Secondment Fellowships

Secondment Fellowships are for early-career humanities and social science researchers who we already fund. Researchers spend three to six months at one of the following organisations:

  • Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST), London
  • Science Museum, London
  • World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris

Scheme at a glance

Career stage:

Postgraduate, Early

Level of funding:

A fully-funded extension to a fellowship, PhD or research assistant position

Duration of funding:

3 to 6 months

Eligibility and suitability

What we offer

How to apply

Definitions

Postgraduate

You’re studying for a Masters or PhD.

Early

You’re starting your career in postdoctoral research.

Contact us

About the scope and content of your project:

POST: Dr Peter Border, borderp@parliament.uk or Sarah Bunn, +44 (0)20 7219 1860, bunnsk@parliament.uk

Science Museum: research@sciencemuseum.ac.uk

WHO: evipnet@euro.who.int

OECD: Fabrice Murtin, fabrice.murtin@oecd.org

About your eligibility, the application process, funding policies or general queries about grants:

About our online application system:

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Getting here

Key dates

We consider applications once a year.

  • Applications deadline

    19 April 2017

  • Recruitment day for shortlisted candidates

    25 May 2017

  • Secondment begins

    Either autumn 2017 or early 2018