- We welcome nominations of academics and other university colleagues who are at-risk as a result of the war in Ukraine for visiting positions at Warwick.
- Nominations must be made by Warwick colleagues. Potential visitors from Ukraine should contact a Warwick staff member and/or email us at .
- We will guide local nominators and visitors as to the relevant processes and funding available in each case.
- Warwick colleagues who are interested in hosting via the Homes for Ukraine schemes, please see here.
- We are also working with CaraLink opens in a new window, the Council for At-Risk Academics.
- The schemes below were created for peacetime operations.
Visiting fellowships allow the university to create substantial links with researchers and other high-profile figures from around the globe who will enrich the academic life of the University and help us achieve our strategic aims. The IAS visiting fellowships provide a mechanism to achieve this and to support long-lasting collaborations with researchers around the world.
Our visiting fellowship schemes allow our academics to invite researchers who are already established in an academic career, or make connections outside academia, as well as providing a mechanism to host outstanding postdoctoral researchers to facilitate the development of a fellowship application based at Warwick.
or Associate Professor. Bringing academics or other high-profile figures to Warwick for extended visits and a broad range of longer term activities.
Shorter-term visits for outstanding postdoctoral and early career researchers aimed at developing an application for a major externally funded fellowship
Supported by a generous donation, these fellowships aim to develop lasting research collaborations between Warwick and Europe. Open to those in research, tenure-track or early academic positions at European institutions