Fellowships and scholarships are tenable for any period from one to ten months between 1 October 2022 and 31 July 2023. Extensions to the original period of the Fellowship may be possible, but will be subject to the same terms.
What the Institute Offers
The Institute can offer office accommodation shared with other Fellows with wifi, internet, email account, photocopying/printing facilities, and access to the University of London’s Senate House Library, where the holdings in Germanic Studies and Latin American Studies are world class. Senate House Library has a substantial collection of books, journals, online resources, theses and archives in all the Modern Languages fields. Fellows can access the libraries of the other Institutes that make up the School of Advanced Study: Advanced Legal Studies, Classical Studies, Historical Research, and the Warburg. Fellows are offered free access to all the Institute’s events and are expected to participate as much as possible in the intellectual life of the Institute. Fellows/Scholars in receipt of external sponsorship are asked to pay a bench fee of £100 per month.
What Visiting Fellows/Scholars Do
Fellows/Scholars contribute to and enhance the scholarly activity of the Institute and the School of Advanced Study. In addition to presenting current work as a seminar or as part of a larger conference, Fellows/Scholars are invited to organise an event either during or resulting from their stay, or otherwise contribute to the work of the Institute. Fellows/Scholars are invited to place a recent, normally unpublished, piece of work in our free open access repository SAS-Space, and to contribute to the IMLR blog, Living Languages. Publications resulting from research conducted during the tenure of the Fellowship must acknowledge the Institute and, where appropriate, a copy should be deposited in Senate House Library or with the Institute Director. At the end of the tenure period, Fellows/Scholars must produce a short report on the activities undertaken at the Institute and progress made in their research.
Living accommodation is not provided and Fellows should make their own arrangements. A list of hotels and guest houses is available on our website, and the University of London Accommodation office may also be able to assist.
Fellows that do not have the right to reside and/or study in the UK will require a visa and must ascertain what category of visa is most suitable for them. You may be eligible to apply for a Standard Visitor Visa, which permits academics to visit for research purposes for periods not more than six months.