About the Fellowship
Chatham House Academy Fellowships develop critical, independent thinking and leadership skills within a global community who, through their research and teaching, directly contribute to inclusive governance at the national, regional, and international levels. Working alongside the Institute’s research teams, Academy Fellows will deepen knowledge in their chosen area, advance their research and writing, and actively participate in a leading global policy institute.
Applications Are Open for Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships
Application deadline: Wednesday, 7 October at 5pm UK/12pm NY time.
Serving as a creative hub for ideas designed to strengthen inclusive global governance, the QEII Academy was established in 2014, adding the capacity to develop a new generation of leaders to Chatham House’s international reputation for informed debate and independent research.
Fellowships offered: Two junior fellowships are aimed at scholars at the early to mid-stage of their career (i.e. doctoral candidates, postdoctoral researchers and fellows). Two senior fellowships are aimed at senior scholars and faculty with demonstrated excellence in their chosen area of research. Each fellowship, based at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London (UK) will last two months, with intakes in January and May 2021. OSUN Academy Fellowships will contribute to the Fellows’ ongoing research projects, enhance their engagement in OSUN academic and outreach programs, and contribute to Chatham House’s work on the promise and challenge of inclusive global governance in the 21st century.
The fellowships are aimed at researchers and university faculty, in particular scholars leading or contributing to OSUN programs, and aims at supporting the linkage between the OSUN partners and a global community of experts and practitioners in global governance.
Scholars eligible for OSUN Academy Fellowships are based at any of the following OSUN partner institutions and involved in the ongoing and developing OSUN projects and programs:
- Al-Quds University/Al-Quds Bard College of Arts and Sciences
- American University of Beirut
- American University of Bulgaria
- American University of Central Asia
- Arizona State University
- Arizona State University
- Ashesi University
- Bard College
- Bard College Berlin
- Birkbeck, University of London
- BRAC University
- Central European University
- European Humanities University
- National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
- Sciences Po
- SOAS, University of London
- Universidad de los Andes
- Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen
- Rift Valley Institute
- Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research Fields
- International Law
- Global Economy and Finance
- Global Health
- Energy, Environment and Resources
- International security