The department is a lively community that is recognised internationally as one of the top centres for research and teaching in development studies.
**The safety of our staff, students, and visitors is of paramount importance to the department. Therefore, due to safety measures required to safeguard members of the department against the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic, ODID has suspended its Visiting Fellow and Student Visitor programme for this term, Michaelmas 2020, as well as the following term, Hilary 2021. A decision regarding affiliations to start in Trinity 2021 will be taken during the latter part of Hilary Term.**
We welcome applications from scholars from abroad or from elsewhere in the UK who wish to pursue research at Oxford in the area of development studies.Research proposals should fall broadly within one of the research areas covered by the department; see our Research pages for more information.
Visiting Fellows and Scholars work on their own research projects, but are expected to attend and participate in the wide variety of lectures and seminars available in the University. There are also flourishing Visiting Fellowship programmes at the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative, the Refugee Studies Centre and the Technology and Management Centre for Development.
Visiting Fellows and Scholars are externally funded or self-funded. We encourage applicants to seek funding from agencies and institutions in their own countries, as well as from the British Council, the Ford Foundation, DFID and other grant-making bodies.
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