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Information for Teaching Fellows

Please find below information for Teaching Fellows in the Centre for the History of Medicine and the Department of History.

We encourage Visiting Researchers/Teaching Fellows within the Centre to engage with the Centre research environment; attending research seminars, Centre events etc. The Centre may also ask an individual to present a research seminar paper and advise research students, where appropriate.

You may also like to see our Visiting Researchers / Visiting Students information.



Funding Opportunities - to view Postdoctoral Funding and some examples of successful Postdoctoral applications


Information on 'Visiting the University'

Campus Map


Centre for the history of medicine - undergraduate / Postgraduate modules


Department of History - Teaching

Information for staff teaching in the History Department and CHM (accessible once registered)


Teaching Fellows - Terms and conditions (Warwick Human Resources Department)



The Department is not able to provide individual guidance or assistance to research scholars who are seeking housing. Warwick Accommodation Office may be able to assist with listings of locally available apartments and rooms; their services are generally available to all University I.D. holders.


Bank Accounts

Information from our International office on UK bank account set up.



The Centre and History department hold office computers and Teaching Fellows will be allowed access to a PC, you may also however, wish to make provision of your own if you have specific PC requirements.



International Office - Insurance information


Office/Desk Space
The Centre, at present, holds three offices with an approximate total of 12 desk spaces for named Post-doctoral Fellows.

If you are teaching within the History Department you may be allocated an office space to assist with student feedback and possibly teaching seminars. The History department, for these reasons, will endeavour to allocate an office space for sole use, either for the duration of your fellowship or selected office hours.


Visa - International Scholars
Post-doctoral Fellows who are not EU citizens must obtain a visa to enter the United Kingdom and must prove that they have adequate funds to support themselves and any dependents who will be traveling with them for the duration of their visit. To allow sufficient time to process visa paperwork, it is recommended that individuals who are not EU citizens allow at least three months from the time they formally apply to the Department and the date they expect to enter the U.K. to begin their visit.

International Office - Applying for visa information