Gain global insights to inspire new possibilities for Australia travelling on a Churchill Fellowship
Connect, collaborate and learn from global experts and like-minded peers to achieve the best outcomes for your project in Australia.
The Churchill Trust in partnership with your local Churchill Fellows' Association are on the road throughout February and March to deliver a National Roadshow of Information Sessions about the Churchill Fellowship opportunity.
Listen to some of our extraordinary Churchill Fellows share their Fellowship experiences, impart insights on their fascinating projects and motivate you with what they have achieved since returning to Australia.
Discuss your project ideas and gain helpful advice on how to apply!
It is free to attend these sessions but bookings are essential.
When & Where
The Churchill Trust was established in 1965 following the death of Sir Winston Churchill. The Trust was formed with the principal objective of perpetuating and honouring Sir Winston Churchill’s memory by the awarding of Memorial Fellowships to be known as ‘Churchill Fellowships’.
The high international regard for Churchill Fellowships provides a pathway for Fellows to access expertise from around the world to expand their knowledge and experience. There is a high level of visibility and credibility associated with being a Churchill Fellow.
A Churchill Fellowship is a remarkable opportunity to research a topic or an issue that you are passionate about. It is for anyone who feels they have exhausted opportunities within Australia and would like to see what overseas has to offer.
No prescribed qualifications are required in order to apply for a Churchill Fellowship. The subject of the proposed project is limitless provided a benefit to Australia is evident and a willingness to share the research findings with the Australian community is displayed.