The Fernandes Fellowships will allow those in research, tenure-track or early academic positions at European institutions to undertake one or more visits to Warwick (up to a total of three months) to undertake a specific program of research and scholarship with their host and other collaborators, and engage with the wider Warwick research community.
Fellows will receive a stipend of £2,000 per month, travel costs of up to £1,000 and research, support and training costs of up to £3,000.
WHAT STUDY AREAS ARE COVERED?
The Fernandes Fellowships are open to researchers working in all subject areas, however applicants working in the following research fields are particulary welcomed:
Human disease, particularly reproductive health, antimicrobial resistance, cancer and ageing.
Data, artificial intelligence and associated ethics.
Economics, management, behavioural science and governance.
Energy, sustainability, and circular economy.
Analytical technologies for healthcare, life science and the environment.
DURATION OF FELLOWSHIP
The programme will run until December 2021 and in total 25 Fellowships are available over the three years.
IS FELLOWSHIP ANNUAL?
Fernandes Fellowships are awarded each year to international students. You are strongly advised to visit this website regularly to see more fellowship opportunities.
Important Information: Applicants should note that some universities funding scholarship require that they must apply for admission to the University or be existing students of the university before they can be considered for a Scholarship. Most Universities funding scholarships are unable to consider any scholarship applications from students who have not been offered a place at the university while some other universities automatically award scholarships to international students whom have an admission offer of a place in the university. However, international organizations funding scholarships don’t require applicants to hold an offer of admission.
WHERE CAN FELLOWSHIP BE TAKEN?
Warwick Institute of Advanced Studies, United Kingdom (UK).
WHO CAN APPLY?
The scheme is open to researchers who have less than 10 years postdoctoral experience and who are currently employed at a university or other research institute in any European country except the UK.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are welcome at any time and must be submitted by the nominating Warwick Academic through the online submission system.
Application is currently open.