Visiting Fellowships 2023-2024
The College proposes to elect a number of Visiting Fellows, for periods of one, two, or three terms, in the academic year October 2023 to June 2024. These Fellowships are intended to enable their holders to carry out study and research in Oxford and to participate in the academic life of the College and the University. Visiting Fellowships are open in all subjects. Applications will be considered from staff of any university or other institution of higher learning, from other suitably qualified persons who wish to carry out full-time scholarly work in Oxford, and from those in public life (e.g. law, public policy, journalism or the arts). In making its final choice, the College will give weight to intellectual quality, to the interest and feasibility of the research project, and to the benefit of carrying it out in Oxford. The College also aims to create a good disciplinary mix of Visiting Fellows. It is the College’s policy not to offer Visiting Fellowships to persons holding posts in Oxford or already resident in or near Oxford.
There is no stipend, but Visiting Fellows will be entitled to living accommodation, a study in College, and lunches and dinners without charge. Family accommodation is also available. Limited financial subvention may also be offered in exceptional circumstances. Any candidate wishing to apply for financial support should indicate this in the ‘Financial Subvention’ section on the online application form.
The deadline for applications for Visiting Fellowships in the 2022-23 academic year has now passed. Applications for Visiting Fellowships in the 2023-24 academic year will open on Tuesday 31 May 2022. Please see the Further Particulars for detailed information on how to apply. Only applications made through the online CASC application system will be accepted. Applications must be received by 4pm (UK time), Friday 19 August 2022.
The College is committed to promoting diversity, and particularly encourages applications from women, black and minority ethnic candidates, and others with a protected characteristic who are currently under-represented in the academic community at Oxford.