Southlands College, University of Roehampton, invites Methodist and Wesleyan scholars and experienced practitioners from Churches outside Great Britain and Ireland to spend a period in residence during the academic year. Funding will be provided by the Southlands Methodist Trust to cover the costs of accommodation on or near our London campus. In addition, the Fellow will be offered access to the library and other learning and co-curricular facilities at the University, and honorary membership of the relevant academic School/Department. Workspace will be negotiated as needed.
The Susanna Wesley Fellow will be expected to play an active part in the seminars of the relevant School/Department within the University of Roehampton and to host a suitable event in order to share the fruits of their time in residence. Where appropriate, they will also be encouraged to participate in the worship life of Southlands College and the wider Roehampton Chaplaincy (which is ecumenical and inter-faith) and of the wider British Methodist Connexion.
In keeping with the ethos and history of the college, applications are particularly sought from those traditionally under-represented in higher education.
The Fellowship is offered for up to two months and can be taken in either academic semester (Semester 1 – October to December; Semester 2 – February to June).
For initial queries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For further criteria and application form download the application form:Susanna Wesley Visiting Fellowship