International Visiting Fellowships 2018, University of Essex, UK

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Essex International Visiting Fellowships

Essex International Visiting Fellowships are prestigious, competitive awards for high performing, established academics and researchers. This flagship University programme, provides support for outstanding researchers to undertake a period of research at the University of Essex, that is of major importance in its field and of significant benefit to Essex's research.

The programme provides a platform to:

  • work with Essex academics on a research project or publication
  • champion Essex as a centre of scholarly excellence at an international level
  • raise the profile of the multi-disciplinary research community at Essex
  • enrich the research and training environment for early career postgraduate and postdoctoral scholars at Essex

Programme components

The Essex International Visiting Fellowship programme has two components:

  • Short-stay International Visiting Fellow – to enable scholars to spend a maximum of two weeks at Essex
  • Extended-stay International Visiting Fellow – to enable scholars to spend up to ten months at Essex

Applications are open for Short-stay International Visiting Fellows for visits starting September 2017. Applications for Extended-stay International Visiting Fellows close 31 March 2018 for visits starting in September 2018

Eligibility

Essex International Visiting Fellowships are open to researchers based outside the United Kingdom, who have a sustained track record of significant output, as demonstrated in peer-reviewed literature, and a strong commitment to quality research outputs. PhD students and post-doctoral students are not eligible for the scheme.

International Visiting Fellows applications must be supported by a senior Essex academic and during their visit it is expected that the Fellow(s) will contribute to the wider activity of the University, engaging with a wide cross-section of the research community.

We cannot accept applications to either our Southend or Loughton Campuses. Should you wish to visit one of these campuses, please see our staff mobility information for other funding opportunities.

Please keep in mind that the International Visiting Fellowship is awarded on a competitive basis.

Benefits

An Essex International Visiting Fellowship includes:

  • economy travel for the Visiting Fellow (return journey)
  • self-catering accommodation, including the cost of utilities
  • a contribution to subsistence (£100 per week)

Award holders are given the title International Visiting Fellow for the period of their stay.

How to apply

During your stay, it is anticipated that you will contribute to a number of activities. When you apply, you should therefore identify events and activities you that will contribute to during your stay. The programme of events should aim to incorporate some of the following:

  • presentation of your core research to a targeted audience
  • research and/or training event targeted at PhD students and early career scholars
  • exploration of further collaborative opportunities with groups/individuals
  • a public event
  • interdisciplinary activity aimed at an audience beyond your immediate field of specialism, eg lecture, performance, exhibition, seminar, workshop

Deadline

Applications are invited throughout the year and should be submitted by close of business on the day of the deadline:

Short-stay International Visiting Fellows

  • for visits from September to December, submit by 31 July

  • for visits from January to April, submit by 30 November

  • for visits from May to August, submit by 31 March

Extended-stay International Visiting Fellows

  • 31 March 2018 for visits from September 2018 to July 2019

For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.



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May 29, 2017
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