I know that I cannot be nearly as successful on my own as I can be with a group of intelligent, committed and passionate people. This is why I applied to the Fellows programme.
 

All Atlantic Fellows are fully funded, with courses tailored to meet the time or financial needs of experienced professionals. There are three main tracks in the Atlantic Fellows programme:

 
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Residential Atlantic Fellows

Residential Fellows take the one year MSc Inequalities and Social Science at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

The MSc offers a comprehensive and wide-ranging programme which includes expertise from leading academics in the Departments of Sociology, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Government, Law, Social Policy, Media and Communications, Gender, and Statistics and will provide students with state-of-the-art teaching in this area.

The Fellowship includes all tuition fees, a stipend to cover living costs whilst in London, and expenses for attendance at Atlantic Fellows events.


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Non-Residential Atlantic Fellows

Non-Residential Fellows take a bespoke course, designed specifically to enable those who cannot give up a year of their time to engage with key issues around inequalities via a series of distinct, comprehensive short courses, with both academic sessions and in-the-field work.

The course is delivered by LSE and the University of Cape Town, taking place over seven weeks across the year. In addition the Non-Residential Fellows will undertake practical project work, with support from a dedicated Course Tutor.

The Fellowships are fully funded, with all reasonable travel and accommodation costs covered.


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Visiting Atlantic Fellows

This track is a fantastic opportunity for senior figures in the challenge against inequality to undertake an intensive period of research that will create high profile advances in both academic understanding of and developing practical responses to the challenge of inequality. The Visiting Fellows will benefit from meeting and working alongside the other Atlantic Fellows, and the academics in the International Inequalities Institute.

The Fellowships will be fully-funded, including any reasonable travel, accommodation in London where needed and office space within the III, along with other reasonable research costs.