Welcome to EURAXESS in the United Kingdom

EURAXESS UK is a British Council managed hub which aids researchers in their career development, supporting mobility and acting as a support mechanism for researchers moving abroad or moving to the UK.

Collaborating internationally or spending time on a research visit abroad can be very beneficial to a researcher's career. It can give researchers access to expertise, facilities and research environments that will significantly broaden their experience and networks. EURAXESS UK provides support with the funding database, offering a good source of funding opportunities, and the EURAXESS newsletter keeps readers up-to-date on relevant opportunities and events. EURAXESS UK is funded by the UK Government under the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.  

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EURAXESS leaflet for researchers (2.27 MB)

EURAXESS leaflet for employers (2.38 MB)

Research teaser

Search for a job

Are you a UK Researcher wishing to work abroad? The Euraxess Job Funding Search can assist with finding the right research role for you. Search EURAXESS Jobs for current vacancies in Europe and use our funding database for opportunities worldwide.

Search Open Positions

Funding Database

Are you an international researcher wishing to work in the UK? Learn about the funding opportunities across the UK to find the opportunity that suits your needs best.

Apply for funding

Entry to the UK

Will you need to apply for a visa? Read about the different types of visas to apply for to ensure your application has the greatest chance of approval.

Entry conditions & visas

Local Contact Points

Need advice or information? Our network of Euraxess contacts will be able to advise you directly or give you guidance on how to find additional information.

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