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King’s College Junior Research Fellowships, Cambridge

first_img IDRC/SIDA Artificial Intelligence for Development (AI4D) Scholarships 2021 Deadline: 15 September 2013.Open to: Graduates of any university. Candidates should have completed their PhD and must not have undertaken more than 2 years of post-doctoral work by 1st October 2014.Fellowship: £19,510 – £25,110, plus travel and removal expenses may be covered up to an agreed level. Additional payment is made for teachingDescriptionKing’s College was founded in 1441 by Henry VI (1421-71) and is one of the 31 colleges in the University of Cambridge. King’s has an outstanding academic record and being part of the College is an exhilarating educational experience as you become part of a diverse and supportive community which combines academic commitment with a lively social and artistic scene.The Governing Body of King’s College now invites applications for Junior Research Fellowships in the following three fields:Chemistry, including Chemical EngineeringHistory, Politics and Culture of the modern Middle EastPolitics and International RelationsThe Junior Research Fellows are members of the Governing Body, with full privileges of Fellows. In addition to pursuing research, a Junior Research Fellow is required to live in Cambridge or close by and to participate in College life and activity.FellowshipThe stipend attached to a Junior Research Fellowship is £19,510 – £25,110. Additional payment is made for teaching.  All meals are included, limited financial support for expenses associated with research and the possibility of an office and accommodation in College properties. Travel and removal expenses may be covered up to an agreed level.EligibilityGraduates from any country. Candidates will usually have completed their PhD and must not have undertaken more than 2 years of postdoctoral work by 1st October 2014 (i.e. your PhD cannot have been granted before 30th September 2012).ApplicationCandidates must create a profile in the Fellowship Application System (FAS) and complete all the sections. There are different FAS for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; History, Politics and Culture of the modern Middle East and Politics and International Relations. Applicants will need to upload (PDF only):A curriculum vitae (of no more than four A4 sides) including details of higher education, degrees awarded, positions held and a list of publications.A document (of no more than three A4 sides in length) containing a statement of current research and proposed research to be undertaken during the Fellowship.Three letters of recommendation. Each referee will be asked to provide the names of two further readers, not in the candidate’s institution, to whom work might be sent if the candidate is long-listed. It is the duty of the candidate to ensure that the referees submit the references and the names of readers before the closing date. Your referees will need to provide their references through the FAS website. They will be sent an email containing a link to do this. Referees unable to submit references electronically via the FAS website may write directly to the Provost’s Personal Assistant, King’s College, Cambridge or email: [email protected] The application will not be considered in the competition until it has been submitted and all references and the names of additional readers have been received.After the closing date, the College will contact selected applicants by email to ask for samples of written work, up to 20,000 words (either published papers or chapters of a doctoral thesis).All application materials must be in the English language.If you have any further questions regarding any aspect of the competition, please email Pat Wilson, JRF administrator, at [email protected] or visit this website. King’s College Junior Research Fellowships, Cambridge August 14, 2013 Published by daniel +1 Reddit Pocket Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. LinkedIn 0center_img Tweet Share 0 Become a Member of CitizensLab! Advanced Academia Fellowship Programme for International Scholars Similar Stories ← Submit English Articles for Online NGO Magazine The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies Seeks an Economist →last_img read more