How to Apply:
Scholars-in-Residence are required to submit a CV, a letter of intent, two letters of recommendation, as well as a letter from the Chair, Dean, or Provost of the scholar’s home department, confirming that the scholar will be able to teach the course designed at the ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute, within one academic year, and on at least two subsequent occasions.
Wiesel-King Jr. Scholars are required to submit a CV, two reference letters and a concise project proposal. Jr. Scholars will work to design projects to combat antisemitism to be implemented in their home university, following the program.
The application deadline is 1 May 2023. Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis, please note that early applicants are encouraged as space is limited. Accepted candidates will be liable to pay tuition fees of $1000 USD. Tuition will cover the cost for the programme, and includes accommodation and board. Limited scholarships are available for exceptional candidates.
Applications should be submitted via email to [email protected] under the subject heading “Oxford 2023 Applicant”