The Human Rights Consortium’s Visiting Fellowships in Human Rights enable academics and researchers to spend a period of time – ranging between one to four months – carrying out research within the Consortium. We offer non-stipendiary Visiting Fellowships which are considered on a rolling basis. Longer visits may, in exceptional circumstances, be approved; please contact the Human Rights Consortium if you would wish your Fellowship period to extend beyond four months.
Prospective applicants should be aware that the Human Rights Consortium will only accept applicants to the scheme who can show a clear case for why they should be based specifically at the Human Rights Consortium (including the Refugee Law Initiative). Applicants are expected to make a case for how their time at the Consortium will contribute to our research environment as well as benefit their own research. Please note that if you wish to use the Senate House Libraries, it is possible to obtain admission to the Libraries as a researcher based at a UK or overseas institution with being a Visiting Fellow. Find about more about membership to the Senate House Libraries.
Although neither the Human Rights Consortium nor the School of Advanced Study is able to make living arrangements or organize accommodation for our Visiting Fellows, useful information on housing in London may be found below.