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The Africa Oxford Initiative (AfOx) invites applications for the 2019 AfOx Visiting Fellowships Programme. Our programme is designed to enhance academic mobility and network building. We support African scholars and researchers working over various areas to spend periods of flexible time in Oxford.

AfOx Team

The Africa Oxford initiative seeks to appoint visiting fellows from Universities and research institutions in Africa at partner Colleges in the University of Oxford.

The fellowship aims to facilitate collaborations, as well a foster research and teaching excellence in African institutions and in the University of Oxford.

The fellowship is for a duration of 4-8 weeks, to be taken up from July to September 2019. Applicants should be legal residents of an African country, holding an appointment in an academic or research institution in an African country.

There are four fellowship schemes to apply for this year: The AfOx Collaborative Fellowship, The AfOx-ASC Fellowship, The AfOx Law Fellowship and The AfOx TORCH Fellowship.

Application deadline: 24th January 2019 at midnight.

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