Churchill Fellowship is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to expand your professional and personal horizons by researching an issue that you care about, with the global leaders in that subject, anywhere in the world. We will fund you to spend up to two months overseas, meeting experts, visiting projects and learning new ideas. And when you return, we will help you to use what you’ve learned to make change happen in your sector or community. Not only that, the status of being a Churchill Fellow can open doors in your workplace, your sector and around the world. It gives you the credentials, knowledge, and confidence to progress a cause that’s close to your heart.
Moreover, After their journeys, Fellows tell us they feel recharged and inspired. They value the time to think, learn and take stock of their subject and their career. Also, They come home with new perspectives and directions – and the drive to put them into practice.
Fellows go on to become experts and leaders in their fields, set up projects and organizations, and influence practice and policy in their workplace, region and even across the nation. We choose them for their ideas and commitment and we back them every step of the way – because a Churchill Fellowship is for life.
Further, Every UK citizen can apply for a Churchill Fellowship. They are looking for people from all parts of society and all age groups, who are keen to make a contribution to their community or profession. They are interested in talent and commitment, which can come from anywhere.
Fellows come from all over the UK and from many different backgrounds. They do not require qualifications, but you should be passionate about what you do and keen to share your passion to inspire others.
To apply, you must satisfy all of these criteria:
Applications for the next round of Churchill Fellowships are open from 16 May to 5pm on 17 September 2019. These are for research trips in 2020 and beyond.
You can apply: