Durham International Fellowships for Research and Enterprise (Funding Opportunity)


cofundApplications are now being accepted for these prestigious Fellowships. Launched in 2011, this scheme COFUNDed between Durham University and the European Union is designed to gather together scholars, researchers, policy makers or practitioners from around the world and across the full spectrum of science, social science, arts and humanities to address themes of global significance in collaboration with Durham’s Research Institutes and researchers.

There are two main Fellowship schemes.

Junior Research Fellowship Scheme

The scheme is designed to attract the most talented researchers in Europe and beyond, and to build international networks of scholars with a common passion for today’s most important research challenges. Junior Research Fellowships are recruited to commence between July and October. Starting salaries are in the range of £31,342 – £35,256 p.a. For details on this scheme visit the Junior Research Fellowship Scheme webpage.

Senior Fellowship Scheme

This scheme is designed to gather together scholars, researchers, policy makers or practitioners from around the world and across the full spectrum of science, social science, arts and humanities to address themes of global significance in collaboration with Durham’s Research Institutes and researchers. Two classes of Fellowship are recruited: Senior Research Fellowships and Policy and Enterprise Fellowships. For details on this scheme visit the Senior Fellowship Scheme webpage.

For more information on these Fellowship opportunities, see the Institute of Advanced Study, which administers the scheme.

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