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Research Fellowships in Science or Engineering (3 years)

Research Fellowships are intended to give scientists or engineers of exceptional promise the opportunity for early independence when entering their first or second post-doctoral positions.  They are open to all nationalities usually intending to carry out research at a UK institution.

Industrial Fellowships (3 Years)
Do you want to pursue a PhD without leaving your job or perhaps you want to collaborate with industry on research?  The aim of the this Fellowship is to encourage profitable innovation and creativity in British Industry – to the mutual benefit of the Fellow and the sponsoring company. Projects in any science or engineering discipline will be considered.   These Fellowships are open to company employed candidates or nominated Doctoral Centre / CASE candidates.  

Industrial Design Studentships (1 or 2 years)
These Master's level studentships are designed to stimulate industrial design capability among the country’s most able science and engineering graduates and are for 1 or 2 years duration. Applicants must have already secured a place on an appropriate Industrial Design course.

Fellowship in the Built Environment or Design (2 years)
A single Fellowship is awarded in alternate years for two years' research in a specified study area.
The Commission will be awarding the next Fellowship in the Built Environment in 2023

Fellowship in Regenerative Design (2 years)
A new two-year fellowship with the fundamental objective of enabling contributions to Regenerative Design in the built environment.

Sir Misha Black Awards

The Sir Misha Black Medal for Distinguished Services to Design Education
Nominations for the Sir Misha Black Medal are welcomed from those with knowledge and appreciation of the value of design education. The Medal is awarded to an individual, from any country in the world, for their Distinguished Services to Design Education. The words ‘education’ and ‘design’ are interpreted in their widest meaning.

The Sir Misha Black Award for Innovation in Design Education
The Sir Misha Black Award is confined to educational organisations within the United Kingdom. It is open to individuals, teams, or combined schools working within educational establishments, where innovation has been the key to the development of new thinking which has led to demonstrable improvement in the education of designers.