Jobs, Funding & Research Opportunities

The Centre regularly advertises jobs, funding and research opportunities. These will be listed below and promoted through our mailing list and our social media accounts. Join our mailing list, follow us on Twitter, and like us on Facebook to stay updated on all our opportunities.

Job Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies at the Middle East Centre.

Academic Collaboration with Arab Universities Programme: Internal Call for Proposals

The LSE Middle East Centre invites applications for academic collaborative research projects in social, political, and economic sciences between researchers at LSE and at Arab Universities. These projects may involve collaborative research or capacity building.

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Visiting Appointments

The Middle East Centre welcomes applications for Visiting Fellowships on a rolling basis. Fellowships are mainly offered to researchers who will make a significant contribution to the work of the MEC. Fellowships may also be given to recognise or enable contributions to the MEC from those in journalism, government service, in professional practice, or in other appropriate fields. Please note that the MEC receives a high number of applications and is only able to support a very small proportion of these that fit best with the Centre’s research programmes and capacity. Visiting Fellowships are unpaid. PhD students are not eligible.

For further information, please contact Robert Lowe: r.lowe@lse.ac.uk

Kuwait Programme Research Grants

The Kuwait Programme, LSE Middle East Centre, invites applications for Research Grants from researchers at LSE.

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Master's Dissertation Prize

The LSE Middle East Centre is delighted to announce the launch of a prize for LSE Master’s students. Designed to encourage and celebrate outstanding research on the Middle East and North Africa, the prize will be awarded annually to the most innovative and significant dissertations focussing on the region.

The winner receives £250, the runner-up £150, and each will be invited to contribute a blog piece related to their research to the MEC Blog. The prize is awarded in December, and last year's winners were William Bullock Jenkins and Maria Geftar.

More on last year's prize