The Netherlands INQUA Fully-Funded Fellowship 2024 supports future early scientists (ECRs) as well as scientists from low- and middle-income countries/developing countries (DCRs) to develop global quarter research experience in a foreign organization. . 3-6 months. Apply below.
Last date 15 September 2023
Study in the Netherlands
Study Level Fellowship, Research Programme
FUNDING TYPE Fully Funded Scholarships
The eligibility criteria for the Netherlands INQUA Fully Funded Fellowship 2024 are outlined below:
1 . This eight-year period does not take into account time taken due to non-work as an educator or time taken due to family responsibilities. Scientists who have been working for less than eight years and have permanent (tenured) positions may still be considered early career researchers.
2. Developing Country Researchers (DCRs) – Researchers working in low-wage or low-wage economies (see here for a list of these economies). In entering into these guidelines, INQUA will take into account that inclusion or exclusion from the World Bank list may not be an adequate reflection of the level of science funding or of rewarding individual scientists.
3. Willingness to join the host research organization to conduct research abroad.
Research topics should be aligned with INQUA’s scope (https://inqua.org/about)
Candidates can avail of the INQUA Fellowship Program only once.
The Netherlands INQUA Fully Funded Fellowship 2024 will cover (part of) travel (economy class) and fellow charges (maintenance, accommodation, etc.) up to a maximum of €15,000 during the stay abroad.