The Fully Funded INQUA Fellowship in the Netherlands supports early-career scientists (ECRs), as well as scientists from low- and middle-income countries/developing countries (DCRs), to gain international Quaternary research experience at a foreign institution for the duration of 3–6 months. Apply below.
Fully Funded INQUA Fellowship In Netherlands 2024
15 September 2023
Fellowship, Research Program
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The eligibility criteria for the Fully Funded INQUA Fellowship in the Netherlands are stated below:
1. Early-career scientists (ECRs) – graduate students and postgraduates within 8 years of receiving their final degree. This period of 8 years does not take into account periods of time taken not working as an academic or because of taking time off because of family responsibilities. Scientists who have been working for less than 8 years and who have permanent (tenured) positions, may still be considered early-career researchers.
2. Developing-Country Researchers (DCRs) – researchers who are working in low-income or lower-middle-income economies (see here for a list of these economies). In applying this guideline, INQUA will take into account that inclusion or exclusion from the World Bank list may not be an adequate reflection of the levels of science funding or funding to individual scientists.
3. Individuals willing to conduct research at host research institutions in foreign countries.
Research topics should be related to INQUA’s scope (https://inqua.org/about)
Applicants can benefit from the INQUA Fellowship Program only once.
The Fully Funded INQUA Fellowship in the Netherlands will cover over (part of) the costs associated with travel (economy class) and expenses (subsistence, accommodation, etc.) of the fellow while living abroad up to a maximum of € 15000.
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