The University of London’s Centre of African Studies is seeking submissions from Nigerian academics to participate in a Leventis Foundation-funded collaborative research project.
The Leventis Scholarly Co-operation Program was created to help younger academics pursue their research interests in partnership with their London colleagues. Applicants are invited to apply to spend three months as visitors at the Centre of African Studies, where they will be able to do research in the Centre’s libraries and archives and engage in the Centre’s intellectual life.
Criteria for Eligibility
The plan could be especially useful for academics who are putting together a publishable PhD thesis.
Applicants are invited to apply to spend three months as visitors at the Centre of African Studies, where they will be able to do research in the Centre’s libraries and archives and engage in the Centre’s intellectual life.
A Steering Committee in London considers Process Applications. Soon after the deadline of March 31, applicants will receive emails informing them of the Committee’s decision.
Documents Required For Application
- A complete curriculum vitae (maximum 2 pages)
- A statement of current research interests (of not more than 1,000 words) specifying the aims to be achieved during the research period in London
- One academic reference letter supporting the application
Please note that applicants must have a gmail account in order to submit the documents (including references). A gmail account must be created if an applicant does not already have one.
How To Apply
To apply, interested and qualified candidates may go to University of London.
Applicants should fill out the online form to be considered for the fellowship.
Please request that your referee submit your letter of recommendation directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload a copy of the letter here.
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