Fellowships - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Eligibility for:

  • Visiting Erskine Fellowships & Erskine Grants
  • Visiting Canterbury Fellowships & Canterbury Grants
  • Visiting Cambridge Fellowships & Grants
  • Visiting Oxford Fellowships & Grants
  • Through the Erskine Bequest, the University of Canterbury arranges:

    • Visiting Erskine Fellowships
    • Visiting Cambridge Fellowships
    • Visiting Oxford Fellowships;
      and
    • Erskine Grants
    • Cambridge Grants
    • Oxford Grants

    for the following schools/departments:

    • Accountancy and Information Systems
    • Biological Sciences (School)
    • Chemical and Process Engineering
    • Chemistry
    • Civil and Natural Resources Engineering
    • Communication Disorders
    • Computer Science and Software Engineering
    • Economics and Finance
    • Electrical and Computer Engineering
    • Forestry (School)
    • Gateway Antarctica
    • Geography
    • Geological Sciences
    • Health Sciences (School)
    • Philosophy Programme -Humanities & Creative Arts (School)
    • Product Design (School)
    • Linguistics Programme -International, Social & Political Sciences (School)
    • Management, Marketing & Entrepeneurship
    • Mathematics and Statistics
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Physics and Astronomy
    • Psychology
    The University of Canterbury arranges through the Erskine Programme:

     

    • Visiting Canterbury Fellowships
    • Visiting Cambridge Fellowships
    • Visiting Oxford Fellowships;
      and
    • Cambridge Grants
    • Canterbury Grants
    • Oxford Grants

    for the following schools/departments:

    • Educational Studies and Leadership (School)
    • Humanities and Creative Arts (School); (Philosophy not eligible for Canterbury Fellowships)
    • Language, Social and Political Sciences (School); (Linguistics not eligible for Canterbury Fellowships)
    • Law (School of)
    • Māori & Indigenous Studies (School)
    • Sport and Physical Education (School)
    • Teacher Education (School)

    • AND
    • Visiting Māori & Indigenous Studies Fellowship
    • for the School of Maori & Indigenous Studies

    Erskine Bequest eligibility: Each college has an annual quota of Visiting Erskine Fellows and the award of Fellowships is via nomination from the Head of the relevant School/Department, following Departmental consultation, then forwarded to the College Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) for approval. Potential visitors correspond in the first instance with the relevant Head of School/Department or academic colleague and should send a current curriculum vitae together with any accompanying materials.

    Cambridge/Canterbury, Oxford/Canterbury and Canterbury Fellowships and Grants are awarded on a competitive basis with nominations requested yearly, usually in February.

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