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Newnham College -- Research Fellowship
Newnham College is proud to offer a number of Research Fellowships for outstanding female researchers early in their careers.
Our Fellowships offer an opportunity to carry out independent research in a stimulating and supportive academic community, to meet established researchers across a range of disciplines, and to take part in the life of Newnham College.
Applications are now open for the Sciences Research Fellowship and for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Fellowship.
The Sciences Research Fellowship, the Newby Trust Research Fellowship and the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Fellowship are each tenable for three years, and may be held on either a stipendiary or non-stipendiary basis.
- Sciences Research Fellowship: Sep. 22, 2023
- Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Fellowship: Sep. 29, 2023
Areas of Interest
The Sciences Research Fellowship is offered in any field of Science, Mathematics, Engineering, or Psychology.
The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Research Fellowship subjects are offered on a three-year rotation, with the subjects as listed below. Newnham research students in the whole field of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences may apply in any year, regardless of the rotational listing:
2018/19: Business & Management, Economics, English (including Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, Education, Land Economy, Law, Music.
Applications are currently being accepted for this Fellowship. Click here for further information and details of how to apply. The closing date for applications is midnight GMT on Friday 26 October 2018. Successful candidates will enter into their Fellowships on 1 October 2019.
2019/20: History, Architecture, History of Art, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Divinity
Applications will open in late summer 2019.
Successful candidates will enter into their Fellowships on 1 October 2020.
2020/21: Archaeology & Anthropology, Classics, Geography, History and Philosophy of Science, Human Social and Political Sciences (HSPS), Modern and Medieval Lnguages (including Theoretical and Applied Linguistics), Politics and International Studies, Social Sciences, Philosophy.
Successful candidates will enter into their Fellowships on 1 October 2021.
- Our Research Fellowships are intended for outstanding female researchers early in their careers. The Fellowships offer an opportunity to carry out independent research in a stimulating and supportive academic environment.
- Applications will be accepted from any female graduate of a university within or outside the United Kingdom. Where a candidate is appointed who requires a visa in order to work inthe UK, the appointment will be conditional upon the candidate successfully obtaining the necessary visa
- All candidates should note that these Research Fellowships are extremely competitive.
- Successful candidates are expected to be either graduate students whose doctoral degrees are complete or very near completion, or post-doctoral researchers who have recently completed their PhD degrees.
- Both selection panels use the concept of “research age” in judging how long a candidate has been active in research, so that time out of research for professional or family reasons will not be at a disadvantage.
Stipends, for those without financial support from other sources, are:
i) For post-PhD Research Fellows: Point 41 on the University Scale, (currently £36,024 for 2023-24)
ii) For pre-PhD Research Fellows: Point 37 of the University Scale, (currently £32,332 for 2023-24)
The stipends are on a three point scale and rise each year to the next point on that scale.