The University of Wolverhampton- Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions
We intend to identify potential international candidates across the areas below with the required experience to work with us under the MSCA Individual Fellowship 2017 scheme. With approximately 22,000 students, of whom 80 per cent are undergraduate, we area large academic community. With a portfolio encompassing biosciences, social sciences, construction, engineering, law, computing, business management, education, health and wellbeing, and creative an performing arts we are renowned internationally for the quality of our programmes and recognized as being at the leading edge in enabling students to secure professional careers – as evidenced by our students’ 96% employability rate. In addition, we have a diverse population of students coming from and outside the EU. The University of Wolverhampton has a breadth of research interests across its academic subject areas.
Across the University, we have over 20 Research Institutes and Centres focusing on research areas including neuroncology, sport and exercise performance, dementia, art and design practices and the built environment. Our applied research activities impact on business, public and voluntary sectors in a number of ways by advancing knowledge and addressing real world problems. We are on a path to grow our research base and increase our impact, demonstrated by our improved Research Excellence Framework 2014 outcomes. As part of our commitment to enhancing research, we have invested £12 million to fund new or enhanced research areas over six years.
The initial focus of the investment has been the recruitment of new academic staff, to significantly enhance the research capacity and capacity and capability of the University in target areas and further build the research community. In addition to these strategic appointments a number of PhD studentships have been stablished to grow existing high-quality research within the University, and we continue to invest in current staff to provide opportunity to grow the capacity for world-leading research.
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Program finansowania: MSCA IF
Czas trwania: Do 2 lat
Partnerzy zaangażowani: University of Wolverhampton
Termin składania ofert
Imię i nazwisko: Tatiana Panteli
Organizacja: University of Wolverhampton
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