Information and application documentation for Churchill Fellowships is available from the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust website.
- Application Interviews for successful applicants from March to April.
- Announcement of Fellows, early July.
- Fellows travel from September - August.
The Churchill Trust is an Australian Trust established in 1965, the year in which Sir Winston Churchill died. The principal object of the Trust is to perpetuate and honour the memory of Sir Winston Churchill by the award of Travelling Fellowships known as Churchill Fellowships.
The Trust awards approximately 100 Fellowships each year, valued in excess of $20,000 each. The purpose of the Fellowships is to study or investigate a project overseas of a kind that is not fully available in Australia.
Fellowship topics and applications allow applicants to devise the research agenda themselves. There are also a number of sponsored Fellowships that may be of interest to teachers.
Downloadable application forms and online application available from the WCMT National office
T: 1800 777 231 (freecall) or 02 6247 8333
F: 02 6249 8944