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Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Fellowships and Scholarships

October 15, 2015
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The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 gives outstanding scholars and researchers 25 different scholarships and fellowships every year. Here are a sampling of those most relevant to SFU grad students and postdocs, but definitely review the website - maybe you'll be inspired for what to do next!

Research Fellowships: If you have 3 years or less postdoctoral research experience and are looking to conduct your own amazing research, then these Fellowships in Science and Engineering might be for you! There are up to 9 awards of up to 3 years duration, and with a stipend of up to 33,500GBP a year plus up to 6,000GBP per year for research and travel to conferences. Closes February 18, 2016.

Built Environment Fellowship: If you're a design student looking at built environments, you may want to have a closer look at this position. The Commission is looking for a researcher to look at best practices and new ways of introducing cycling into busy and crowded city spaces, using London as the model. This is a two year fellowship, with a stipend of 50,000GBP per year.

All terms and conditions and application forms (as well as info on those other awards!) can be found on the Royal Commission website.

 

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