The call for Imperial College Research Fellowships for 2019 is now open . The prestigious Imperial College Research Fellowships helps to develop the brightest and best early career researchers from across the globe, providing a level of commitment and support that is rare from a UK university. Boost your application by been the first to apply for the £45,000 Imperial College Research Fellowships For International Students. The fellowship is open for citizens around the world. It is a world-class reputation in science, engineering, business and medicine. See below for more details.
Imperial College Research Fellowships are intended for postdoctoral researchers of demonstrated ability, who are at the early stages of their research career and who have the potential to establish research independence.
Field Of study:
Students are awarded the fellowship to study any courses offered by the university
As an Imperial College Research Fellow (ICRF) you will receive a four-year fellowship which includes:
- A competitive salary
- Research and travel expenses valued at £45,000
- Personal mentoring support from a senior Imperial academic
- Focused careers support, training courses, and development opportunities from the College’s Postdoc and Fellows Development Centre
- The chance to take full responsibility for setting and directing your own research agenda.
Host Country Of Scholarship:
Country Eligible For The Scholarship:
It is open to all citizens around the world.
Eligibility For The £45,000 Imperial College Research Fellowships For International Students:
To be qualified, applicants must demonstrate the following:
- Applicant will be required to provide evidence of eligibility to work in the UK before commencing any fellowship offered
- Applicants should have a PhD and will normally have no more than four years postdoctoral research experience in an academic environment (calculated from the PhD viva to the application deadline). Exceptions to this can include discipline hopping, where there must still be less than four years post-doctoral research experience in the discipline of the proposed fellowship; career breaks and career changes, where time spent out of the academic research environment will not be counted in the four years
- In exceptional cases, applicants applying to the Faculty of Engineering and Imperial College Business School are permitted to apply before the submission of the PhD but any offer of funding will be dependent on the PhD being awarded before the start of the fellowship
- For applicants applying to the Faculties of Natural Sciences and Medicine, must have submitted a PhD before an application is made and the PhD must be awarded before the start of the fellowship
- Must have a good command of English.
How To Apply For The Scholarship:
Applicants must contact their proposed sponsor and proposed sponsor department as soon as possible, to discuss their intentions to apply.
Applicants should adhere strictly to the following instructions in other to complete the application process:
- The online appliation form must be complete and submit via the College’s careers website. The deadline for submission is 23:59 (GMT) Tuesday 28 August 2018
- There are six sections in the application form
- Applicants must complete Sections 1-2, and 5-6, which covers personal details, funding request, research proposal and CV
- The agreed Imperial sponsor must complete Section 3. If there is more than one sponsor from Imperial, each sponsor is required to complete Section 3
- Any sponsor from the Francis Crick Institute is required to complete Section 4
- Any sponsor from AstraZeneca is required to complete a sponsor form. The candidate must then upload this with the application form as an ‘other attachment’. Please contact Dr Vjera Magdalenic-Moussavifor further information.5
Application Closing Date:
August 28, 2018
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