Application Due Date: 22 October 2019 at 11.59 GMT.
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity Program is a transformative experience that stresses knowing, connection and reflection.
For both the Residential Fellows and our Non-Residential Fellows, the fellowship journey starts with an immersive year at the London School of Economics and Government, centred around 4 essential discovering Modules. It is an extreme and requiring year that needs complete dedication as Fellows sign up with a neighborhood that assists to support, obstacle and deepen their knowing and practice.
Are you a change-maker devoted to eliminating inequality? Do you wish to gain from scholars, innovators, activists and social modification organisations, and the current scholastic research study and specialist insights on inequalities?
Are you all set to establish yourself and your management technique to jointly assist in modification? Are you all set to sign up with forces with a long-lasting international network of peers?
The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program is a financed fellowship based at the International Inequalities Institute at the London School of Economics and Government It is among 7 interconnected Atlantic Fellowships worldwide.
The program provides 2 tracks: Residential and Non-Residential. Individuals in both tracks take part in extensive scholastic coursework, management advancement and useful methods to promoting social modification.
The Fellowship is particularly eager to support candidates:
- Who reside in the international South (in specific Africa, Far East, the Middle East, Latin America, Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent), although this aspect will never ever be thought about in seclusion.
- Who do not otherwise have the resources to fund their involvement in activities such as these, particularly individuals from the international South.
- Who have not currently had substantial access to fellowships or scholarships.
Applications to the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program are evaluated by the AFSEE group, operating in cooperation with Senior Fellows and external consultants consisting of program partners.
Residential Fellows carry out a full-time, 1 year MSc in Inequalities and Social Science at LSE, in addition to AFSEE Modules and a devoted mentorship.
The Residential Track is just ideal for individuals who have the ability to devote themselves to full-time research study for a complete scholastic year. Residential Fellows are needed to move to London throughout of the MSc program. For the 2020-21 accomplice, Residential Fellows will be anticipated to be resident in London from mid-September 2020 ( precise date TBC).
MSC IN INEQUALITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
The MSc in Inequalities and Social Science at LSE is a thorough, interdisciplinary and comprehensive program that makes use of know-how from leading academics in LSEs departments consisting of Sociology, Social Policy, Media and Communications, Economics, Gender, Federal Government, and Method. Its core course supplies a strong grounding in the research study, measurement and structures of inequalities. Extra optional courses, fit to a broad series of interests, are provided.
The Residential Track of the AFSEE program supplies an extensive discovering experience centred on structure extensive, interdisciplinary understanding in inequalities and research study abilities. Residential Fellows will concentrate on enhancing their understanding and understanding base in order to go on to lead advances in services to inequalities. Residential Fellows are anticipated to get here with a clear program and prepare for using the understanding and research study abilities they will acquire through their involvement in an immersive scholastic experience.
In addition to their dedication to their MSc degree research study, Residential Fellows will take part in 4 AFSEE Modules *, together with Non-Residential Fellows.
- Module 1: Core Concepts in Social and Economic Inequalities, September 2020|London, UK
- Module 2: Management and Social Modification, November 2020|London, UK
- Module 3: Management and Social Modification, April 2021|London, UK
- Module 4: Inequalities in Africa and Collective Management, June 2021|Cape Town, South Africa
* Predicted dates; based on modification.
Assistance and financing
Residential Fellows get assistance from a devoted LSE scholastic coach, from the AFSEE Academic Lead through regular monthly conferences and routine check-ins, and by means of more chances for engagement provided throughout the year.
The Residential Track of the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity program is a financed fellowship.The fellowship consists of complete tuition charges, an ₤18,000 stipend to cover living expenses while in London, travel to and from Cape Town for the South Africa module, and travel to and from London at the start and end of the active Fellowship, consisting of repayment of visa charges.
Applications open on 28 August 2019 for the 2020-21 accomplice of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity.
Applications close on 22 October 2019 at 11.59 GMT. We are not able to think about applications gotten after this time. All applications need to be total by this date to be thought about.
On 4 February 2020, the application shortlist will be settled. All candidates will be called and informed whether they have actually been shortlisted.
All shortlisted candidates will be welcomed to interview. Online teleconferencing interviews will occur from 17 to 21 February 2020
The last choice of the 2020-21 accomplice of Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity will be made in early March 2020
All shortlisted candidates will be informed of the program’s choice by mid-March 2020
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