International Professor Fellowship Positions in Adult Nursing at Cardiff University UK

International Professor Fellowship Positions in Adult Nursing

International Professor Fellowship Positions in Adult Nursing

The School of Healthcare Sciences at Cardiff University is dynamic and forward-looking, and is aiming for outstanding applicants for a Professorial position – collaborative leaders with a strong research record of accomplishment in fields that complement the School’s research themes.

Cardiff University is a public research university in Cardiff, Wales. It was founded in 1883 as the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire and became a founding college of the University of Wales in 1893. It connected with the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (UWIST) in 1988 as the University of Wales College, Cardiff (University of Wales, Cardiff, from 1996). In 1997 it obtained degree-awarding powers but kept them in abeyance. It adopted the operating name of Cardiff University in 1999; this became its legal name in 2005 when it became an independent university granting its degrees.

Discussions on the founding of a university college in South Wales began in 1879 when a group of Welsh and English MPs urged the government to view the poor provision of higher and intermediate education in Wales as “the best means of helping any local effort which may be made for providing such defect.”

The University’s academic facilities are centered around Cathays Park in central Cardiff, which includes the University’s Grade II* listed central building, housing administrative facilities, and the science library, formerly called the Drapers’ library; grade II listed Bute building, which includes the Welsh School of Architecture, the grade I listed Glamorgan building, which houses the Cardiff Schools of Planning and Geography and Social Sciences, the Redwood Building (named in 1979 after the

Redwood Family of Boverton near Llantwit Major by a 1978 suggestion by J. D. R. Thomas), which houses the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; the law building which houses the Cardiff Law School; and the biosciences building, which delivers facilities for both biosciences and medical teaching. The School of Engineering, School of Computer Science and Informatics, and School of Physics and Astronomy are found in the Queen’s Buildings, off Newport Road, and the School of Journalism, Media, and Culture at 2 Central Square.

Cardiff has two Nobel Laureates on its staff, Sir Martin Evans and Robert Huber. Several Cardiff University staff have been elected as Fellows of the Royal Society, these contain Graham Hutchings FRS, professor of Physical Chemistry and Director of the Cardiff Catalysis Institute, School of Chemistry, Ole Holger Petersen, MRC Professor and Director of Cardiff School of Biosciences. and John M. Pearce, Professor of Psychology.

The Cardiff University Students’ Union is a student-run organization aiming to promote student interests within the University and further afield. The Cardiff University Students’ Union building is near Cathays Park, next to Cathays railway station. It has shops, a nightclub, and the studios of Xpress Radio and Gair Rhydd, the student newspaper. It is democratically managed by the student body through the election of seven full-time officers, who manage the running of the Union. The Union delivers a range of services, including several cafes, bars, and shops, as well as advice, training, and representation. The Union is a corresponding member of the National Union of Students.


Cardiff University will employ the selected candidates on the University Teaching and Research career pathway with a salary from one of the following bands:

  • Band 1 – £69,135 – £84.274 per annum
  • Band 2 – £85,958 – £102,729 per annum
  • Band 3 – £104,784 – £120,365 per annum

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Eligibility for the International Professor Fellowship Positions in Adult Nursing

  • To be eligible for the International Professor Fellowship Positions in Adult Nursing, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:
  • The applicants are hoped to have firm national and international research profiles, a successful record of achievement in research-related income generation, successful PhD supervision, and evidence backing the development of a vibrant health care research environment.

How to Apply for the International Professor Fellowship Positions in Adult Nursing

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The application deadline for this scholarship is June 1, 2022.


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