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British Academys Visiting Fellowships

The British Academys Visiting Fellowships programme provides outstanding
academics based in any country overseas with the opportunity to be based at
a UK higher education or other research institution. The programme is open
to academics at any career stage, and in any discipline within the
humanities and social sciences.


Visiting Fellowships illustrate the British Academys profound and on-going
commitment to international engagement. The aim of this programme is to
ensure that the UK remains an attractive, welcoming, and productive research
environment for academics globally. Through this programme, the Academy aims

*	enhance and build new links between scholars from around the globe
and in the UK;
*	foster opportunities and encourage the development of new and future
partnerships for collaborative research into the humanities and social
*	enable academics from across the globe to undertake research and/or
professional development with UK colleagues;
*	strengthen the UKs research bases in the humanities and the social

Eligibility requirements

Visiting Fellows must be of postdoctoral level or above, or have equivalent
research experience at the time of application. Candidates should be based
outside of the UK at the time of application. Applicants may be on permanent
or fixed-term contracts. Fixed-term contracts must not end before the end
date of the Visiting Fellowship. Independent scholars are also welcome to

Applicants must demonstrate that they have been in contact with their UK
host institution prior to applying. Please note that the British Academy is
not able to assist with locating of facilitating contact with a UK host

The British Academy welcomes applications from a diverse range of UK host
institutions, and would particularly encourage applications from
historically and / or structurally disadvantaged groups, low-income
countries, and female researchers.

For more details about the Visiting Fellowship programme, including
eligibility requirements, please see the
 scheme notes.

Value and duration

Visiting Fellowships are available for a period of between three to six
months. Applicants will be asked to provide their preferred start date for
their Fellowship over the spring and summer (March-August 2023).

The maximum funding available is 33,000.

Application process

Applications must be submitted online using the British Academys Grant
Management System (GMS), Flexi-Grant.


The deadline for applications is 17:00 (GMT) on Wednesday 30 November 2022.

Gianluca Miscione
University College Dublin
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