The British Council offers eight research grants in the UK

The British Council offers eight research grants in the UK

Last date for registration varies between 26th to 30th June (Photo: University of Edinburgh,

The British Council offers eight research grants in the UK

The selected candidates will work at the Universities of Edinburgh, Wolverhampton and Nottingham on topics such as sustainability, infrastructure, arts, education and English language.

The British Council offers eight research grants in the UK

The selected candidates will work at the Universities of Edinburgh, Wolverhampton and Nottingham on topics such as sustainability, infrastructure, arts, education and English language.

The British Council offers eight research grants in the UK

Last date for registration varies between 26th to 30th June (Photo: University of Edinburgh,

FAPESP Agency – The British Council, in partnership with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASP) and the International Scientific Partnership Fund (ISPF), offers eight scholarships for researchers at different career stages.

Scholarships are offered at the Universities of Edinburgh, Wolverhampton, and Nottingham in the United Kingdom, and cover topics such as sustainability, infrastructure, arts, education, and the English language.

At the University of Wolverhampton, three scholarships are available for early-career researchers focusing on studies relating to the legal Amazon. Fees range from £34,314 to £37,386 per year. Registration is open until 30 June University Website,

Three one-year fellowships in Earth Observation and Data Science are available for research into social sustainability at the University of Nottingham. The focus will be on critical supply chains, such as timber from the Brazilian Amazon. The minimum value of the grants is £30,487 per year. Candidates can register via Organization PageThat too till 30th June.

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Finally, two scholarships are offered at the University of Edinburgh for young postdoctoral researchers in priority and strategic areas such as arts, education, international relations, relations and cultural diplomacy. Researchers will receive a stipend of £2,500 per month for one year. Interested parties can register by 26 July British Council website,

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