The Academy Robert Bosch Fellowship at Chatham House offers excellent upcoming scholars the opportunity to research relevant issues in International Affairs during a ten-month research stay in London. Currently the Robert Bosch Stiftung supports two fellowship programs within the Queens Elisabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs.
The Academy Robert Bosch Fellowship Russia and Eurasia invites Fellows from countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia. The Fellowship is intended to provide an opportunity for the next generation of scholars from the region to develop their skills and understanding of critical issues which the countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia are facing. It aims at building a global network with policy and academic communities in the United Kingdom, Germany, and the EU more broadly. In this way it supports them to contribute to positive change in their home countries and the wider region.
The Academy Robert Bosch Fellowship Central Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa offers scholars from Central Europe a research stay in Africa and reversely scholars from Africa a stay in Central Europe, as well as opportunity to do field research in other Central European and African countries. The research projects support the transfer of transformation experiences between Central and Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa in the light of rapidly growing interests in economic and diplomatic cooperation. To counteract the current lack of mutual knowledge and contacts, the Fellows' work supports the building of a network of experts, think tanks and decision-makers from Europe and Africa.