Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship in Creative Writing, UK

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Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship in Creative Writing, UK

Scholarship for Indian students

The University of Chichester is delighted to have been selected by the Charles Wallace India Trust to offer a Writer’s Fellowship.

The University has joined an elite group of institutions who cooperate with the Charles Wallace India Trust, to welcome an Indian writer to the UK and provide them with an opportunity to spend time at a British university, devoting themselves to their own writing and contributing to the life of the host institute.

The successful applicant will be based in the English and Creative Writing Department at the University of Chichester.

The institution has a thriving literary community, with an annual programme of talks by leading writers, editors and agents.

Many of its students have gone on to publish their work with leading UK publishers.

Its academic staff are highly qualified and experienced individuals, many of whom are practising and published poets, novelists and dramatists.

Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship Eligibility :

The Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship is awarded by the University of Chichester and the Charles Wallace India Trust to an individual who :

  • Is an Indian citizen, domiciled and resident;
  • Has completed university-level education in the field of literature and / or has between five and seven years of professional experience;
  • Has a clear proposal stating what they plan to do at the University of Chichester and how they hope to use the experience on their return to India;
  • Has not been given a Charles Wallace India Trust grant within the previous five years.

Value of the Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarship :

The Charles Wallace India Trust currently pays £1227 a month to the writer to cover all accommodation, living and local travel costs. The Fellowship is for two months. International return fares are also covered.

Application deadline : 30, September 2010.