The Asia House Fellowship Programme
A unique opportunity to join the global conversation
The Asia House Fellowship Programme aims to develop the next generation of business and policy leaders. The Fellowships offer a unique 12-month opportunity for two postgraduate candidates who share Asia House’s vision for a strong and dynamic relationship between Asia, the Middle East and Europe.
The Fellows will each conduct a major research project on the issues driving change across Asia and the Middle East. Their research will be published and distributed by Asia House to its wide network of senior business and policy figures and will inform the Asia House programme of engagement with global leaders.
Applications for the 2023 intake are now closed. Applications are invited for original research which will drive forward the debate shaping global trade. The research will ideally fall under one of the following broad categories:
• Geopolitics and trade
• Technology and data
• Energy and sustainability
Download the Asia House Fellowship Programme brochure
Benefits and Eligibility
The Fellowships offer a 12-month opportunity to focus on a large piece of research that will be distributed among Asia House’s international network of leading figures from government, trade, business, and technology – including our founding stakeholders: HSBC, Standard Chartered and Prudential.
Fellows will receive research support, a mentorship scheme and leadership advice, alongside the opportunity to be part of Asia House’s renowned business and policy programme and build professional contacts across our network. Fellows will also receive a stipend of circa £24,000.
The Fellowship is open to all nationalities, with the roles expected to be remote. To be eligible, candidates must:
• Be fluent in written and spoken English.
• Have a completed Masters and/or PhD by October 2023.
• Be self-driven and enthusiastic, with leadership potential.
• Have a keen interest and knowledge of economic/political/commercial issues affecting Asia and/or the Middle East.
How to apply
To apply, please send the following to: firstname.lastname@example.org
• A personal statement (one page max) about yourself and why you want to be an Asia House Fellow.
• CV (no more than two pages) which must include details of your academic research background and any leadership experience.
• An outline of your proposed research project (maximum two pages).
• Two professional/academic references.
Closing date: APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2023 INTAKE ARE NOW CLOSED
More information can be found in the Asia House Fellowship Programme brochure
If you have any queries about the Fellowship Programme, please contact email@example.com
Meet the 2022 Asia House Fellows
After an extensive recruitment process, Aarthi Raghavan and Ivo Walinga were selected as 2022 Asia House Fellows, and will join the think tank in October 2022.
Aarthi, who most recently studied at The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, will conduct in-depth research into cross-border sharing of health data in Asia, and how it can drive public sector innovation in healthcare. Ivo, who has studied at Peking University and Oxford, and has served as a diplomat, will take a deep dive into the energy transition in East Asia, and the implications of the region’s net zero policy developments for European businesses.
Find out more about Aarthi and Ivo, and their research projects.