This list is not exhaustive and there are other opportunities that will be circulated when they arise. All details of schemes will be available from this page as they are announced. If you are interested in a particular scheme, and it is not listed below, please contact Emma Reilly.
Fully funded fellowships
If you are interested in applying to any of the following schemes, please contact your Research Support Officer (if you are currently in The University of Manchester) or firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of two weeks before the deadline.
|EPSRC Fellowships||Open call|
The EPSRC Fellowship aims to provide greater support to the aspiring and current world-leading individuals who are delivering the highest quality research to meet UK and global priorities. Through links to our strategic priorities and focussing on areas where growth is required, Fellowships develop the next generation of researchers with the greatest potential across the postdoctoral, early and established career stages.
|BBSRC David Philips Fellowships||Spring 2017 (TBC)|
David Phillips Fellowships (DPF) provide support for researchers wishing to establish their first independent research group. Awards are for five years and include personal salary and a significant research support grant to enable fellows to establish their own independent research group.
|Future Leader Fellowships||Spring 2017 (TBC)|
|The Future Leader Fellowship (FLF) will provide support for researchers wishing to undertake independent research and gain leadership skills. Awards are for three years and it is expected that around 12 fellowships will be awarded, each at a value of up to £300k.|
Partly funded fellowships
Prospective applicants to the following schemes will need to contact email@example.com a minimum of 4 weeks before the deadline to express interest. Applicants will be required to provide a CV and 1 page application summary for consideration by the Head of School and Director of Research before an application can be submitted.
|Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 Research Fellowships||16 February 2017|
|Research Fellowships in Science and Engineering are intended to give scientists or engineers of exceptional promise the opportunity for early independence with the objective of contributing to the knowledge base required for a healthy and innovative national culture. Applicants must have less than 3 years post doc experience. 8 awards are available per year. Candidates proposing projects in applied science and engineering are particularly encouraged to apply|
|The Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships||2 March 2017|
|The Fellowships are intended to assist those at a relatively early stage of their academic careers, and it is hoped that the appointment would lead to a more permanent position for the individual, either within the same or another institution. The objective is for Fellows to undertake a significant piece of publishable research during the tenure of the award, and the project put forward should therefore not be a reworking or mere extension of the candidate’s doctoral research project.|
|The Royal Society JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship||7 March 2017|
The Scheme - funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science provides the oppurtunity for highly qualified young researchers to conduct cooperative research with leading research groups in universities and other Japanese Institutions.
The scheme provides subsistence funding as well as a settling-in allowance, a return air ticket and insurance cover. The Japanese host institution may also apply for a research grant of up to ¥1.5 million per year.
JSPS will provide funding for visits of 12-24 months.
|Newton International Fellowships||22 March 2017|
The Newton International Fellowship scheme offers funding support for two years at UK research institutions. The grant provides £24K p.a. to cover subsistence, £8K p.a. to cover research expenses and up to £2K relocation expenses. The long-term aim of the scheme is to build a global pool of research leaders and encourage long-term international collaboration with the UK.