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China - Newton International Fellowship

IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-13-NEWT-AMS_CHN_NIF0006
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Scheme supports early-career international researchers to spend two years undertaking research at a host university or research institution in the UK, enabling them to benefit from a period within a first class research environment in some of the UK’s best universities. Awards provide stipend, research monies, and relocation costs.


The primary aims of the Newton International Fellowship programme are to: • Support the development of a well-trained research community by supporting researchers at an early stage of their career by providing an opportunity to work at a UK research institution for two years. • Establish links between researchers in partner countries and the UK to contribute to developing research and innovation capacity


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Programme Spend

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