The London Interdisciplinary Social Science DTP is inviting applications for seven ESRC-funded postdoctoral fellowships to be based at any of the partner institutions: King’s College London, Queen Mary University of London, or Imperial College London.
This grant will provide funding for up to one year full-time, or up to two years part-time to cover the fellow’s salary plus up to £10,000 of additional costs (e.g., travel, conference attendance, training, fieldwork, mentoring time, etc.).
Outstanding opportunity for international students in the UK
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The LISS DTP is uniquely placed to deliver high-quality interdisciplinary training that today’s and tomorrow’s global challenges demand. It will provide research training that integrates the student’s individual transferable skills requirements with a rigorous and flexible programme of foundation and advanced social science training
Why at LISS DTP? LISS DTP will help to build national and international research capacity and networks to meet the interdisciplinary priorities identified in the ESRC’s Strategic Plan 2015 for economic performance & sustainable growth, influencing behaviour & informing interventions and vibrant & fair society.
Application Deadline: 23 March 2020
- Applicants from all around the world are eligible to apply.
- All Fellows are required to have a mentor-based at the research organization where free schooling is held. The mentor should have experience and a strong interest in the applicant’s field of research but should not normally have been the applicant’s D. supervisor. Proposals are welcome from both single disciplines and combinations of disciplines but the study activities must be based at least 50% within the social sciences and must fall under one of LISS DTP’s Thematic Pathways: https://liss-dtp.ac.uk/thematic-pathways/.
- To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following criteria:
- The call is open to applicants who have completed their PhD at a research organization that is part of an ESRC-funded DTP or CDT and have no more than 12 months full-time (or pro-rata equivalent) of active postdoctoral experience by the competition closing date (23rd March 202). This is defined as any post involving a research component – it does not include teaching-only contracts. The period is calculated between the date of the viva and 23rd March 2020 (taking into account any career breaks).
- Applicants do not have to have had an ESRC-funded doctoral studentship in order to be eligible to apply. The applicant must either have been awarded a D. or have submitted their thesis and passed their viva voce with minor corrections, with the expectation that the PhD will be awarded by the study start date (1st October 2020).
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To apply, the applicants must submit an online application through the link: https://bit.ly/2FvxVO7
- Supporting Documents: The following eight attachments are mandatory and must be uploaded to the CoreHR site alongside your application form before the They should have a minimum of font size 11 and can be in either Word or PDF format. The case for support (maximum six sides of A4), Justification of resources (maximum two sides of A4), CV (maximum two sides of A4), List of publications (bibliography for proposal), Head of Department statement (maximum one side of A4), Mentor statement and summary CV (maximum two sides of A4), Referee statement (maximum one side of A4), Workplan (maximum two sides of A4). If you are intending to visit an overseas institution within the period of the study, a letter of support from the institution must be provided, supporting the visit in principle.
- Admission Requirements: To participate in this funded studies, the applicants have completed their D. at a research organization that is part of an ESRC-funded DTP or CDT.
- Language Requirement: English
Education Awards will provide funding for up to one year full-time, or up to two years part-time to cover the fellow’s salary plus up to £10,000 of additional costs (e.g., travel, conference attendance, training, fieldwork, mentoring time, etc.). The total cost for each education can include the following:
- Fellow’s salary costs Indirect costs
- Estate Costs
- Up to £10,000 of other costs (to include costs such as mentoring costs, travel and
- Subsistence, conference attendance, training, and fieldwork, for example).