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The College of Social Science at the University of Glasgow invites interested applicants for the 2018 round of the Marie Curie Individual Fellowship scheme.
The College of Social Science at the University of Glasgow invites outstanding researchers to register their interest in applying for a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship in the 2018 round. The College will consider supporting applications in any area of social sciences, business or law, but particularly invites expressions of interest from researchers working in one or more of the following key areas of research interest:
The University of Glasgow’s Inspiring People have been changing the world since 1451. Glasgow’s researchers have always been at the forefront of innovation and today, we continue to change the world for the better. The University has four Colleges, each bringing together the research and teaching expertise of a number of schools and research institutes.
The College of Social Sciences incorporates: the Adam Smith Business School; the School of Law; the School of Education; the School of Social & Political Sciences; the School of Interdisciplinary Studies; and the Institute of Health & Well-Being. The College has a vibrant, collegial research community and encourages the development of interdisciplinary work with colleagues across the university through research networks, collaborative events and programming, and an active research student community. Our expertise covers all of the core social science, business and law disciplines and frequently cuts across traditional disciplinary boundaries.
Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowships
Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowships (IF) are excellent opportunities for all researchers, with at least a PhD, who are looking for career a boost by working at the University of Glasgow. Fellowships are subject to specific eligibility criteria, which are available here. Please ensure that you meet all of the criteria before seeking support from the School.
The closing date for candidates wishing to be considered for School support in the September 2018 round is August 1st. Candidates will be informed whether their applications will be supported by the School no later than August 15th. For those candidates successful in obtaining support from the School, we will provide further assistance in refining their applications to the European Commission. The deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest to the EC is September 12th.
To receive an application form, or to have an informal discussion prior to the deadline please contact our Research Support Office via email@example.comLäs mer
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