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The Chevening Rolls Royce Science and Innovation Leadership Fellowship (CRISP) is aimed at mid-career professionals with very high potential in the fields of science, innovation and business from India and Sri Lanka.
The programme is funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Rolls Royce. Rolls Royce is a leading UK-based global company, providing integrated power solutions for customers in civil and defence aerospace, marine, energy and power markets.
The main academic strands of the CRISP programme include science, innovation, leadership and management, as well as wider issues including global challenges, politics, and international relations. The programme modules aim to:
The programme dates are 13 April to 24 June 2016 and is an 11 week course based at the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford
To be eligible for a Chevening CRISP Fellowship, you must:
Applicants for this Fellowship Award will need to submit their application via the Chevening online application system.
Prior to applying please ensure you have the following ready:
Please note that only documents in PDF or JPG format can be uploaded and cannot be over 5MB in size.
To apply for a CRISP Fellowship please click Apply below.
Applications for this award are open between 11 September – 19 October 2015.
They can help with any technical queries relating to the application form. Please use the links on the left-hand menu to find an answer to your query.
If your query relates to references, please refer to the Chevening website.
If you cannot find an answer relating to your issue, contact the technical support team directly by clicking on 'Contact Us' button the left side of the page.
If you have any non-technical queries regarding the Chevening programme, please contact the Chevening Secretariat.
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