Where else can I go?
There are many options available to you if you wish to leave the UK and complete research elsewhere in the world.
Opportunities within Europe
Euraxess is an excellent source of information to find out everything you need to know about working as a researcher in Europe. You can also access the national portals of over 30 European countries.
If you are not a national from an EU member state you may be interested in the new Scientific Visa which is being implemented in many European countries. This is designed to give a ‘fast-track’ procedure for the admission of researchers, and you can find out more on the EURAXESS national portals.
If you’re interested in studying for your PhD in Europe, visit PromoDoc for help and advice.
Opportunities outside Europe
There are plenty of opportunities outside the EU as well, find out more about research outside the EU, including links to researcher’s mobility portals in Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan and South Africa.
You can gain funding opportunities from 11 countries around the world through BILAT.
UK Science Innovation Network (SIN)
If you would like to develop further research collaboration with UK partners, you may also like to get in touch with your nearest representatives of the SIN.
The SIN operates in 28 countries to support the UK government’s strategy on science and innovation through promoting international research collaboration, partnerships and policy development.