Brazil Visiting Fellowships Scheme 2012

6 12 2011

The International Office from the University of Nottingham and The University of Birmingham are pleased to launch the 2012 Brazilian Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Scheme. The Scheme will provide early-career University lecturers, or post-doctoral researchers, currently working at recognised institutions in Brazil, the opportunity to spend three months in Nottingham or Birmingham carrying out identified research projects. Each institution will host 10 fellows and the scheme is being promoted jointly. Some joint events will be held during the fellowship period, but it is anticipated that the research undertaken will take place solely at either Nottingham or Birmingham. A web site for the Brazil Visiting Fellowships Scheme 2012 with all of the potential research projects is now up and running at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/** internationaloffice/brazil Please feel free to publicise this web site to anyone in your institution who may be interested. The timetable for the appointment of the fellows will be as follows: Friday 16 December 2011 – deadline for fellowship applications. Monday 30 January 2012 – successful applicants notified. Friday 10 February 2012 – deadline for applicants to confirm acceptance Monday 16 April 2012 – fellows arrive in UK Please contact Ian Jones, International Officer for Partnership Development, if you have any queries about the scheme at email ian.m.jones@nottingham.ac.uk

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