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Chevening Clore Leadership Fellowship 2024–2025 (UK)

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The Chevening Clore Leadership Fellowship is a partnership between the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and Clore Leadership, offering mid-career professionals in the arts and culture sector an opportunity to undertake an individually tailored leadership programme in the UK.

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office funds up to five international fellows to become part of a cohort of approximately 20 fellows, from across the UK and internationally, on the Clore Leadership Fellowship Programme.

The fellowship will run from September 2024 to May 2025 with a loose framework designed to boost the development of exceptional cultural leaders at a pivotal point in their career. It is adaptive and self-guided.

The Fellowship starts in September 2024, with fellows travelling from their home country to the UK to undertake the first fellowship residential in September 2024 and then will return to their home country in early October 2024. Fellows will then return to the UK in January 2025 to undertake the majority of the fellows’ individual training and development programmes. This will include workshops, individual secondments, mentoring, attendance at courses and conferences, and the second Fellowship residential course in May 2025, which completes the programme.

Applications are invited from individuals from the following countries:

  • Brazil
  • China
  • Egypt
  • India
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Mexico
  • South Africa

A Chevening Clore Leadership Fellowship includes a set training budget to cover:

  • Up to two return economy flights from the home country to the UK to undertake fellowship activities
  • Accommodation while in the UK
  • Living expenses while in the UK
  • A period of secondment for approximately 4–6 weeks at a cultural institution in the UK
  • Individually tailored fellowship learning plan which may include participation in courses conferences and other processional development activities in the UK
  • Course and conference fees within the UK
  • Training and development costs within the UK
  • Travel in the UK

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