Application Form 2014 The Julius Fellowship at Chatham House Deadline for applications: 27 July 2014 www.chathamhouse.org Page 2 of 6 The 2015 Julius Fellowship will start in January 2015 for up to 12 months. Please submit this form in PDF format by email. If you have any questions please email: [email protected] 1. PERSONAL DETAILS Surname/Family Name: Other Names (in Full): Preferred Name: Sex (F/M): Date, City and Country of Birth: Nationality: Passport Number, Date and Place of Issue: Current Occupation: Work Address: Home Address: Street: Street: City: City: Region: Region: Country: Country: Postal code: Postal code: Tel. No.: Tel. No.: Email: Email: Page 3 of 6 2. FELLOWSHIP RESEARCH PROJECT Please provide a short summary of your proposed research (Maximum 400 words) Page 4 of 6 3. APPLICATION QUESTIONS How will you benefit from the Julius Fellowship? (Maximum 400 words) Page 5 of 6 How do you think Chatham House might benefit from your time here? (For example, what new perspectives will you bring, do you have any ideas for activities you would like to arrange?) (Maximum 400 words) Where did you hear about the Fellowship? Page 6 of 6 4. REFEREES Please provide the names, work address, email address and telephone numbers of two referees and indicate your relationship to them: 1. 2. 5. APPLICANT’S SIGNATURE Applicant signature: Date of submission: PLEASE SEND THIS APPLICATION FORM BY EMAIL IN PDF FORMAT, TOGETHER WITH THE DOCUMENTS LISTED BELOW, TO [email protected] ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN ENGLISH Please check you have enclosed the following, as PDF files by email to Chatham House: 1. 2. 3. 4. Completed application form (available on the Chatham House website); Curriculum Vitae (maximum two sides); Fellowship research project proposal (maximum 1,000 words); Two short writing samples in English, including preferably one published sample; The research proposal should outline the topic to be investigated and the likely methodology, and must explain the project’s importance and policy relevance. It should also describe any necessary fieldwork and provide a timeline of activities to indicate how the proposed work would be completed during the Fellowship. Two referees, at least one being academic, should each send a letter of reference by email directly to Chatham House at [email protected] before the application deadline. The candidate’s name should be included in the email subject line. The application deadline is 23:59 Sunday 27 July 2014 (UK time). Incomplete or late applications, and applications that do not adhere to the criteria outlined above, will not be considered. Short-listed candidates will be invited to interview on Tuesday 16 September 2014.