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2016 ERC Starting Grants call launched

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The European Research Council has launched the 2016 call for Starting Grants, with a budget of €485 million and deadline of 17 November 2015. This scheme offers very attractive and prestigious funding and is open to excellent researchers from any discipline with 2 to 7 years of post-PhD experience and a promising track record. The rules have also…

Royal Academy of Engineering: Research Fellowships

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If you’re an outstanding early career researcher about to finish or recently finished your PhD in engineering, this scheme from the Royal Academy of Engineering could kickstart your academic career. The RAEng Research Fellowships (information will be updated on scheme launch) provide five years’ full-time equivalent salary for the applicant, plus travel and subsistence and other research…

Newton Advanced Fellowships and Mobility Grants

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Newton Advanced Fellowships and Mobility Grants calls from British Academy and Royal Society are now live with a 16th September 2015 deadline. The Advanced Fellowships enable early-mid career international researchers to develop their research strengths and capabilities through training, collaboration and visits with a partner in the UK. Countries covered are Malaysia, Mexico and Thailand…

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships: new call information

A revised version of the Guide for Applicants for the 2015 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Actions call has been published by the European Commission. This gives greater clairty around the mobility requirements for fellows, particularly in relation to Global Fellowships. It also lists the areas to be covered in the CV of the proposed fellow. Please…

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The EC has published some Frequently Asked Questions for the 2015 Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions Individual Fellowships call. This call is currently open with a closing date of 10 September.

If you are interested in applying to this call as either a host or a visiting fellow, we are holding an information session for Northumbria applicants on Monday 18 May at 10am. More information on this session will be published here soon.

 

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