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LAHRI PDRF scheme is open for applications

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Have you recently finished your PhD in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures here at the University of Leeds? The Leeds Arts & Humanities Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellowships Scheme has re-opened for applications.

The deadline for submission of applications to the current round of this scheme is 09:00 on the 13 February 2023 (for Fellowships to begin from March-May 2023).

University of Leeds PhD students in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures who have recently submitted their completed theses, or have recently passed their doctoral vivas, are invited to apply.

This scheme is intended to give the best of our former PhD students the support needed to advance their research and their careers in the period between thesis completion and the taking up of a first post. These Fellowships are non-stipendiary. However, Fellows have access to office space at LAHRI and full access to its computing, printing and other resources.  Fellows will also be given an email account, access to the Library’s electronic resources, OD&PL professional development opportunities, and the online research training and networking provided by LAHRI.

These fellowships are for between six and twelve months.

For more details and to download the application click here

 

Please email lahri@leeds.ac.uk if you have any further questions surrounding the scheme.

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