Winston Churchill Memorial Trust – Travelling Fellowships
The Trust provides a living tribute to Sir Winston Churchill. It was established following his death in 1965 and funds Travelling Fellowships that enable British citizens to acquire knowledge and experience abroad.
Travel Fellowships are to enable men and women from all walks of life to acquire knowledge and experience abroad. In the process, they gain a better understanding of the lives and different cultures of people overseas and, on their return, their effectiveness at work and their contribution to the community is enhanced greatly.
Each year approximately 100 British citizens are awarded Fellowships for a wide range of projects. Past award winners include nurses, artists, scientists, engineers, farmers, conservationists, carers, craft workers, artisans, members of the emergency services, sportsmen and women and young people. Since 1966, some 4,450 Fellowships have been awarded.
Application deadline: 4th October
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