Applications are now open for the Richard and Susan Hayden Academy Fellowship. The award is organized by the Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs.
The funding programme supports motivated worldwide candidates pursuing a research degree program in a relevant field for the academic year 2020–2021.
The Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs provides potential and established leaders from around the world the opportunity to spend up to ten months at Chatham House. The vision of this academy is to help build a sustainably secure, prosperous and just world.
Why should apply for this programme? Fellows join a diverse cohort of professionals from a variety of sectors including academia, NGOs, business, government or the media who are looking for the next step or transition in their career.
Application Deadline: September 20, 2020
- Provider: Chatham House
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Research
- Awards: £2,365
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: Not Known
- Nationality: International
- The award can be taken in the UK
- Eligible Countries: All nationalities
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Research degree in International Law, Global Economy and Finance, Global Health, Energy, International Security, Environment and Resources
- Admissible Criteria: It is required that the applicant holds a completed BA degree or equivalent, Masters degree with an international focus is preferred.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To take part in this studentship, aspirants need to apply through the online application form in research degree coursework at the university.
- Supporting Documents: You must submit a CV/resume and names of two referees with their application.
- Admission Requirements: For taking admission, applicants must have previous year degree from a recognized university.
- Language Requirement: Students need to demonstrate that they have a good level of written and spoken English.
The fellow will receive a monthly stipend of £2,365. Modest provision is made for the costs of relocation, fieldwork, and possible publication costs.