Since its establishment in 1967, the Centre for International Studies has hosted more than 180 visiting scholars from around the world. These fellows connect the Centre to more than 70 countries through their home affiliations or research topics. Academics at all levels of seniority, from postdoc to Professor, have enjoyed fellowships at the Centre alongside practitioners taking time for scholarly reflection on their practical experience. Fellows have visited from organisations such as the World Trade Organisation, the International Monetary Fund, the UK Cabinet Office, the Commonwealth Secretariat, the BBC, the US Defence Department and Treasury, the European Community, the Kazakh Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Indian army, as well as universities, NGOs and think tanks from each continent.
Details of the Fellows, past and present, can be found by following the links below.
If you are interested in a visiting appointment at the CIS, see Visiting Appointments for details of how to apply.