The Leverhulme Trust Visiting Fellowships

Страна: Великобритания;

Дедлайн: 24.11.2008



Description The Trustees are offering Visiting Fellowships to a number of UK universities to enable them to invite one or two visitors to the UK for the purpose of research and collaboration. Universities not on the rota of institutions selected by the Trustees may not apply directly to the Trust under this scheme. Aim To enable one or two post-doctoral academic researchers (normally with no more than eight years post-doctoral experience) to visit the UK university for the purpose of research and collaboration. Visiting Fellows are encouraged to give lectures and seminars and to participate in the intellectual life of the institution. Eligible Applicants 2008/2009 academic year: Aberystwyth University / Prifysgol Aberystwyth University of Brighton Brunel University University of Dundee Keele University Liverpool Hope University London South Bank University Napier University Newport, University of Wales / Casnewydd, Prifysgol Cymru University of Northampton University of Ulster University of Worcester Eligible Fields Visiting Fellows may be in any field. Eligible Duration And Timing Between 9 and 12 consecutive months for each Visiting Fellow. Eligible Costs Subsistence expenses of up to ?1,800 per month; spouse allowance of up to ?3,900 for an accompanying spouse/partner; return fare for the Fellow and spouse/partner; London allowance of up to ?2,600 for the Fellow; up to ?750 for travel within the UK for the Fellow for research trips, conferences, etc. Value Dependent on particular circumstances of application. Ineligible Elements bench fees; overheads and other indirect costs Application Procedure Only universities on the rota selected by the Trustees may nominate Fellows. Individuals from overseas wishing to undertake a Visiting Fellowship should approach the relevant university to determine internal selection procedures. Individuals should NOT contact the Leverhulme Trust directly. Contact If your query is not answered above, or if participating universities require further details, please contact Jean Cater (020 7822 6952) or Michael Cranny (020 7822 6964).