Offers are Currently ongoing for the Fully Funded Newcastle University Fellowship 2018. The Fellowship is also called the Sir James Knott Fellowship 2018. The Fellowship is intended for International applicants pursuing a masters degree at the university
What you need to know about the Fellowship:
The Institute for Sustainability was set up to facilitate excellent research across traditional discipline boundaries, and to deliver practical engaged solutions to real-world issues relating to sustainability. The Institute acts to build and develop relationships which support interdisciplinary research at regional, national and international levels.
Building upon its success in connecting Newcastle University’s research with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Institute for Sustainability is increasing its focus on enabling researchers from across all three faculties of Newcastle University to generate impactful interdisciplinary research, and to engage closely with stakeholders at the UN High Level Political Forum and other relevant UN bodies, and others to influence policy and practice to deliver the Goals.
- 100% scholarship
- Band 2 tuition fees* at the overseas/international rate and an annual stipend at Research Council UK rate (£14,764 2018/19) tenable for 3 years with an additional £4,000 for travel and consumables over the duration of the award.
- For more details please check their official website.
Fully Funded Newcastle University Fellowship 2018 Requirements:
- Students are encouraged to apply for a maximum of TWO projects.
- The successful candidate will have a degree (at least 2:1 or equivalent) in a relevant subject.
- Preference will be given to a non-Newcastle University graduate.
- The studentship is ONLY open to international candidates who are eligible for both stipend and tuition fees.
Best Way to Apply for the Scholarship:
Apply online through the given link.
For further information please visit their official website.
Application Deadline: January 29, 2018