Robert Blair Fellowship in Applied Science and Technology

Deadline: 31/03/2006
January 16, 2006

The fellowships are open to British citizens of at least 21 years of age who have been trained in Applied Science and Technology. Preference is given to engineering science and to those who have completed a course of study in London institutions or who have been identified with the London teaching service. Candidates are required to submit particulars of their training and practical experience and to provide appropriate references from at least three persons directly connected with their training or employment. A proposed scheme of study for the Fellowship must also be submitted.

Details here
Contact: Assistant Education Officer
Address: PO Box 0
London EC2P 2EJ
Telephone: 020 7332 1750
Fax: 020 7332 1621

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