2012/13 International Placement Scheme (IPS) successful applications announced
Sixty-Five early career researchers have been awarded international research fellowships. The students will be enhancing their current research projects by taking up a short term international placement.
International research fellowships awards support AHRC/ESRC-funded doctoral students, research assistants and early career researchers to spend up to six months at the overseas institutions. The researcher will have dedicated access to their host institutions world class research facilitates, expertise and participate in networking opportunities.
The placements are available in collaboration with four international institutions: Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California, USA, Sarai Research Programme at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India and National Institutes for the Humanities, Japan.
The 65 awards include:
- 48 for placements at Library of Congress, Washington
- 10 for The Huntington Library, California
- 5 for Sarai Research Programme, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi
- 2 for NIHU, Japan
Further information about the award holder, the host institutions and how to apply can be found on the following AHRC webpages:
- Library of Congress
- National Institutes for the Humanities, Japan
- The Huntington Library (PDF, 136KB)
- Sarai Research Programme at CSDS