The University of Oxford is pleased to offer this Bodleian Libraries Visiting Fellowships for International Students for the academic year 2020-2021. Fellowships support research visits to use the collections of Bodleian Libraries.
The aim of the Bodleian Libraries is to provide an excellent service to support the learning, teaching and research objectives of the University of Oxford; and to develop and maintain access to Oxford’s unique collections for the benefit of scholarship and society.
The Bodleian Library, the main research library of the University of Oxford, is one of the oldest libraries in Europe. With over 12 million items, it is the second-largest library in Britain after the British Library.
Fellowships for International Students support research in the following:
- classical papyri
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Fellowships for International Students are available for undertaking research in the Bodleian
- medieval and renaissance European manuscripts
- ancient and modern manuscript and printed material from the Americas, Asia, Africa, Australasia and Oceania
- rare printed books
- literary, political and historical papers
- personal and institutional archives
- printed ephemera
Up to £1,800 per month
- Bodleian Visiting Fellowships which is phd fellowships for international students are intended for applicants external to the University of Oxford.
- Applicants for Fellowships should hold a phd at the time of application as its a phd fellowships for international students, or equivalent qualification in their field of research (e.g., holding a curatorial post in a museum or library), unless specified otherwise in the particulars for individual Fellowships as described on the Fellowships webpage.
- Fellowships are open to applicants of any nationality.
How to Apply:
- Applications for all Bodleian Visiting Fellowships (including the BSECS-Bodleian Fellowship and the Dunscombe Colt Fellowship) must include:
- A completed application form
- indicating the preferred dates and length of your visit.
Use one of the following:
- Microsoft Word document: Download, complete, save and submit with the rest of your application
- pdf: Download, complete, save and submit with the rest of your application
- Curriculum vitae
- A proposal for the fellowship
- Two letters of recommendation from the referees named in the application form. candidates must ask the referees to comment on their professional knowledge of the applicant and the contribution the proposed research would make to scholarship.
- January 17, 2020