Hold your Fellowship at York, and you will discover that we are committed to conducting and developing inspirational and life-changing research. This is achieved by bringing together the best researchers to tackle some of our most pressing global challenges. As an independent Fellow you will help to forge new ideas, create solutions and push the frontiers of our knowledge.
What do we offer?
- A dynamic research environment: our Research Themes are headed by Research Champions who support interdisciplinarity and cross-institutional and sector collaboration.
- Excellent support and training: professional support teams work to maximise the impact and success of your research and provide bespoke training and careers support.
- A great quality of life for you and your family: the historic city of York is a great place to live and has high speed direct rail links (two hours to London). The University campus offers exceptional facilities.
Read more about fellowships in departments:
Academic and post-doctoral staff already at the University are also eligible for our Enterprise Fellowships (this page is only accessible to staff at the University).
Future Leaders Fellowships
Under the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship (FLF) scheme 550 fellowships will be offered nationally/internationally over three years, with each Fellowship lasting up to seven years. 50 Fellowships will be awarded nationally in the current round (July 2018) to the most outstanding candidates in their field.
Applications are encouraged across all disciplines, and if you are interested in holding your FLF at the University of York, please contact David Diston (email@example.com) for information relating to the benefits of holding your Fellowship at York and to discuss the selection process.
The deadline for applications is 4pm on Tuesday 3 July.
Daphne Jackson Fellowships
Applications are invited for two part-time Daphne Jackson Fellowships (0.5 FTE) that will be hosted and co-funded by the University of York. The fellowships are for a period of two years and intended for individuals returning to research after a break of two years or more in any field of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) that is aligned to the University’s Research Strategy.
Please contact David Diston (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss how to apply.
The deadline for applications is Monday 23 July.