Catch up on The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 event, on Monday 6 December 2021.
This session gave Knowledge Transfer Associates insights into how to complete an Industry-Based PhD after your KTP. With applications currently open, this webinar will give you all the need to take your expertise into industry.
The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 awards Industrial Fellowships up to £100,000 to the UK’s most talented early career researchers.
Industrial Fellowships are awarded to graduates who have the potential to make an outstanding contribution to an industry; for research supported by a company, leading to a patent, product or process improvement and a postgraduate award.
Applicants can pursue a PhD while working, allowing companies to conduct innovative research that furthers their business objectives, and accelerates the creation of IP.
The deadline for applications is 10 February 2022. Interviews will be held on 29th March 2022 with Fellowships commencing in October 2022.
Scheme details can be found here.
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