Applications call for Chevening CLORE Fellowship in the United Kingdom. The Chevening/Clore Fellowship is a tailored program of leadership development that aims to enrich and transform cultural practice and engagement by developing leadership potential, acumen and skills. It brings together some of the most creative and dynamic cultural leaders in the UK and internationally for an intense personal and professional learning experience unlike any other. The Chevening/Clore Fellowship will support you to be the leader you have the potential to be, through in-depth learning, tailored to your individual needs, aspirations and circumstances.
The Chevening CLORE Fellowship runs in 2022, from March – September 2022, with a loose framework designed to boost the development of exceptional cultural leaders at a pivotal point in their career.
As a part of Chevening CLORE Fellowship, each international fellow will undertake an individually tailored program based in the UK which will include:
- Two residential leadership courses in March and September 2022.
- Three day-long non-residential skills-based workshops.
- A two-day ‘Urban Intensive ’ team project.
- A 360° leadership profile.
- A four to six week secondment in a UK based cultural organization, (normally in an organisation or field very different to your usual workplace or practice) where you’ll be working on a ‘live’ project set by your host organization.
- Bespoke learning opportunities through conferences, courses and study visits and peer/sector networking.
- Focused support from a mentor or coach.
- Thought leadership exploration through a written provocation paper.
A Chevening CLORE Fellowship includes a training budget of up to £18,500 to cover:
- Up to two return economy flights from your home country to the UK to undertake fellowship activities.
- Accommodation while in the UK.
- Living expenses while in the UK.
- A period of secondment for approximately 4-6 weeks at a cultural institution in the UK.
- Individually tailored fellowship learning plan which may include participation in courses conferences and other processional development activities in the UK.
- Course and conference fees within the UK.
- Training and development costs within the UK.
- Travel in the UK.
- South Africa
Chevening/Clore Fellowship applicants must have the following criteria
- Intend to return to the country they were selected from at the end of the period of study.
- Hold a degree that is equivalent to at least a good UK second-class honors degree or have equivalent professional training and/or experience.
- Have completed at least five years’ (or higher as required by Clore Leadership) work, or equivalent experience, by the end of 2021.
- Have not already received or been receiving financial benefit from an HMG funded fellowship.
- Meet the minimum requirements in accordance with the main fellowship scheme.
- Not hold dual nationality where one nationality is British (other than for nationals exempt from this requirement listed in the Chevening Guidance for Applicants).
- Applicants should also review the Clore Leadership Programmes key attributes.