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IBS Young Scientist Fellowships, 2020

IBS Young Scientist Fellowships, 2020

Partially Funded
Country: Korea
City: Daejeon
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Applications are open for the IBS Young Scientist Fellowships, 2020. interested candidates can apply for the scholarships now.  Institute for Basic Science (IBS) is providing scholarships for  Research Fellow/ Scientist in the courses available at the Institute.

Eligibility for IBS Young Scientist Fellowships, 2020:

  • IBS Young Scientist Fellowships, 2020 is available to citizens of all countries.
  • Additionally, the applicant must be 40 years of age.
  • He/She must have obtained their Ph.D. 5 years prior to the time of application.
  • Also, the selected applicant must relocate to one of the IBS Centers.
  • YSF fellows are eligible to apply for the IBS Career Development Award (CDA)
  • Additionally, the letter of intent and the research proposal is evaluated during the selection process.
  • Furthermore, applicants should submit a letter of intent and a full research proposal.

Value of Scholarship

  • The annual budget of KRW 150–300 mil. per year including a salary of KRW 60-70 mil. (up to KRW 150 mil. for theoretical fields and up to KRW 300 mil. for experimental fields)
  • Additionally, the duration of the fellowship is up to 3 years with a possible extension of 2 years.


  • The deadline for IBS Young Scientist Fellowships, 2020 is:
    • Letter of Intent: 31st May 2020.


  • The Institute for Basic Science is a Korean government-funded research institute that conducts basic science research and relevant pure basic research.
  • Additionally, IBS was established in November 2011 as a research institute within the International Science and Business Belt (ISBB) by the Lee Myung-bak administration.
  • Also, it is located in Daejeon, Korea. Comprising 26 Research Centers across the nation and a headquarters in Daejeon, IBS has approximately 551 permanent employees, including 435 scientists and close to 710 graduate or doctoral course students.
  • Furthermore, in 2014 the Korean government announced an investment of more than 2 trillion KRW to build a heavy ion accelerator facility in Daejeon by 2021.

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Type of Opportunity Scholarships and Fellowships
Deadline31 May,2020
Open toAll Nationalities
Organizer Institute for Basic Science (IBS)



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