The application for the IASH-SSPS Research Fellowships for the academic year 2022/2023 is now open by Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities for all International Students in UK.
The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities hereby invites all outstanding students to apply for the 2022/2023 Scholarship. The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities has set-up a tertiary Scholarship to bolster capacity, expertise and work opportunities related to different sectors. It is intended for tertiary students at the Research. Expected outcomes from Research Fellowships will be joint publications, and/or joint applications for research funding, and/or a collaborative research seminar series or workshop event involving their SSPS academic partner. Funds are available for travel and accommodation costs at between £1,300 and £3,900. Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities has allocated Scholarship specifically for the following fields below.
The Federation University and its community believe in the potential of youth. We believe that access to education should not be dependent on wealth. Education creates opportunities for youth to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to participate in the economy, achieve upward mobility, and change the world for the better for all in it.
For the IASH-SSPS Research Fellowships, we are looking for students who will be meeting the admission requirements and other eligibility requirements of the hosting universities stated below.
IASH-SSPS RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS APPLICATION ELIGIBILITY
Eligible courses are:
- Fellowships are awarded in the subject offered by the School of Social and Political Science(SSPS).
You’re eligible if you are:
- Applications are accepted from around the world.
- Candidates for Fellowships will hold a doctorate or equivalent professional qualification. Consideration will be given to the academic record and the publications of all applicants and their capacity to disseminate their views among a community of like-minded people.
- Candidates will be expected to have been in communication with the member of SSPS staff with whom they intend to collaborate before applying and to name the SSPS collaborator/mentor in their application. The collaborator should also provide one of the necessary supporting statements for the Fellowship.
- Fellows are expected to be residents in Edinburgh throughout the tenure of their Fellowship and to play a full part in the activities of IASH and SSPS. The Institute may be able to help with finding suitable accommodation in Edinburgh.
- No regular teaching is required, but Fellows are expected to become involved in the School and contribute through the provision of a workshop, seminar, or online learning resources such as a series of blog posts. Fellows will give at least one seminar at IASH and one seminar/workshop in SSPS on their current research work.
- Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
HOW TO APPLY FOR IASH-SSPS RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
Applications must be submitted online at:
Kindly attach the following documents:
Please note you will need to ensure all the below documents are accessible on the device (cellphone, laptop, tablet, etc.) you will be using to apply. The documents include:
- Applicants must submit:
- A minimum of two and a maximum of three supporting statements and one of the supporting statements must be from the member of SSPS staff with whom the applicant wishes to collaborate.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS
- Completed applications need to be submitted on or before 24 February 2023. Late applications will not be considered.