Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships 2024/25

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Applications are currently open for the Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships 2024/25. Apply Below: 

When is the Application Deadline:

The application deadline for the Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships 2024/25 is 19 July 2024.

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Tell Me About The Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships:

Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, is a world-leading, independent policy institute and a trusted forum for debate and dialogue. The Academy is looking to host a fellow for a short-term, four-month fellowship from October 2024 to January 2025. The fellow will join the Global Economy and Finance Programme.

The fellowship offers candidates at the early to mid-stage of their careers the opportunity to spend four months at Chatham House working with a research program and developing their leadership skills and thematic knowledge.

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Which Fields are Eligible?

All fields 


Fully funded fellowship

Who can Apply for the Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships?

The successful candidate will:

  • Be affiliated with an Open Society University Network (OSUN) institution;
  • Have experience conducting independent research and hold an undergraduate or postgraduate level qualification or have equivalent professional training or experience in a relevant area;
  • Have the relevant background experience, including experience in the field of the proposed research, as demonstrated through a CV;
  • Have proven leadership experience or potential;
  • Show commitment to the Chatham House mission, goals, and values and to identifying evidence-based solutions to some of the world’s most pressing international challenges;
  • Be able to communicate how the fellowship will enable them to create a positive impact, in line with the Chatham House mission and overarching purpose of Academy Fellowships as outlined above;
  • Show motivation to undertake the fellowship, meet all fellowship deliverables, and take full advantage of the networks, events, and opportunities offered at Chatham House; and
  • Demonstrate proficiency in spoken English.

Which Countries Are Eligible?

All countries

Where will the Award be Taken?


How Many Awards?

Not specified

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What is the Benefit of the Open Society University Network Academy Fellowships?

Academy Fellows receive a monthly stipend of £2,365 for London living costs, including accommodation, utilities, food, transport, and other basic expenses.

In addition, the Academy will cover reasonable costs related to:

  • Relocation (Flights, train, etc. to/from the UK, three nights of accommodation, visas, extra cases/boxes, etc.)
  • Payment of the UK’s Immigration Healthcare Surcharge which allows access to the UK National Health Service (Note: you may be required to pay for dental and optical treatments and medicines prescribed by a doctor)
  • Research, outreach, and dissemination costs (fieldwork, travel, conferences, publication, roundtables, events, etc.)

Additionally, Fellows attend the Academy Leadership Programme through which they access:

  • Workshops, seminars, and events
  • Media training
  • Career Coaching
  • Writing support
  • Networking opportunities, including with Chatham House staff, the Academy’s faculty and alumni
  • Chatham House membership upon completion of the fellowship

How to Apply:

Visit the application website below to begin your application

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