Applying to be an Academic Visitor
The Centre for Criminology invites applications from research-active academics who wish to spend at least one term participating in the intellectual life of the Centre.
Applications are welcome from scholars in any field of criminology, although preference is given to applicants whose research is related to the research programmes of the Centre. Academic Visitors are provided with a workspace and access to related facilities in the Centre, but there is no financial or administrative support associated with this position. Academic Visitors are expected to participate in the intellectual life of the Centre. We cannot accept visitors on this scheme for less than one month.
Applications are encouraged from academics at any level of seniority or experience. Doctoral students wishing to spend part of their studies in the Centre for Criminology can apply to become a Recognised Student.
How to apply
Applications can be made up to four terms ahead of your chosen dates i.e one academic year plus one term. We have three deadlines for these applications: Monday 30th November 2020, Monday 8th March 2021 and Monday 14th June 2021. The Centre will consider gathered fields of applications after each of these dates and let applicants know as soon as possible. Early applications are encouraged as we cannot guarantee places will be available come the March and June deadline.
Please email a covering letter and a 1-page summary of your proposed research, outlining what you hope to achieve during your visit to the Centre, to the Centre Administrator. Potential applicants should contact Prof. Rachel Condry with any queries. The fee is £500 per term/part of a term, which can be paid for securely here if you application is successful.
Please visit this link on our UK visa requirements for overseas visitors
The Centre charges £6,000 per year, or £2,000 per term for Postdoctoral Fellows. This fee is to cover administrative charges, facilities and supervision/mentoring support for the Visitor. Postdoctoral Fellows will meet with their supervising faculty member during the course of the term or year in order to receive guidance on their project.