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How to Apply

Closing date:  there is one application round each year.  The next round will be held in Easter Term 2021 for fellowships commencing in 2022-23.  The application deadline is Friday 7 May 2021.  Applications need to be emailed toadministrator@newtontrust.cam.ac.uk

Process:  Applications should be made by the College on the Trust's application form and sent to administrator@newtontrust.cam.ac.uk

Applications will be considered by a sub-committee of Trustees and decisions will normally be announced within three weeks of the deadline. 

Personal Data:  The Trust's policy on the collection and use of personal data during the application process and any subsequent grant administration can be found here.  

Personal Data contained in the c.v.

The Trust asks for only minimal core information about applicants. However,  the content of the c.v. is determined by the applicant.  Colleges should encourage applicants to limit their personal information on their c.vs to the core set of:

  • name;
  • department/faculty and College as appropriate;
  • contact email addresses the Trust should use;
  • professional record as it applies to this application

Use of Appointee's Data by the Trust

Colleges will also need to request applicants' formal consent to the collection and use of their personal data as set out in the Trust's policy.

A Personal Data Consent Form should be signed by the appointee and submitted as part of the application.

 

INT Funding Rounds: OPEN

INT Emergency Research Grants Lent Term 2021 Round OPEN (draft app deadline 15 January)

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INT Strategic Preliminary Lent Term 2021 Round OPEN (draft app deadline 18 February)

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Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2021 Round OPEN 

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College Teaching Office Research Leave 2021 Round OPEN 

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COVID-19 NOTICE:  INT will update its policy in light of the Government's recent measures by the end of January 2021

 

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