not provide costings with the proposal. It will be done by IAS.
- A case for support of up to 500 words from the internal sponsor to show that the proposal matches the aims of the programme
- The likely outcomes from the collaboration, together with a dissemination plan with specifics that will be delivered during the visit (e.g. seminar, workshop, public lecture) and subsequently (e.g. publications, new research projects) should be included in the proposal.
- It should demonstrate the value of the visit to the academic community and external stakeholders and organisations;
- If relevant, an outline of research costs associated with the visit must be incorporated
- A Short CV of the applicant;
- Confirmation from the applicant that if IAS were to offer a Fellowship they would accept, together with an indication of the ideal dates of a visit.
Application Deadline: Yet to be announced
|Organization||University of Birmingham|
|Fellowship Amount||Illustrated above|
|Eligibility||Open for International Candidates|
|Deadline||Yet to be announced|