Timing: Academic visitors may start at any time during the year, subject to agreement between the visitor and LSE Human Rights.The application process can take several months, so applicants should keep this in mind when considering the start date for their proposed fellowship.
Duration: Fellowships will normally run for between three and twelve months, but longer visits may be approved. Fellowships should usually be at least three months in duration, with at least two of the months being in term-time.
Status in the School: Academic visitors have access to the facilities of LSE Human Rights within the Department of Sociology, and will also be able to enjoy access to many of the facilities of LSE as a whole.
Funding: Applications can only be considered from those who already have (or expect to have) adequate financial support.
Computer facilities and desk space: Academic vistors will be provided with an LSE login and email address, and access to hot-desk space.
Accommodation: the School is not able to make any arrangements for the accommodation of visitors. The accommodation for students website, however, provides useful guidance on finding private rented housing.