CIS - Charles Wallace Trust Fellowships
The fellowships enable Burmese academics and professionals to undertake short working visits to the University of Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations, with the aim of broadening their professional knowledge, skills and contacts. The content of a fellowship normally takes the form of professional interaction, study and research.
Charles Wallace Trust Visiting Fellowship for Burma
The fellowship will enable a Burmese academic or professional to undertake a short working visit to the University of Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations, with the aim of broadening their professional knowledge, skills and contacts. The content of a fellowship normally takes the form of professional interaction, study and research. Applications are particularly welcome from traditionally under-represented groups, including ethnic minorities as well as women.
What it is:
The Charles Wallace Visiting Fellowship to the Department of Politics and International Relations is sponsored by the Charles Wallace Burma Trust. The duration of the Fellowship is up to three months, and the Visiting Fellow is expected to be in residence for Michaelmas term of the 2017-2018 academic year, but applicants can state their preference for a different term.
The purpose of the fellowship is to advance the understanding of contemporary problems and issues facing Burma across a broad range of themes. While full fluency in English would be an asset, applicants are not required to be fully fluent in English and we will do our best to match the visiting fellow with appropriate mentors to assist with any language issues.
An all-inclusive monthly stipend of £1,400 is offered by the Trust in order to cover costs at Oxford, together with a return economy air fare from Burma.
How to apply:
Applications for the 2017-18 academic year are now closed. The closing date was 7 April 2017.
Selection follows the Department of Politics and International Relations’ policy and procedure for Academic Visitors and is subject to the approval of the Charles Wallace Burma Trust. Applicants will be evaluated primarily on the strength of their proposals and readiness to undertake and successfully complete their proposed project. Priority will be given to applicants who have not had opportunities to study outside of Burma.
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