Results declared for India UK Advanced Training School (2015 -16)
British Council and Science Engineering Research Board are pleased to announce the results of the India UK Advanced Training School Programme. Please view the list of successful lead co-ordinators in the 'downloads' section below.
About the Programme
On behalf of the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, UK and the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, British Council - India and the Science and Engineering Research Board, India are pleased to announce “India – UK Advanced Training Schools” (IUATS) - a professional development opportunity focusing on promoting international collaboration and supporting capacity for research and innovation. IUATS invites joint applications from leading researchers, with one researcher based at UK institution and one based at Indian institution.
IUATS will provide financial support to bring together a UK/India bilateral cohort of mentors, early career researchers and post-doctoral from both countries. The programme aims to train participants in advanced research techniques and methodologies and to create opportunities for exchange of knowledge and good practice between the UK and India. IUATS will be highly interactive, reflective, and relevant to the specific research needs of both the UK and India and could contain a mix of lectures, field trips, hands-on practical training and case studies in advanced research techniques.