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    Research assistant fellowship

    I am doing a fellowship abroad as research assistant.
    In short, I got a grant by my government for woking for a foreign think thank.
    Could I say "I am working as research assistant fellowoship?

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    Re: Research assistant fellowship

    Quote Originally Posted by mrtony View Post
    I am doing a fellowship abroad as ​a research assistant.
    In short, I got a grant by from my government for working to work for a foreign think thank.
    Could I say "I am working as a research assistant fellowoship fellowship?
    Note my corrections above.

    No, you would just say "I am working as a research assistant". Does anyone need to know where the funding came from? If they do, you could perhaps say "I am a fellowship-funded research assistant".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Research assistant fellowship

    I admit that "I am doing a fellowship" is extremely weird to me. I even googled "doing a fellowship" but it was helpless.

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