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OWSD Early Career Fellowship

OWSD Early Career Fellowship
Call for Applications

The OWSD Early Career fellowship is a prestigious award of up to USD 50,000 offered to women who have completed their PhDs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects and are employed at an academic or scientific research institution in one of the listed Science and Technology Lagging Countries (STLCs). The OWSD Early Career fellows will be supported to establish an environment at their institution where they can maintain an international standard of research and attract scholars from all over the world to collaborate.

You will find all the information you need to prepare your application below. All applications must be submitted online.

The official language for the application is English.

If you are submitting any supporting documents (such as residency certificate, degree certificate, etc.) in your local language, you must attach at least an informal translation into English. Documents without any English translation will not be considered.

IMPORTANT

Please note that the duration of the 2024 OWSD Early Career Fellowships will be 24 months instead of 36 as in previous years.

Please note that an applicant, at the time of application, must NOT have an active research grant or fellowship with The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) or have already submitted an application for a TWAS programme within the same given year. Only one application per year is possible across all TWAS and OWSD programmes. Applicants will not be eligible to visit another institution in that year under the TWAS Visiting Professor programmes.

However, candidates can still apply to the OWSD-Elsevier Foundation awards (please note that previous OWSD-EF winners are also eligible).

The 2024 Call for Applications is open as of 5 February 2024.

Deadline for completed online applications: 14 March 2024 (at 23:59 Rome time)

Successful candidates will be notified by September 2024. Please note that this year, the expected duration of the fellowship is two years (24 months) from the date of contract signing (end 2026). No extension will be granted.

IMPORTANT: From the time of notification of selection, awardees will have 2 weeks to confirm acceptance of the award, and will need to confirm personal details and provide Administering Institute’s banking documentation needed for the contract. Additionally, awardees will have 45 days to return to OWSD all required documentation signed and endorsed by the Administering Institute. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure timeline is respected and OWSD cannot grant extensions beyond 45 days. Failure to comply with this timeline will result in the fellowship offer being withdrawn and made to reserve list candidates.

If your questions are not answered in the information provided or in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), contact earlycareer@owsd.net. Please make sure to read carefully all the instructions provided. The Secretariat reserves the right to not provide feedback on information already available in the Call and the FAQs.

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