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Getting a Fellowship - for science/engineering postdocs

The Careers Service are running a full day information event on Early Career & Career Development Fellowships for science and engineering postdocs.
When Mar 31, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 05:30 PM
Where LG19, Law Faculty, Cambridge
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Fellowships are a great way to try out your own research ideas and gain research independence.

This Careers Service event will give you the inside track on how to get one and it only happens every 2 years, so don’t miss it.

Hear from postdocs who have been successful getting fellowships as well as senior academics who regularly assess applications and candidates.

This packed day will include a funders’ fair (confirmed include Wellcome Trust, Royal Society, EPSRC, MRC, CRUK, University of Cambridge Research Operations Office) over lunch and an update on EU funding and Brexit.

You can attend the morning on Early Career Fellowships by booking here.

Or the afternoon session on Career Development Fellowships by booking here.

Or both, depending on what is most relevant to your career stage.

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