The Charles Wallace Visiting Fellowship Programme provides assistance to mid-career professionals who wish to undertake short visits to the United Kingdom to broaden their professional knowledge, skills and contacts.
The fellowship will enable a Pakistani academic or professional to undertake a short working visit to their host university in the UK, with the aim of broadening their professional knowledge, skills and contacts. The content of a fellowship normally takes the form of professional interaction, study and research.
University of Oxford’s Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme Visiting Fellowship:
The Charles Wallace Pakistan Trust will sponsor one scholar or practitioner from Pakistan as a visitor to the University of Oxford’s Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme (CSASP) at the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA) in Trinity term (28 April- 22 June 2019). The deadline for applications is Friday 30 November 2018.
The fellowship will enable a Pakistani academic or professional to undertake a short working visit to the CSASP with the aim of broadening their research experience, professional knowledge, and contacts. For details, click here
- Be Pakistani national, residing in Pakistan
- Academic applicants must hold a PhD
- Applicants must have at least five years’ relevant experience.
SOAS Charles Wallace Pakistan Fellowship:
One fellowship is awarded annually by the Charles Wallace Pakistan Trust to a Pakistani scholar whose research and career would particularly benefit from the opportunity of spending 3 months at SOAS. The 3 month placement, located within the SOAS South Asia Institute, is ordinarily taken up between March and June. For details, click here
- Be Pakistani national, residing in Pakistan, aged between 30 and 50
- Have a firm offer (for the period of time applied for) from a UK institution.
- Apply only in the subject areas listed below. Applications in other subject areas will not be considered.
Award holders will receive a grant of £1,400 per month, and a contribution of £815 towards international travel costs. The award-holders are responsible to make all arrangements in the UK in consultation with their host university.
Eligible Subject Areas
Eligible disciplines are as follows: Social Sciences, Social Development, humanities, education, arts and creative industries, environmental sciences, and Health Sciences.
How to Apply
Applications for 2018 are currently closed.