Nationals from outside the United Kingdom are subject to immigration control. Applicants from outside the United Kingdom who do not have an automatic right to work in the United Kingdom should note that, although they would still be elected to a Fellowship in October 2024, employment and the payment of stipend cannot commence until appropriate leave to enter or remain has been granted under the Home Office’s immigration rules.
Please note that any information provided here is subject to change. Candidates should in all cases consult the Home Office website for official and up-to-date guidance. The College is unable to answer questions on immigration rules from applicants and will liaise with successful candidates on the requirements for their individual situation when elected.
Candidates studying for a PhD degree at a UK University
Those appointed to Junior Research Fellowships who are studying for a PhD degree at a UK university at the time of election will remain on their current student visa until their degree has been approved. It is the Fellow’s responsibility to ensure that their leave to remain as a student is extended as required although the College will cover the fee in connection with an application for extension.