Full details about WIRL-COFUND Fellowships can be found in the Guidance for Applicants
Q: Am I eligible to apply?
A: If you have not lived or carried out your main activity (work/study etc.)in the UK for more than 12 months in the three years before 2nd May 2018 then you are eligible to apply to the 2017 call for WIRL-COFUND Fellowships.
In addition, applicants must be an Experienced Researcher (i.e have a Doctorate or four years equivalent research experience).
Q: How many Fellowships are available?
A: In the 2017 call there are eight positions available, to start in September 2018
Q: What documents do I need to supply?
A: Through the University of Warwick online application system you will need to supply all requested sections, a supporting document (using the Supporting Document Template) and a 2 page CV.
Q: What is the EU definition of an Experienced Researcher
A: An Experienced Researcher is defined as a researcher having at least four years of research experience (full-time equivalent) since gaining a university diploma giving them access to doctoral studies, in the country in which the degree/diploma was obtained or researchers already in possession of a doctoral degree, regardless of the time taken to acquire it.
Q: What subject can my research project investigate?
A: We welcome applications from scholars of any subject that is studies at Warwick. However,projects must show a link to one or more of Warwick's Global Research Priorities, and be supported by the research strengths of Warwick's departments or research centres.
Q: When will my fellowship start?
A: Fellows who apply to this call for applications will start their fellowships in September 2018.
Q: Who will be my mentor?
A: Your mentor will be an established academic at Warwick, who's research interests align with your own. Applicants are strongly advised to make contact with a potential academic mentor at Warwick before submitting the application to ensure they are happy to support your research and your application.