Applications will close on 14 November at 5pm.
Applications for Churchill Fellowships are now open.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make change happen in an issue you care passionately about.
Churchill Fellows are funded to spend up to two months discovering new approaches and best practice in their chosen topic, from innovators and leading professionals worldwide.
Global learning can be carried out in person (through international travel), online from the UK (through online meetings with individuals and organisations in other countries) or a mixture of the two.
You will then be supported to share your insights and turn these ideas into action in the UK.
Fellowships are open to all UK adult citizens regardless of their age, qualifications or background.
Applicants and projects that would not receive funding from any other source are prioritised, and those with lived or learned experience of the issue they wish to address, are also welcomed.
The Fellowship experience is life-changing for many.
In their annual survey of Fellows’ impact, the majority report significant growth in their knowledge, networks, confidence and standing – and projects that may have started with local aspirations have often grown to national scale. In the 2021 survey, 100% of Fellows said they would recommend applying for a Fellowship.
This year applications can be made in one of these topical themes:
- Arts and communities
- Caring for our natural environment
- Children and young people with experience of care
- Climate change
- Education in schools
- Palliative and end of life care
- Physical activity for healthier lives
- Resilient economies and communities
- Tech for all
- Open theme for anything beyond this range
Applications made this year are for projects to begin from August 2024 onwards.
Applicant Insight Webinar
An Applicant Insight Webinar will be held on Wednesday 20 September, 12.00 to 1.00 pm, for anyone interested in applying for a 2024 Fellowship.
The webinar will include presentations from the Churchill Fellowship team on what a Fellowship entails and how to apply. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Hear from two Churchill Fellows: Zara Todd (CF 2016) and Arfah Farooq (CF 2017) who will share their experience of their own Fellowships and top tips for making a successful application.
The webinar will be recorded and shared on their website afterwards.
To join the webinar on the day, simply click on the link below. There is no need to register in advance.