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Fellowships at Ƶ

The Ƶ offers a wealth of opportunities for researchers from around the world to join our supportive and enriching research community through our wide-ranging fellowship programme. 

The Ƶ offers an exceptional programme of fellowships in the arts, humanities, social sciences and human rights, with opportunities to be based in Ƶ and our Institute in Paris.

Beyond merely receiving funding, researchers at all stages of their career can benefit from the world-leading resources of our research libraries and the highly supportive, interdisciplinary research communities fostered in our specialist centres and institutes. 

The School of Advanced Study runs over 30 fellowship schemes, outlined below, which attract researchers from around the globe. It also welcomes around 140 visiting research fellows each year who benefit from the School’s unique research resources and multidisciplinary scholarly community.

School of Advanced Study Fellowships

Institute in Paris fellowships

The Ƶ Institute in Paris, in collaboration with the Institute of Historical Research, the Ƶ Policy and Research partnership, the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) and Queen Mary Ƶ (QMUL), offers the Banister Fletcher Global Fellowship. The Fellowship aims to foster interdisciplinary research that reflects and informs the ways urban environments are responding to deepening inequalities and environmental crisis, as well as the effects of rising nationalism. It encourages candidates to consider how their work will benefit the Paris-Ƶ framework, while also contributing to the development of it. 

Find out more about the Banister Fletcher Global Fellowship.

Centre for Online and Distance Education fellowships

The Centre for Online and Distance Education (CODE) offers a number of fellowships that aim to bring together an inclusive representation of thought leaders in research, academic practice and leadership in online and distance education. The Fellows include diverse roles, from teachers and course leaders to researchers, educational technologists, learning designers and policy advisors. 

Find out about fellowships at CODE.