AfOx Law Fellowship

The AfOx-Law fellowships target academics holding a full-time position at an African academic institution working on a topic within the broad range of research undertaken at the Faculty. This programme is intended for visiting scholars with a clearly defined research agenda, who wish to spend time in Oxford to make use of the Faculty’s research facilities. The fellowship will be taken up in Michaelmas Term (October to early December 2020)


Applicants must:

  • Hold a PhD degree or research equivalent
  • Be a legal resident of an African country
  • Be working at an African academic of research institution

Successful applicants will be matched with the suitable academic hosts at the Faculty. The Faculty of Law in the University of Oxford is one of the largest in the United Kingdom. Read more here.

AfOx-Law Fellow

Find out what the 2019 AfOx-Law Fellow has to say about the AfOx-Law Fellowship. 

Applications are currently closed