We are looking to attract an outstanding cohort of researchers as Presidential Fellows to nurture and develop research excellence.
Closing date: Thursday 1st June 2023
Our new strategy prioritises research at the frontier of practice. We foster important, impactful and engaged research.
With a unique vision of how to make a difference, you will shape the future of research at the University and in your own field.
Three years of protected research time will allow you to pursue a high-quality and inventive research agenda and build an independent research career.
You will establish yourself as a future research leader through tailored professional development, networking and engagement opportunities.
You will work within a supportive and collaborative community of researchers as well as with other Presidential Fellows to support and inspire each other.
You will be highly motivated, organised, resourceful, analytical and will be an excellent communicator.
If you feel that this is the role you have been looking for and your skills and experience can make a real difference, we look forward to hearing from you.
Further details about priority research areas in each of our six Schools appear below.
Founded in 1894, City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business, practice and the professions.
We have an enviable central London location and attract around 20,000 students (over 40% at postgraduate level), from more than 150 countries and staff from over 75 countries.
Our research is recognised throughout the world for its quality, its relevance to contemporary intellectual challenges and its influence on future agendas.
The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF2021) showed that 86% of our research was rated as world leading 4* (40%) and internationally excellent 3* (46%) quality.
About the role
Presidential Fellows will develop a cutting-edge programme of research in addition to securing grants and further fellowships.
They will work collaboratively with researchers at City to develop a significant and original research programme over an extended time.
Academic mentoring arrangements will be agreed with each Presidential Fellow to support their development plans and help them reach their potential.
Fellows may be asked to undertake a limited amount of teaching in order to support their integration and to help them to prepare for a permanent academic position at the end of the Fellowship.
You must have a PhD in an area of research related to work at City and a track record of research excellence.
You will have a clear vision of key directions for future research in a specific field as well as detailed knowledge or relevant research techniques.
You will be focused, imaginative, systematic and an enthusiastic champion for your research area.
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