The Giles Worsley Travel Fellowship in Rome is calling for applications from architects and historians
Launched in memory of the architectural historian Giles Worsley, the British School in Rome, is offering a three month residency to an architect or architectural historian.
On their return the successful applicant will give a public presentation of the research carried out during the residency.
Beginning in October 2014, the position includes a travel grant and a £700 stipend each month.
Applicants are required to submit a 700-word research proposal and a CV. The winning entry will be chosen by a jury made up of representatives from the RIBA and the British School.
Applications must be received by 14 February through the school’s page and should be accompanied by two references.