Deadline: 10 January 2021
Open to: early-career researchers who are citizens or residents of any African country
Benefits: stipend of £1,300 per month
The British Council, in partnership with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh, has developed the British Council “Decolonising Digital” Fellowship opportunity for early-career researchers from Africa who are living and working on the continent.
The successful candidate will undertake a 7 month research fellowship based with IASH at the University of Edinburgh, starting in April 2021. During their fellowship, Fellows will work closely with British Council experts in the UK and Africa to refine and shape the direction of their research and its outputs. There will be further opportunities to share, disseminate and apply the findings of the research in collaboration with the British Council in Africa once the fellowship is completed.
Open to early-career researchers who are citizens of any African country and resident on the continent.
In addition, applicants must have:
Fellows will receive:
For more information, visit the official website.