Visiting Fellowships require a review and selection process and applications are considered for approval at regular intervals throughout the academic year. The next deadline for fellowships beginning in October 2017 is 26 May 2017.
Your application should include the following:
A curriculum vitae, including information about your human rights experience and your research experience and interests, together with a list of relevant publications.
An application form (on the right of this page), containing information about your planned research, the benefits the fellowship will bring to your ongoing human rights work; and the ways in which you expect LSE Human Rights to benefit from the collaboration. You are also asked to provide confirmation of financial support for the study period.
Two academic/employment references, which should be sent directly to LSE Human Rights. Please ask each referee to address the following matters in their reference:
- Your suitability to undertake a fellowship at LSE Human Rights, in the light of your particular interests and experience
- The likely benefits to you, and to your future career, of undertaking such a fellowship
- The likely benefits to LSE Human Rights
- The capacity in which they know you