Are you an engineer looking for an opportunity to carry out collaborative research? Would you like to strengthen corporate and personal links and enhance knowledge transfer in engineering with academia? Or perhaps you're looking for some industrial experience and knowledge of current industry practices to enhance your teaching?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then please consider applying for an Industrial Fellowship. To avoid missing out and for more information, please visit our How to apply page.
The Royal Academy of Engineering Industrial Fellowships scheme enables mid-career academics and industrialists to undertake a collaborative research project in either an industrial or academic environment, where one party would host the other.Table of Content
Engineering matters. It underpins our daily lives, drives economic growth, plays a critical role in addressing major societal challenges and helps ensure our readiness for the future, from providing a sustainable supply of food, water and clean energy, to advancing healthcare, and keeping us safe and secure. As the UK’s national academy for engineering and technology, the Royal Academy of Engineering brings together the most talented and successful engineers – our Fellows – to advance and promote excellence in engineering for the benefit of society. We harness their experience and ... read more
The scheme aims to strengthen the strategic relationship between industry and academia by providing an opportunity to establish or enhance collaborative research between the two parties.
Applicants can be of any nationality. Applicants with both new and existing partnerships are eligible to apply. SME and medium-sized industrial organisations are welcome to particularly apply.
Industrial Fellows can be hosted by an academic institution or an industrial organisation, and should be partnered with an industrial or academic partner accordingly. It is the responsibility of the applicant to make these arrangements. The application must clearly state the mutual benefit of the fellowship and the collaborative project to both organisations.
Applications are welcome from any engineering discipline. If you are unsure whether your proposal falls within the Academy’s engineering remit, please email Jorge Ospina.
All applications must be submitted via the Academy's online Grant Management System. Application Form (you must first register with the system and create a profile)
Before applying, please read the guidance notes below carefully.
For more details, visit raeng website