LSE Cities welcomes applications for long-term Visiting Appointments of up to 3 years through the School’s Visiting Appointment scheme. There are different types of fellowships: Visiting Fellow, Senior Fellow or Professor.
LSE Cities Visiting Fellow
For Post-doctoral researchers or professionals at a broadly comparable level in the early stages of their career. Applicants will have completed a PhD at the time of their application.
LSE Cities Visiting Senior Fellow
For academics who are of the lecturer, senior lecturer or reader level and professionals at a broadly comparable level in their profession.
LSE Cities Visiting Professor
The School may confer the title of Visiting Professor on persons of appropriate distinction whose connections with the School are appropriate to the visiting title. This includes individuals with a non-academic background who may have achieved prominence in public life, or who have attained distinction in their profession.
Applications for long-term fellowships must be submitted to LSE Cities to be considered by the Centre’s Management committee. If accepted at this stage, they will be forwarded to the School’s Appointments Committee. Candidates will be informed of the outcome of their application as soon as possible thereafter, but please note that the selection procedure may take several months.
In order to apply, you will need to submit the following documents in electronic format to Sarah Davis S.J.Davis@LSE.ac.uk:
– a completed application form;
– an updated CV;
– a statement of maximum 2 pages describing your motivation and how you expect to contribute to the work being undertaken at LSE Cities. Please include details on your proposed research agenda and how it fits with the centre’s research goals, as well as any LSE Cities projects which are of particular interest to you.
Only complete applications received are assured full consideration.