The Newton International Fellowships are an excellent opportunity for early career researchers to undertake research in the UK. The UK government funds these fellowships and supports international researchers from various countries, including India, China, Brazil, and Mexico. The fellowships enable researchers to work on a project of their choice with a host institution in the UK.
The fellowship provides several benefits, such as covering the researcher’s two-year salary, research expenses, and travel costs. This scheme is very competitive and aims at providing opportunities for outstanding researchers who have completed their PhDs within the past seven years. The program also offers networking opportunities with other Newton fellows.
Overall, this fellowship allows international scientists to develop their professional skills while contributing to discoveries in science and technology.
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About the Newton International Fellowships 2023:
The British Academy and the Royal Academy run the Newton Fellowship program.
Research must fall under the purview of the natural sciences, which include but are not limited to biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, and physics. The Royal Society has funding available for the following topics. Following is a list of each:
- Systems, including networking
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine learning
- Programming languages and verification
- Numerical computing
- Human-computer interaction
- New computational paradigms (quantum, biological)
- Security and privacy
Pure and Applied Mathematics:
- Mechanics (Theoretical and Applied)
- Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
- Pure Mathematics
- Statistics and Operational Research
Astronomy and Physics, Theoretical Physics, Applied Physics:
- Computational Physics
- Condensed Matter (incl. soft Matter, liquids, and nano-materials)
- Cosmic Radiation
- Elementary Particle Physics
- Interstellar Medium
- Lasers and Optoelectronics
- Low-Temperature Physics
- Mathematical and Theoretical Physics
- Mathematical Astronomy
- Mathematical Astrophysics
- Mathematical Cosmology
- Mathematical Gravitation
- Nuclear Atomic and Molecular Physics
- Planetary Science
- Plasma Physics
- Quantum Theory
- Solar Physics
- Physics (Applied)
- Physics (Experimental)
Chemistry, Applied Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry:
- Chemistry, General
- Chemistry, organic
- Chemistry, inorganic
- Chemistry, Physical
- Chemistry applied
- Chemistry, theoretical
- Chemistry, biological
- Chemistry, materials
Engineering, Technology Instrumentation, Material Science, Experimental Fluid Dynamics:
- Environmental Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Aeronautical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Opto-electronics (incl. lasers, optical microscopy, optical imaging, fiber optic components, and optical computing devices)
- Space Technology
- Communications (incl. information theory)
- Computer engineering (incl. software)
- Control (incl. robotics)
- Nuclear Technology
- Fluid Dynamics
- Materials Science (incl. materials engineering)
- Electric Power
Who is eligible?
The following requirements, made public by the department, must be met by students who want to be considered for the fellowship.
- Although none of the international students have British citizenship, they are all eligible to apply.
- At the time of application, the applicant has either finished or is currently enrolled in their doctoral program.
- When they apply for the fellowship program, they should have seven years of professional experience.
- The applicant must speak English well.
- Stay outside of the UK.
- Have no nationality in the UK.
What is the scheme’s value and tenure?
The students who apply for the scheme will get the following value and tenure:
- The students are eligible for the £420,000 amount and will get it in three years.
- Applicants will get a relocation support
- Traveling allowance
- Research expenses
- The department announces the basic salary for the applicants who join the research program.
- Estate costs and indirect costs
How to apply for Newton International Fellowships 2023?
Students applying for the Newton international fellowships 2023 must follow the program.
- The applicants must go to the Flexi-Grant Apply for this Scheme page.
- The next step is to review the requirements for eligibility and complete the application.
- If you qualify for the fellowship, the department will let you know.
- Make sure the application is turned in by the deadline.
The Newton International Fellowships provide an incredible opportunity for early-career researchers to advance their scientific careers. With access to world-class research facilities and mentorship from leading academics, fellows can make significant contributions to their fields and build valuable international connections. The program fosters a culture of innovation and scientific excellence by supporting high-quality research collaborations between the UK and other countries. If you are an early-career researcher seeking to broaden your horizons and develop your skills on a global stage, consider applying for a Newton International Fellowship today!