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Christian Fuchs <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 9 Nov 2018 11:44:51 +0000
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The Communication and Media Resarch Institute (CAMRI, 
http://www.camri.ac.uk) and the University of Westminster are keen to 
consider eligible applications from outstanding international 
researchers not currently working in the United Kingdom, to bring their 
research experience to the UK and to advance our research goals through 
a Professorship with the University.

The University of Westminster has a proud tradition of global 
collaboration. We are ranked in the top 30 in the world for 
‘International Outlook’ (Times Higher Education Young University 
Ranking, 2017 and 2018), and are committed to engaging with world-class, 
internationally recognised scholars.

The British Academy Global Professorships are four-year appointments 
expected to involve a specific research focus and represent a complete 

To apply, eligible applicants for this scheme must first submit an 
Expression of Interest to the University, available below, describing 
their research proposal and why they have selected the University of 
Westminster as their host institution. Successful candidates will be 
supported by Westminster through the British Academy application process.

Applications will be considered on the basis of research excellence: the 
scholarly importance of the project; the feasibility of the proposed 
research programme, especially the proposed methodology and timescale; 
and the match with our own research goals and strategy. Successful 
candidates will need to demonstrate in their CV a clear research 
trajectory and international standing in their field.

All applicants will need to identify a University of Westminster 
supporter prior to submitting their application. You should discuss your 
application with your supporter. We will not be able to consider an 
application submitted without a supporter.

Interested candidates should please first contact CAMRI directors 
Christian Fuchs and Anastasia Kavada - [log in to unmask], 
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Prof. Christian Fuchs
University of Westminster,
Co-Director of the Communication and Media Research Institute
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+44 (0) 20 7911 5000 ext 67380