Two post-doctoral fellowship schemes (Durham)
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(1) Durham International Junior Research Fellowship Scheme
Candidates must be in possession of a PhD and must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the UK for more than 12 months in the 3 years leading up to 1st July 2017.
If you are interested and eligible, you should as soon as possible contact a member of staff working in a relevant field with whom you can develop your proposal and who can be nominated as your mentor in the application. The final application must have been submitted, online, by the end of Friday, 2nd December.
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(2) The Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship Scheme
The eligibility criteria include, inter alia: having submitted a PhD between 2nd March 2013 and 2nd March 2017; and the possession of degree from a UK higher education institution at the time of taking up the Fellowship OR of a (non-permanent) academic position in the UK at the time of the application deadline.
Again, if you are interested and eligible, you should contact a member of staff working in a relevant field, with whom you can develop your proposal – as soon as possible, and in any case no later than the first week of December. A competitive internal process to identify which applications receive institutional support from Durham will run in February 2017.
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Further information about the Department : www.dur.ac.uk/classics/research/
Current staff (including JRFs): www.dur.ac.uk/classics/staff/
If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Research, Prof. George Boys-Stones (email@example.com).