Opportunities for Visiting the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing

Short term visitors

Short term visitors are encouraged, particularly if they are working closely with an OIA member on our key research themes, to spend a period of independent self-directed study and research at the Institute. All short term visitors are asked to contribute a donation to the Institute's Leslie Kirkley Fund to support emerging researchers from developing and transitional economies. Application forms for short term visitors are below.

Visiting Academic Application Form
Visiting Post-doc Application Form
Visiting Junior Academic Application Form


The Leslie Kirkley Fellowship for scholars/policy makers/practitioners from non OECD countries

The OIA is able to annually sponsor emerging researchers and those from the corporate and policy / practice world from Latin America, Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe (from non-OECD Countries) through a designated bursary. These visits are for one academic term only and the bursary does not include costs related to travel, accommodation and other personal living expenses.

OECD Countries List
Lesley Kirkley Fellowship Application Form
Lesley Kirkley Reference Form
Leslie Kirkley Information for Applicants


The James Martin Fellowship for scholars from OECD countries

The OIA is able to annually sponsor emerging researchers and those from the corporate and policy / practice world from OECD Countries through a designated bursary. These visits are for one academic term only and the bursary does not include costs related to travel, accommodation and other personal living expenses.

OECD Country List
James Martin Fellowship Application Form
James Martin Reference Form
Information for Applicants


Collen Visitor’s Programme

The Collen programme broadly explores the population change in developing countries
 

Collen Visiting Associates (research /policy /practice background):
Collen Visiting Associate Application Form.doc
Collen Visiting Associate Reference Form
Information for Applicants
Collen Visiting Fellows (on post-doctoral level):
Collen Visiting Fellow Application form
Information for Applicants

Applications will be considered on an ongoing basis and the Institute is committed to annually sponsor up to ten candidates through designated bursaries. Collen Visitors will independently work on any one or more of the Collen Programme themes. The duration of the visit will depend on specific visa regulations but a period not less than 3 months is preferred.

Applicants must provide:

  • A completed application form
  • A current CV
     

Fellowships in connection with joint research applications

The OIA would be happy to act as a co-applicant/host institution for a variety of scholarships including the following schemes/fellowships: