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Newton Advanced Fellowships (Year 4 Round 1)

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IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-13-NEWT-RS_ZAF_879


This programme focuses on mid-career researchers in Newton Fund countries, and develops their research strengths by providing support for training and development in collaboration with a UK partner with the intention of transferring knowledge and research capabilities to researchers in partner countries.


The aims are to: • Support the development of a well0trained research community who by transferring new skills and creating new knowledge will create increased economic benefits and lead to changes in the wellbeing of communities. • Strengthen research excellence in partner countries by supporting promising independent, early-career researchers and their research groups and networks to develop their research through training, collaboration, reciprocal visits and the transfer of knowledge and skills from the UK. • Establish long-term links between the best research groups (and networks) in partner countries and the UK to ensure that improvements in research capacity are sustainable in the longer term. • Up to 17 Fellowships (Newton Advanced Fellowships/Newton International Fellowships). Newton Advanced Fellowships are up to £111K for up to 3 years in duration over 5 years

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