Chatham House is pleased to invite applications for the Queen Elizabeth II Academy Research Award for Leadership in International Affairs.
The Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs offers potential and established leaders from around the world the opportunity to spend up to 12 months at Chatham House. The Queen Elizabeth Academy Fellowship is worth a monthly stipend of £2,228.
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About Queen Elizabeth II Academy Research Award
The Academy offers potential and established leaders from around the world the opportunity to spend up to 12 months as fellows of the Academy.
Housed in the unique and neutral Chatham House, the Academy builds on the international reputation of the Institute for Independent Thinking, Cutting-Edge Research, and Informed Debate.
It also benefits from the location of Chatham House in the heart of London, one of the world’s most dynamic and global cities.
Level / Field of Study
The Queen Elizabeth II Academy Research Award is for Leadership in International Affairs.
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The fellow will receive a monthly stipend of £2,228. It makes a modest provision for relocation, fieldwork, and publication costs.
Eligibility For The Queen Elizabeth Academy Fellowships 2023
- The fellowship is open to citizens of Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Greece, Russia, Eurasia, Asia, and the Pacific.
- Applications will also be accepted from applicants holding dual nationality, including one of these countries.
- It is required that the applicant holds a completed BA degree or equivalent, Master’s degree with an international focus is preferred.
- The fellowship is aimed at candidates in the mid-stage of their careers and who come from academia, NGOs, business, government departments, civil society, or the media. They should know and be interested in one of the policy-related challenges in the research topics in ‘Research Topics.’
The fellowship is valid for 10 months, from mid-September 2023 to mid-July 2023. The fellow will be based full-time at Chatham House in London.
The time of a fellow is divided into three key areas:
- Completing a personal research project of the fellow’s design undertaken with the guidance of a Chatham House expert (approximately 50%).
- Contributing to the ongoing research activities of their host research team and other Chatham House teams as appropriate (approximately 20%).
- Participation in the Academy’s Leadership Programme (approximately 30%). The Leadership Programme is a key part of the Academy fellowships. It allows fellows to develop their knowledge, skills, network, and self-awareness, which they can then draw upon in their future careers as effective leaders in their field.
All Academy fellows participate in, and contribute to, the Academy’s Leadership Programme, which encompasses the following components:
- Intensive induction week. Academy fellowships begin with an intensive five-day induction week at Chatham House to become familiarized with the elements of the fellowships and the Leadership Programme, meet their host research program, and have their first personal development coaching session.
- Weekly discussion seminars. These sessions highlight the principal substantive and skills-based areas the Academy believes are vital for informed and effective international leadership. Fellows are expected to contribute to and learn from one another’s experiences.
- Global Introductions off-site visits. These half-day visits occur approximately every two months, allowing fellows to meet with leaders and senior decision-makers from various sectors. Previous visits have included the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Department for International Development, Standard Chartered, and Thomson Reuters.
- Leadership workshops. Every two months, fellows participate in half-day workshops focusing on specific aspects of leadership, such as ‘Leadership in a new role’ and ‘Fostering innovation and entrepreneurship.
- Project presentations. Fellows present updates on their research projects, which help fellows develop presentation skills, provide a valuable forum for peer review, and think about and analyze issues outside their expertise.
- Personal development coaching. Fellows join the Academy seeking to grow their self-awareness through monthly one-on-one sessions with a dedicated coach, with whom they set personal development objectives that they work to meet during their fellowship and beyond.
- Media training. Fellows learn how to interview effectively on television and radio, culminating in a mock interview from which they receive feedback on their presentation style and any areas of improvement.
- ‘Leaders Who Lunch’ – Academy fellows will have priority in participating in the ‘Leaders Who Lunch’ series allowing them to discuss leadership experiences and lessons in an informal setting with acknowledged leaders from government, business, media, and the non-profit sectors.
- Career mentors. Fellows have the option to have an external career mentor during their fellowship. Mentors are independent of the Academy and Chatham House and are picked individually for each fellow based on their career objectives.
How To Apply For Chatham House Academy Fellowships
Please submit the following documents together in pdf format:
- Completed application form
- Scanned copy of the photo page of your passport
- One short published writing sample in English. You must be the sole author of the writing sample, no longer than 10 A4 pages.
All documents must be submitted in English.
To apply, visit the individual pages for the fellowship (choose your region)
Deadline For The Queen Elizabeth Academy Fellowships 2023
The deadline for the Queen Elizabeth II Chatham House Academy Fellowships application is April 29, Yearly. After which further applications will not qualify.
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The Queen Elizabeth Academy Fellowships FAQ
There is a new call for applications every year in spring, details of which are posted on the Academy section of the Chatham House website. Please note that we do not accept applications outside of our recruitment rounds.
Applications are made through the Academy’s online application portal. You can save and return your application as you progress through it. For more information on the application process, please refer to our ‘How to apply’ pages.
Applicants who are successful in their interview will be notified by email and receive contracts setting out the terms and conditions of the fellowship.
Applicants who are unsuccessful in their interview will be notified by email.
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