skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships at Cambridge

last modified Nov 07, 2018 05:26 PM
The Cambridge Classics Faculty invites applications to the 2019 round of the Leverhulme Trust early Career Fellowship competition.

This prestigious scheme aims to provide career development opportunities for those who are at a relatively early stage of their academic careers, but who have a proven record of research.

The Faculty operates an internal selection process. We are keen to support high quality applications that intersect with research already being undertaken or developed in the Faculty of Classics. So, applicants should be in touch with an academic who works in their area of research, and could act as their sponsor, to discuss their proposed project as soon as possible. Full details of the internal application process (with links to more details of Faculty members) can be found at: https://www.classics.cam.ac.uk/research/funding

Details of the scheme itself, including rules on eligibility, are available from:

https://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/funding/grant-schemes/early-career-fellowships

Please contact the Faculty Research Officer with any general queries: research.officer@classics.cam.ac.uk

The Faculty Deadline for applications is Friday 4th January 2019. 

RSS Feed Latest news

AHGBI & Spanish Embassy Thesis Prize 2018-19

Mar 03, 2019

The Faculty is delighted to report that Dr Maya Feile Tomes has been awarded the 2018-19 AHGBI (Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland) & Spanish Embassy Thesis Prize.

CREWS Visiting Fellowship Scheme

Feb 25, 2019

Details of how to apply are now available online. Closing date: 5pm BST, 15th April 2019

J. Paul Getty Medal

Jan 25, 2019

The Faculty is delighted to report that Mary Beard has been named as one of this year's recipients of the J. Paul Getty Medal. See weblink for further information.

Rebecca Flemming co-edits 'field defining' new book

Dec 11, 2018

This book 'is the first to encompass the vast history of how living things procreate, from the banks of the ancient Nile to the fertility clinics of today.'

View all news