Visiting Fellowship Opportunity At Cambridge For A Former Langham Scholar

14 June 2010 |

Langham Partnership International is pleased to offer, in partnership with Ridley Hall, Cambridge, a visiting fellowship to be taken up during the coming academic year. The fellowship will be for one term – up to 14 weeks, ideally in the spring or summer of 2011. Applications for the fellowship are invited from former Langham Scholars with a completed Ph.D. who work within Anglican churches or Anglican theological colleges in the Majority World. The fellowship affords opportunity for a scholar to continue his or her professional development through working on a research or writing project, and contributing to and benefitting from the community life of the college.

John Stott undertook his ministerial training at Ridley Hall, an Anglican theological college which operates within the evangelical tradition.   The holder of the fellowship will have full access to the learning resources of Ridley Hall and also the Cambridge University library. The fellowship covers catered accommodation in Cambridge, living expenses, and an amount toward travel costs.

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is 24 August 2010. For further details please contact Dr Ian Shaw, Director of Scholarship Programme, Langham Partnership UKI, at:   To learn more about Ridley Hall, visit