Fellowships & internships

The Museum is keen to encourage proposals from both maritime historians and scholars from other disciplines who are interested in exploring the cultural, social and political aspects of maritime history.

Non-EU Nationals: The Museum has a responsibility to check that all of its employees are entitled to live and work in the UK. The Museum’s ability to offer Fellowships to non-EU nationals is governed by complex visa regulations. We strongly suggest that you seek informal advice from us before applying. Please see the section for non-EU nationals in our  how to apply page.

New fellowships are advertised in September/October each year – the deadline for this year is Monday 28 October 2013. The Museum reserves the right to consider applications across the full range of fellowships it feels appropriate.

History of science internships are advertised each spring. The next round will be in spring 2013 – details to follow. 

View some of our recent research outputs and intern projects.

The NMM offers a fellowship in research of significance and originality in any field of the Museum’s subjects and collections.
The Caird Senior Research Fellowship is offered annually to support high-quality research on the Museum’s collections or in any field of...
Find out about the subjects and themes of some of the recently-awarded fellowships.
A three-month fellowship for research into the history of astronomy and navigational sciences at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
The Caird Short-Term Fellowships support research into the NMM’s collections or related areas of interest.
The collections of Royal Museums Greenwich in the fields of time, navigation, astronomy, cartography and nautical technology are world...