10 March 2022 to 31 December 2024
This programme is designed for the purpose of giving refuge to researchers in the mathematical sciences who have to leave their country of residence. The aim is not only to offer participants a safe home but also to enable them to continue their work and start new scientific collaborations.
Applicants should apply for support via one of the schemes listed below:
|INI Solidarity Satellite Programme||LMS Solidarity Welcome Grant||LMS Solidarity Supplementary Grant|
|Purpose||To provide a temporary home for up to twelve months at a UK academic institution for mathematicians having to flee their home.||To provide those mathematicians having to flee their country with some immediate financial support while they are travelling to the UK and/or incurring costs in the first month on arrival.||To provide supplementary financial support for those mathematicians who have had to flee their country and who have been able to find a home in the UK but are in need of further financial support.|
|Eligibility||All of these schemes are aimed at research active mathematicians of all stages including students working towards a doctoral degree.|
|Value||This scheme offers up to twelve months accommodation and a modest subsistence. The total value is up to £2000 per month (including accommodation). The participant will be matched with a mathematics department in a UK academic institution where participants will be official guests with access to the internet and libraries.||Applications for up to £3000 will be considered though it is expect that an individual grant is likely to be in the region of £1000.||The value can vary from a few hundred pounds (eg for a computer) to a supplement of the monthly income up to the UKRI limits. Thus for example, a participant on the INI Satellite Programme could receive supplement of £500 for each additional dependent up to £1000.|
|A Standard Visitor visa for academic visitors suffices. Alternatively, the "Homes for Ukraine" scheme can be combined with this scheme (https://www.gov.uk/register-interest-homes-ukraine).||No additional requirements. The grant can also be paid while the recipient is outside the UK. Indeed, it is expected that participants may choose to use the grant abroad to bridge the time it takes to apply for a visa to travel to the UK. It is expected that in most instances the grant is paid to a trusted academic partner.||No additional requirements.|
|Application||All applicants should apply by clicking the APPLY button after following the link for the relevant "workshop" listed below:
and email it along with a copy of their CV, including a list of publications, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Information will be shared with the organising team and selected members of staff at the INI and LMS as necessary.
Applicants must give clear evidence in their applications that they meet the criteria of the Solidarity Scheme. In particular, applicants must be reseearch active in the mathematical sciences and must need to leave their country of residence as a refugee of war or a political refugee.
1 July 2022 to 31 December 2023
1 July 2022 to 31 December 2023
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