Applications for 2019/20 round is now open and will close on 23 September 2019.

The outline guidance notes for 2015/16 are available below for information, this will give some idea of what we may be looking for in future rounds. Please note criteria may change from year to year and this is for reference only. - See more at: http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/support-for-research/leverhulme-research-fellowship/how-to-apply#sthash.lUdPnIMd.dpuf
The outline guidance notes for 2015/16 are available below for information, this will give some idea of what we may be looking for in future rounds. Please note criteria may change from year to year and this is for reference only. - See more at: http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/support-for-research/leverhulme-research-fellowship/how-to-apply#sthash.lUdPnIMd.dpuf
The outline guidance notes for 2015/16 are available below for information, this will give some idea of what we may be looking for in future rounds. Please note criteria may change from year to year and this is for reference only. - See more at: http://www.raeng.org.uk/grants-and-prizes/support-for-research/leverhulme-research-fellowship/how-to-apply#sthash.lUdPnIMd.dpuf
Unless otherwise stated, all Research Fellowship information applies to the Engineering for Development Research Fellowships.

Please read the Applicant Guidance Notes for Research Fellowships and Engineering for Development Research Fellowships 2019/20 for full details and information on what RAEng Research Fellowships are and how to apply. 

Research Fellowships and Engineering for Development Research Fellowships guidance notes (553.74 KB)

The Applicant Guidance document provides everything you need to know in order to compile your application in full. 

 

All applications must be submitted via the Royal Academy of Engineering’s online Grant Management System (GMS)

Grants management system

 

There is a limit on the number of applications each host institution can submit. Applications that do not come within this limit will be disregarded (see Application limit in the applicant guidance notes). Institutions/universities are likely to have an internal selection process that applicants must find out in advance.

There are no nationality and age restrictions for applicants. The host institution is responsible for securing all necessary work permits and related costs for the Research Fellows. Applicants who have applied to this scheme before and were unsuccessful are eligible to reapply.

If you have any questions or queries, please refer to the FAQ page. If your question is not covered there, then please contact the Research team.