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Applications for the 2022-23 Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme are now open. Apply now.

The Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme is a transformative experience that emphasises learning, connection and reflection.

For both our Residential Fellows and our Non-Residential Fellows, the fellowship journey begins with an immersive year at the London School of Economics and Political Science, centred around four key learning Modules. It is an intense and demanding year that requires full commitment from Fellows as they join a community that helps to support, challenge and deepen their learning and practice.

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Fellowship is also a lifelong journey. At the end of their active fellowship year at LSE, Fellows will have the opportunity to build their engagement in the Atlantic Fellows global community, in the company of Senior Fellows from all seven Atlantic Fellows programmes around the world.


Residential Track

We offer up to 9 Residential Fellowships annually.

Residential Fellows in the 2022-23 programme will undertake a full-time, one-year MSc in Inequalities and Social Science at LSE, in addition to AFSEE Modules and a dedicated mentorship.

The Residential Track is only suitable for people who are able to dedicate themselves to full-time study for a full academic year. Residential Fellows are required to relocate to London for the duration of the MSc programme. For the 2022-23 cohort, Residential Fellows will be expected to be resident in London from mid-September 2022.

MSC IN INEQUALITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

The MSc in Inequalities and Social Science at LSE is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary and wide-ranging programme that draws on expertise from leading academics in LSEs departments including Sociology, Social Policy, Media and Communications, Economics, Gender, Government, and Methodology. Its core course provides a strong grounding in the study, measurement and structures of inequalities. Additional elective courses, suited to a broad range of interests, are offered.

The Residential track of the AFSEE programme provides an intensive learning experience centred on building rigorous, interdisciplinary knowledge in inequalities and research skills. Residential Fellows will focus on improving their understanding and knowledge base in order to go on to lead advances in solutions to inequalities. Residential Fellows are expected to arrive with a clear agenda and plan for applying the knowledge and research skills they will gain through their participation in an immersive academic experience.

AFSEE MODULES

In addition to their commitment to their MSc degree study, Residential Fellows will participate in four AFSEE Modules, alongside Non-Residential Fellows.

  • Module 1: Foundations of Social and Economic Inequalities: Tuesday 6 – Friday 16 September 2022 | London, UK

  • Module 2: Policy for Equity: Monday 31 October – Friday 4 November 2022 | Online

  • Module 3: Challenging and Transforming Inequality: Challenging and Transforming Inequality: Monday 17 –

    Friday 21 April 2023 | London, UK

  • Module 4: Southern Perspectives on Equity: Monday 19 June – Friday 23 June 2023 | Location TBD

SUPPORT AND FUNDING

Residential Fellows receive support from a dedicated LSE academic mentor, from the AFSEE Academic Lead through monthly meetings and regular check-ins, and via further opportunities for engagement offered throughout the year.

The Residential track of the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme is a funded fellowship. The fellowship includes full tuition fees, an £19,o00 stipend to cover living costs while in London, any necessary travel expenses to in-person modules, and travel to and from London at the beginning and end of the active fellowship, including reimbursement of visa fees.

Modest financial support is available for Fellows who have family care responsibilities. The programme also has a Resilience Fund to which Fellows can apply in the event of emergencies. Further information is available upon request.

APPLICATION DATES

Applications for the 2022-23 programme are now open. If you would like us to contact you about future application cycles, please register your interest here.

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Non-Residential Track

We offer up to 9 Non-Residential Fellowships annually.

Non-Residential Fellows are offered a unique opportunity to investigate inequalities over a period of 12 months via a set of distinct, comprehensive AFSEE Modules, and practice-based project work.

Non-Residential Fellows remain based in their home and professional environments, and travel to attend the in-person Modules.

Because of the reduced time and location commitment, this fellowship is ideal for applicants who are unable to take a full year off from their work. However, they will be expected to commit time, at least three hours per week in addition to their Module commitments, for reading, coursework and project work.

AFSEE MODULES

Non-Residential Fellows in the 2021-22 programme will participate in four AFSEE Modules*, alongside Residential Fellows.

  • Module 1: Foundations of Social and Economic Inequalities: Tuesday 6 – Friday 16 September 2022 | London, UK

  • Module 2: Policy for Equity: Monday 31 October – Friday 4 November 2022 | Online

  • Module 3: Challenging and Transforming Inequality: Challenging and Transforming Inequality: Monday 17 –

    Friday 21 April 2023 | London, UK

  • Module 4: Southern Perspectives on Equity: Monday 19 June – Friday 23 June 2023 | Location TBD

    * The above are projected dates and are subject to adjustment.

PROJECT WORK

Non-Residential Fellows undertake a project that aims to offer a new insight, challenge or solution to inequalities that are central to Fellows’ future social-change agendas.

Carried out through independent study, the project is a substantial piece of written or practical work that allows Fellows to showcase their own approaches and methods for social change and detail how these can be successfully applied.

Non-Residential Fellows are also expected to undertake readings, coursework and webinars in between Modules.

SUPPORT AND FUNDING

Each Non-Residential Fellow receives support from a dedicated mentor who has been selected for expertise and experience in the Fellow’s area of focus.

The Non-Residential Track of the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity programme is a funded fellowship. The fellowship includes full tuition fees; up to a £10,000 grant to support project work; dedicated mentorship; any necessary travel expenses to in-person modules; accommodation and related costs during Modules; and reimbursement of visa fees.

Modest financial support is available for Fellows who have family care responsibilities. The programme also has a Resilience Fund to which Fellows can apply in the event of emergencies. Further information is available upon request.

APPLICATION DATES

Applications for the 2022-23 programme are now open. If you would like us to contact you about future application cycles, please register your interest here.


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