Low Dimensional Topology

January 13, 2010

Postdocs in the UK

Filed under: Misc. — Jesse Johnson @ 12:07 pm

Saul Schleimer has asked me to advertise the the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships, which are essentially postdocs that can be taken to any University in the UK in any discipline.  I think Saul is hoping that some promising young topologists apply to take one of these to Warwick.  The deadline is March 11 (4PM GMT).  However, Daniel pointed out in the comments that to be eligible one must have a degree from a UK University, or currently be a postdoc in the UK.  That probably narrows down the applicant pool quite a bit.  If any readers would like to advertise other job oportunities that aren’t on the usual job listing sites, feel free to mention them in the comments.

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  1. It’s not open to those of us who have never been employed by a UK higher education institution, unfortunately…

    Should normally hold a degree from a UK higher education institution by the time of taking up the Fellowship. Those without a UK degree will be considered if, at the time of application, they hold an academic position in the UK.

    Comment by Daniel Moskovich — January 14, 2010 @ 1:44 am | Reply


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