Return-To-Europe Fellowships are awarded to support outstanding scientists who, having left the European area for post-doctoral training elsewhere, wish to return to Europe for a post-doctoral position with a view to pursuing an independent research career.

There are two types of fellowships:

FEBS Long-Term Fellowships are awarded to support long-term visits for the purpose of scientific collaboration or advanced training. These Fellowships are originally granted for one year and may be renewed for a further year up to a maximum of three years.

FEBS Short-Term Fellowships are awarded for the purpose of scientific collaboration, advanced training or employing techniques not available at the candidates’ usual place of work.

Applications and eligibility

For FEBS Long-Term Fellowships

Applicants must have a PhD and should normally be scientists with no more than three years of post-doctoral experience.

These Fellowships are granted for two years.

  1. Applicants need to have obtained their PhD in Europe and held a post-doctoral position overseas for no more than four years.
  2. They should normally be scientists with no more than six years of post-doctoral experience overall.
  3. Applications may be made throughout the year, but should reach the Chairperson of the FEBS Fellowships Committee at least two months before the proposed starting date.

FEBS Short-Term Fellowships

  1. Fellowships are granted for periods of no longer than two or, in exceptional cases, three months.
  2. Applicants must have a PhD or at least one published paper as a main author in an international scientific journal. They should normally be scientists with no more than six years post-doctoral experience.

Key dates: Return-To-Europe Fellowships are currently awarded once a year. Applications should be made before October 1st of the corresponding year via the online application system (See the link below)

——Quick Overview———
Organization Federation of European Biochemical Societies
Level Postdoc
Country Any European country
Subject areas Any Disciplie
Salary  Varied
Eligibility  Any National with PhD from Europe
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