This scheme is available to individuals working in an area of interest to the Refugee Law Initiative who wish to undertake research here. Visiting Fellows are expected to participate fully in the activities of the RLI by attending and organising Seminars and Conferences, giving occasional papers and by making themselves available for consultation by students.
Visiting Fellows are attached to the RLI for the period of their tenure and are given full use of the RLI's and Institute of Commonwealth Studies' facilities, including access to the Senate House Libraries, institutional email, and office space on a hot-desking policy. Furthermore, Fellows are encouraged to include their details in the SAS-Directory of Research and Expertise as well as to make use of the SAS online repository service, SAS-Space.
Please see the Fellowships Policy and Guidance for Applicants before applying.
Please note that a bench fee of £2,600 per year (applied pro rata) applies to all Visiting Resarch Fellows who wish to visit the RLI to undertake research for a period of time. If you feel there is a compelling reason for why this fee should not be applied in your case, please explain this in the application form.
Applications should be sent to Susan Reardon-Smith, RLI Academic Support Officer, and should include:
- a completed application form
- an up to date CV
- two references
- a short statement of the research to be undertaken during the period of the proposed Fellowship and/or publications expected to result from it.
Tenure: 3 Months to 1 Year
*Please note that the Institute cannot provide accommodation for Visiting Fellows and successful candidates must make their own arrangements for accommodation for the duration of their tenure.